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JLL U.S. Hotel Market Overview

JLL | June 4, 2019

JLL Hotels & Hospitality just issued its latest U.S. hotel market overview, projecting that 2019 U.S. hotel transaction volume will total $34.0 billion. The hotel sector is experiencing moderated but continued growth and we anticipate 2019's ADR forecast to increase by 2.4 percent and RevPAR to increase 2.3 percent. Depending on investment strategy, there are many strategic investment opportunities across a variety of core and secondary markets. For example, cities such as New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles with increased liquidity are able to weather cyclical changes while secondary markets like Louisville, Atlanta and Pittsbu...

Budgeting for 2019? Follow the Supply and the Economy

CBRE Group, Inc. | August 22, 2018

Atlanta – August 22, 2018 – New hotel rooms coming onto the U.S. market shouldn't be a concern for established hotel operators because demand will continue to exceed moderating new-supply levels through 2019, according to CBRE Hotels' Americas Research's recently released September 2018 Hotel Horizons® forecast report. CBRE Hotels Research forecasts that supply will peak at a 2.0 percent gain in 2018 and then stabilize at the long-run average of 1.9 percent for the next two years. Further, the number of projects entering all phases of the development pipeline is declining. "On a broad national basis, the supply increases...

US Hotel Industry Grows at Half Rate of Overall US Economy

e-forecasting | November 13, 2017

Durham, New Hampshire USA - Business activity for US hoteliers held steady at previous month reading of 118.8 in September according to today's release of the Hotel Industry's Pulse (HIP) indicator. e−forecasting.com's HIP - a predictive analytic which gauges monthly overall business conditions for hotels earlier than any industry indicator - stalled, posting a nil growth rate in September after a flat performance at a rate of 0% in August. The index is set to equal 100 in 2010. September US HIP Hotel Industry Pulse Real Time Index Stalls HIP's six-month growth rate, which has historically confirmed the turning poi...

U.S. Hoteliers on Alert After First Quarter Occupancy Decline

CBRE Group, Inc. | June 6, 2016

U.S. Lodging Market Forecast To Grow, But At Slower Pace Atlanta – June 6, 2016 – The U.S. hotel market suffered a 0.5 percent decline in occupancy during the first quarter of 2016. This is the first year-over-year decline in occupancy since the fourth quarter of 2009 according to STR. Based upon the recently released June 2016 edition of Hotel Horizons®, the annual occupancy rate for U.S. hotels is forecast to decline in both 2016 and 2017, the result of supply increases outpacing growth in demand. U.S. occupancy levels will persist above the 65 percent mark, thus providing pricing leverage for hotel operators. For 2016...

PKF Hospitality Research Extends Record U.S. Occupancy Forecast Through 2017

PKF Hospitality Research, a CBRE Company | December 9, 2015

West Coast Markets Lead the Way December 9, 2015, Atlanta, Ga. – U.S. hotel occupancy will remain at record levels through 2017 according to PKF Hospitality Research | CBRE Hotels (PKF-HR). In the recently released December 2015 edition of Hotel Horizons®, PKF-HR forecasts that the growth in demand for lodging accommodations will exceed the change in supply during each of the next two years. The result will be a national occupancy rate of roughly 66 percent in both 2016 and 2017. "The fundamental characteristics of the economy remain relatively unchanged, as the labor market continues to improve and GDP growth remains steady i...

LW Hospitality Advisors Q3 2015 Select Major U.S. Hotel Sales Survey

LW Hospitality Advisors | December 9, 2015

December 9, 2015 - As the U.S. economy enters its sixth year of expansion, and volatility heightens in the public equity markets, the chase for yield is intensifying and expanding the supply of U.S. focused capital. Despite increased caution and continued institutional market discipline, lodging fundamentals remain strong with few markets facing development driven supply issues and room rates well positioned for continued growth through at least 2016. With strong income appreciation and many investors pricing rising interest rate risk into underwriting, the U.S. lodging investment market remains well positioned to absorb controlled mode...

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