December Performance Leaves US Hotel Owners in Survival Mode

CoStar January 29, 2021 Only About 25% of Luxury, Upper-Upscale Rooms Sold The U.S. hotel industry closed out 2020 with a slight performance improvement in December, but several class segments continue to lag the rest of the industry as the COVID-19 pandemic continues into another calendar year. Photo: Hotel Data Conference

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Investing in Hotels: Advantages, Disadvantages and Unique Considerations

LoopNet January 22, 2021 An Overview of This High-Risk, High-Reward Asset Class In this two-part series, LoopNet provides an overview of the lodging/hospitality/hotel — terms that will be applied interchangeably throughout this series — sector. This is one of the most idiosyncratic asset types in real estate, as well as (potentially) one of the most…

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Opportunity-Hungry Hotel Investors May Find There Isn’t Any

Skift January 14, 2021 Flexible banks and additional federal coronavirus relief are delaying an expected gold rush of distressed hotels from going on the market. But that isn’t keeping opportunistic investors from swooping in. Hotel investment group Bainbridge DXS and Torrey Pines Hotel Group this week launched a $500 million fund aimed at acquiring as…

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Hotel Operators Gear Up To Manage A Flood Of Bank-Owned Properties

BISNOW January 5, 2021 A wave of hotels is expected to be taken over by banks and other lenders in the coming months, and some hospitality industry players are looking to build up management arms in hopes of operating those properties for their new owners. Highgate Hotels, Chesapeake Hospitality and Hospitality Ventures Management Group are…

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