Real Estate Investors are Mispricing Risk: Yet One More Reason Why This is a Good Time to Buy Real Estate
Real estate markets are mispricing risk, systematically undervaluing real estate. Investors who buy now will profit when this mispricing unwinds. Historical data and examples are presented to support this statement.
Hotel stakeholders have to know the right place, time, and hotel category to maximize investments. In the present economic climate, mid-scale, limited-service hotels may be a good bet.
The Emerald City, in recent years thought to be recession-proof, has lost a bit of luster in the national economic downturn.
St. Louis’ job losses in manufacturing have been mitigated by stable financial, government, education, and healthcare sectors. How has the recession impacted area hotels, and what will it mean for the future of this market?
An overview of the Kuwait hotel market
An overview of the Bahrain hotel market
The dynamics of San Miguel de Allende’s lodging and tourism market illustrate opportunities for growth for lesser-known towns rich in history, architecture, and culture.
Real estate developments, biotech firms, billion-dollar investments, and big conventions are cropping up in Downtown Phoenix, helping to secure demand for area hotels.
The popularity of Guadalajara has surged in recent years, attracting new businesses, residents, and developments that are positioning the city as a world-class business and travel destination.
Hotel supply and customer demand are coming to an accord in key Boston districts, signaling a steady pace for the area’s lodging market in 2008.