With 121 consecutive months of growth through Q2 2019, the U.S. economy is now in record territory for the longest expansion period in history.
We asked Meet the Money 2019 attendees where they see the hospitality industry headed in 2019 and 2020--where are the opportunities? The challenges? What trends are emerging? Hotel executives tell us what their expectations are at our national hotel finance and investment conference.
In the age of hotel brand proliferation, new brands sprout almost weekly. This dizzying array of choices doesn’t the make the decision about which flag to fly on a property any easier for hotel developers.
Hotels and other commercial properties are more than just the physical brick-and-mortar building and entrepreneurs making their first foray into the hotel or commercial property real estate industry may not necessarily know what they are getting themselves into.
GlobalHotelNetwork.com asked its Advisory Network "where do you see the best opportunities for hotel investment or development?"
In a rapidly changing world, particularly with respect to digital technological advances, the lodging sector has often been reactive.
Despite GDP indicative of a slowing economy during Q4 2019, the U.S. economic expansion which commenced in June 2009, is soon approaching the longest post-World War II expansion with uninterrupted growth.
While the longer economic growth endures, intuitively the risk of recession rises.