Anticipate Good Returns with Hotel Real Estate

O'Neill, John
February 2012
Lodging Hospitality Exclusive Insight;2/27/2012, p3
The article focuses on the anticipated good return on and return of investment with hotel real estate. It explains the concept of return on investment and capitalization and return of investment. An overview of the relationship between hotel performance, cap rates and discount rates is provided. The 2011 increase in cap rates is attributed to real estate investment trusts (REIT) and improving performance of hotels.


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