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As one of the nation's largest and most diverse lodging markets, LA benefits from a broad base of demand including trade, tourism, entertainment, professional services.
Miami's stature as a key gateway market, serving as the primary link between the U.S. and Latin America, has fueled strong demand growth and investor interest in the market in recent years.
New York is the most liquid hotel investment market in the world, and 2015 marked the city's highest volume of transactions and highest-priced transaction on a per-room basis.
2016 was a turbulent year for many South American markets but several trends, such as growing visitation figures, recent political and economic reforms, indicate that we may have weathered the storm.
Brazil’s RevPAR declined in 2015 for the first time in more than 10 years primarily due to the country’s economic landscape.
Despite positive operating fundamentals, there is uncertainty related to macroeconomic trends in the industry.
Vietnam is set to generate US$ 30 billion of tourism revenue by the end of the decade. Investors and hotel operators alike are keen to commit to this high growth market.
Hotel investors remain focused on gateway cities such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and Melbourne.
The medium to long term outlook of the Dubai’s hotel investment market is positive. The hotel industry benefits from strong support from the government with the launch of new large scale projects and tourism promotion.
The softening of the pound has attracted more tourists to the city, this was reflected through the positive growth in both RevPAR and international tourists in both November and December 2016.
Madrid is gaining more importance within the international hotel investment landscape because of strong hotel performance and increased confidence from both national and international investors.
Munich represents Germany’s most international hotel market with international travellers accounting for nearly 50% of all overnight stays.
Investor appetite remains strong. Purchasers have factored low yields in their pricing in 2016 due to decreasing RevPAR and NOI with an expected recovery by 2017 – early 2018.
Nairobi is seeing a significant number of new hotels being developed. This could result in an oversupply in the short term, however there is a positive growth projection for the next three years.
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