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PKF's Hotel Horizons Market Update
ATLANTA, Ga., January 12, 2012 - Mark Woodworth, President of PKF Hospitality Research, and Jack Corgel Ph.D., Senior Advisor to PKF Hospitality Research and Robert C. Baker Professor of Real Estate at Cornell University, discuss five reasons for optimism in 2012.
R. Mark Woodworth is president of Colliers PKF Hospitality Research and is based in Atlanta (www.pkfc.com).
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PKF's Mark Woodworth Discusses the Current State of the U.S. Lodging
Industry in Hotel Horizons Update / July 2011
PKF's Mark Woodworth and Jack Corgel Discuss the Current State of the
U.S. Lodging Industry in Hotel Horizons Update / March 2011
Insights: a Video Overview of Investment Conditions for the U.S.
Lodging Industry and What's Ahead for 2011 / January 2011
Potential Effect of the Proposed Payroll Tax Reduction on the U.S.
Lodging Industry; 1.5 Million More Jobs Would Result in Greater Lodging
Demand, Profits / Mark Woodworth / December 2010
Research's December Hotel Horizons® Shows U.S. Lodging Demand
Growth at 7.8% for 2010, Combined with Rise in Occupancy Rates, RevPAR
Gain Forecasted at 5.6% Increase for Year / December 2010
Research Releases Hotel Horizons® Forecast Accuracy Assessment;
Lessons Can Be Applied To 2011 Budgeting Process / June 2010
Hospitality Research Updates Forecast to Show U.S. RevPAR Growth of
1.7% in 2010 While Profits Will Contract 1.4% / May 2010
Down: New PKF Hospitality Research Survey Results Show Hotel Profits
Declined a Record 35.4 Percent in 2009; Greatest Annual Decline Since
Tracking Began in the 1930's / May 2010
Hotels Should Enjoy Double-digit Revenue Growth by 2012 According to
PKF Hospitality Research / March 2010
|2010 Will Continue to be a Tough Year for U.S. Hotel Owners and Operators; 2010 U.S Lodging ADR Now Forecasted by PKF at Minus 1.5% from 2009 ADR / December 2009|