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Debt availability to reach highest level since 2007
CHICAGO, Jan. 9, 2013 — Jones Lang LaSalle’s Hotels and Hospitality experts expect worldwide hotel deal volume to reach $32 billion in 2013, as increased transparency around the world gives way to a more globalized arena for investors. As the investment landscape continues to transform, a strong bench of buyer groups will remain interested in acquiring assets, according to initial results from Jones Lang LaSalle’s annual Hotel Investment Outlook report, to be released in late January. Cross-border capital, which accounted for 30 percent of global hotel investment in 2012, could also accelerate in 2013.
“Investment strategies moving forward will be more structural and strategic than cyclical, impacting what we’ve always deemed as the ‘typical’ ebb and flow of the transaction market,” concluded David Green-Morgan, Global Capital Markets Research Director for Jones Lang LaSalle. “Flexible investors and operators who can calculate risk and adapt the quickest will be the most successful next year.”
Jones Lang LaSalle’s Hotels & Hospitality Group’s annual Hotel Investment Outlook report will be broadly released in January 2013. To request a copy of the full report, please subscribe here.
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