Economists, politicians and business leaders are split on whether the U.S. economy is heading for a recession, is already in one, or will merely experience a slowdown.
Despite macroeconomic uncertainties and capital markets volatility, remarkably the post-pandemic related travel boom shows little signs of tapering off.
Listen in as Vince moderates a panel with Will Woodworth (Peachtree), Joe Deli Santi (MCR), and Evan Weiss (LWHA) discuss current hotel development and deal trends.
Experts reinforce study’s conclusion that hotel guest booking desires are evolving to encompass more control over the hotel experience
The survey includes 133 single asset sale transactions that totaled roughly $5.3 billion and included approximately 21,200 hotel rooms with an average sale price per room of $248,000.
A comprehensive report recently published by LW Hospitality Advisors tells the story: in the first quarter of last year hotel sales transactions above the $10 million mark represented 31 single asset sales transactions and some 17,000 individual hotel rooms.
Glenn is back from the Hunter Hotel Investment Conference so we have Evan Weiss from LWHA Advisors on to talk about getting deals done. A lot has happened over the last two years. What does the future look like for opportunity?
Lodging industry veteran Hans Bruland has joined LWHA's Asset Management Group senior leadership team.
While the influence of rising inflation and interest rates create new challenges for the lodging industry, during the near term, investment in U.S. hotel property is anticipated to remain desirable and at attractive valuations.