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The Slowdown Goes On
By Joel Ross - President at Citadel Realty Advisors

As the weeks move on, occupancy continues to be negative as it has for most of the year. Recent numbers show a decline of 1.5%, and revenue per available room continues well below the levels projected

The Coming Bubble Could be Ugly
By Joel Ross - President at Citadel Realty Advisors

While revenue per available room exceeded what I predicted in 2012, it was primarily because some of what lies ahead is slower to arrive than I had thought.

The Tax Man Hotel could be in our future

A potential fire sale by the United States government could be a boon for hotel developers looking for adaptive reuse projects.

Evidence of rising U.S. hotel asset values
By Daniel H. Lesser - President & CEO of LW Hospitality Advisors LLC (LWHA)

The dramatic decline in United States hotel operating metrics and asset values during the Great Recession were much more severe than the downturns that took place during the Gulf War nearly 20 years ago and then immediately following 9/11.

US: Price per room still trails 2006-2007 in some markets |

With the flurry of deals occurring in many of the major markets, there is always a question of performance versus price.

Omni ramps up convention, resort, spa development |

The way company president Mike Deitemeyer sees it, the financial crisis during the past few years might actually benefit Omni Hotels & Resorts in the long run.

Bucks for Bunkers and deal dialogue

Things I heard during breakout sessions, networking events and late-night cocktail conversations held in conjunction with last week’s 22nd annual Hunter Hotel Investment Conference in Atlanta.

HEI Hotels & Resorts looks to deploy war chest |

HEI Hotels & Resorts is sitting on a pile of cash and is waiting to strategically place it as an economic recovery looms.

How ’bout this: IREFAC panel displays optimism

As the usual zingers and barbs flew through the air during Wednesday’s traditional Industry Real Es.

ALIS through the looking glass - what to watch for

As we get ready for another ALIS conference, here are some interesting trends to watch for in the hallways and on the panels: 1.Attendance: The number of people sitting in the opening session is always a good indicator of how the industry feels about itself.