During 2021, vaccines and booster shots paved the way for a brief return to some semblance of normalcy, however as we enter 2022 the nearly two-year global health crisis is not over.
Sophisticated hotel market participants routinely consider the sector’s highly fluid strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
In the recent past, many appraisers retained by lodging property owners in connection with tax assessment appeals have erroneously used a “going concern” premise to valuation, resulting in wide differences in hotel property value estimates between opposing appraisers.
The moral of this story (blog) is, do not necessarily believe everything that you hear and/or read.
Episode 345 of Lodging Leaders podcast explores the state of capital investment in the hotel industry.
LWHA's Daniel Lesser presented at the 221 Dallas Hotel Conference.
Savvy investors who deploy capital into U.S. hotels at market pricing, and if need be, are ready, willing, and able to hold for ten years, will invariably achieve superior risk adjusted returns when compared with other asset classes.
Within the commercial real estate world, the term “net absorption rate” is a riveting metric for debt and equity investors as well as property and asset managers. However, in the lodging industry, it is not a term that is widely considered.
US cities across the country will lose millions, and in some cases billions, of dollars in revenue in 2021 as far fewer people travel for business than before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, new data finds.
LWHA's Daniel Lesser presented to Evolution Hospitality on the outlook of the hospitality industry.