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Recovery From the Great Recession is Complete

Recovery From the Great Recession is Complete

In the lodging industry, the recovery from the Great Recession is complete. In Q2 2014, the construction pipeline posted a double-digit gain year-over-year (YOY) for the third consecutive quarter. At Q2 2014, the pipeline stands at 3,311 projects/421,387 rooms, an ...

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Average Selling Price Per Room on the Rise

Average Selling Price Per Room on the Rise

The competition for properties in certain markets is heating up among buyers, as REITs and private equity groups with similar strategic objectives compete for large, high-end hotels in the central business districts of major cities—key areas that have experienced a ...

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U.S. Construction Pipeline Picking Up Speed

U.S. Construction Pipeline Picking Up Speed

The total construction pipeline continued its upward trend in Q1 2014 and now stands at 3,226 projects/407,235 rooms, up 13 percent and 15 percent, respectively, year-over-year (YOY). For the second consecutive quarter, the pipeline posted a double-digit percentage increase after ...

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U.S. Hotel Pipeline Shows Modest Recovery

U.S. Hotel Pipeline Shows Modest Recovery

First quarter results show that the total U.S. pipeline has begun a modest recovery off the cyclical bottom established just a year ago in the first quarter of 2012. The improvement is a result of increases in both new project ...

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