As Oil Prices Fall, Hotel Occupancy Takes the Hit

    After years of successfully capitalizing on the oil and gas workers that visit the Pittsburgh region by investing in surrounding hotels, Tejas Gosai and his family have recently made the decision to auction off three of their four properties following a dramatic decline in occupancy rates last year. To read more, click here.

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