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Hotel Business Value and Working Capital: A Clarification

In the October 1986 issue of The Apprasial Journal, Anthony Reynolds, MAI, wrote an article for the Notes and Comments section entitled "Attributing Hotel Income to Real Estate and to Personalty." His comment eessentially focused on an article that

It's a Good Time to Review Your Taxes

With declining occupancies a problem in many areas of the country, along with increasing mortgage interest rates and inflation, it is a good time to review your property taxes and possibly commence a formal appeal to have them reduced.

Middle East Hotels - Trends and Opportunities 2002

The 2002 edition of HVS International’s report on Trends and Opportunities for Hotels in the Middle East

HVS European Hotel Valuation Index In-Depth Insights 2002

The HVI is a sophisticated hotel valuation benchmark developed by HVS International. It monitors annual percentage changes in the values of, mainly, four-star and five-star hotels in 28 major European markets.

HVS European Hotel Valuation Index In-Depth Insights 2001

HVS International’s London Office has released the latest edition of its annual review of European hotel value trends, the Hotel Valuation Index (HVI). The European HVI has tracked trends in hotel values in 29 key regional markets.

Feasibility Study of Expansion of Headquarters Hotel Capacity

The Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority retained HVS International to analyze the feasibility of developing additional full-service convention hotel capacity in downtown Columbus, in the immediate vicinity of the Greater Columbus Conventi

Measuring Economic Impact

In a presentation at the 2001 Annual Conference of the Government Officer's Association, Tom Hazinski, Managing Director of HVS Convention, Sports & Entertainment Facilities Consulting describes and critically examines the theory and practice of meas

Seven Current Hotel-Valuation Techniques

Hotel Investors and appraisers use a variety of techniques to value hotels.

Cap Rate 101

Whenever people say they're planning to purchase a hotel, one of the forst questions asked of them is: "What capitalization rate are you using?" Cap rate, as it is called in the industry, has many meanings.

GOPPAR, a derivative of RevPAR!

This article shows the pitfalls of RevPAR, and elaborates on the advantages of using a complementary performance measure, GOPPAR.
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