HOTEL TRENDS: Supply Growth in Check

Mandelbaum, Robert
April 2006
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2006, p164
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the supply and demand trends in the U.S. hotel industry in 2006. It analyzes the factors that have effected the values and the development costs of hotels. It reports on the lack of supply growth in the hotel industry, despite its increasing demand and mentions that the reason behind this trend. It states that the income generated by property and the prevailing capitalization rate, are the factors that influence a buyer of an hotel.


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