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COVID-19’s Impact on the Hampton Roads Lodging Market

The Hampton Roads area has historically benefited from strong leisure and tourism demand, government activity at the area’s military facilities, and corporate travel. Since early March 2020, however, the Hampton Roads lodging market has suffered a decline in demand, like most metropolitan areas in the United States, because of the COVID-19 pandemic. How much of an impact has the market experienced, and how quickly can this historically stable market recover?

Hotel Values Moderate, Cap Rates Stable

Supported by lower interest rates, transaction activity held up during a year of uncertainty. This article addresses recent trends in hotel sales and capitalization rates, the course of hotel values since the last downturn, and the outlook for 2020.

HVS Market Pulse: Oklahoma City Rising

Downtown Oklahoma City offers great lodging variety that allows a traveler to pick from the unique to the mainstream.

In Focus: Hampton Roads, VA

Though on the verge of an influx of new hotel supply, demand in Hampton Roads has risen in recent years, improving occupancy and allowing hoteliers to command better rates.

Market Pulse: Annapolis, Maryland

Average rates are up and supply growth is flat in Annapolis, which bodes well for the city’s overall hotel performance picture. Have local hoteliers been able to reach a better balance between leisure, commercial, government, and group demand?

Market Intelligence Report 2013: Oklahoma City

Employment in Oklahoma City stands far ahead of the nation, and activity generated by agriculture, energy concerns, and the military has kept the economy going strong. What has this meant for recent hotel performance, supply, and transactions?

HVS Market Intelligence Report: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Business relocations and expansions are one sign of Oklahoma City’s economic strength since the recent recession; increasing hotel tax revenues, greater demand, and new supply demonstrate the strength of the city’s hotel sector.

Dramatic Decline in Hotel Capitalization Rates Reflects Shift in Market Sentiment

The increase in hotel transactions and low cost of debt and equity have driven down rates of return to pre-recession levels. This article sets forth an overview of recent hotel cap and discount rate trends and provides an outlook for 2011.

Market Intelligence Report: Grapevine, Texas

Demand may be down, but hotels in this suburb of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex are beating the curve with respect to the recession.