Hotel Investment, Analysis, and Valuation
Unlike other real estate assets in which revenue streams are tied to short- and long-term leases, hotels can re-lease on a daily basis. However, national, regional, and local economic factors have a significant impact on a hotel’s ability to re-lease—and on its rates. Applicable to work as a commercial appraiser, lender, broker, portfolio analyst, hotel industry professional, or investor, this course examines the economic factors that generate hotel revenues. Topics include operating expenses, operating ratios, capitalization rates, and values for the four primary hotel categories—budget, mid-priced, upscale, and luxury (and related) franchises. Various research and reference sources are discussed and utilized.
You'll Walk Away with
- The skills to analyze the economics of hotel real estate assets
- The ability to perform hotel valuation analyses