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Building a hotel now cheaper than buying one

Building a hotel now cheaper than buying one

Building a hotel in New York City may be cheaper than purchasing one, Bloomberg News reported, as demand from...

Building a hotel now cheaper than buying one
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Projected U.S. hotel openings decline

Source: Lodging Econometrics The number of U.S. hotel openings projected through 2012 now stands at a downwardly-revised 1,775, according to Lodging Econometrics’ third-quarter trends report, which attributed the sluggish performance to a continued lack...

Projected U.S. hotel openings decline
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Hotel construction starts reach record low

Source: Lodging Econometrics. Click the image for a larger version. Construction starts for U.S. hotels reached a record low of 80 projects with 8,566 rooms in the second quarter while the total number of...

Hotel construction starts reach record low
Hotel construction down to record lows

Hotel construction down to record lows

Hotel construction is at a relative standstill as lenders continue to tighten their belts to ward off further commercial real estate losses, according to a revised 2010 forecast from Lodging Econometrics. The research firm...

Hotel construction down to record lows
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