Eric Stoessel

Eric
Stoessel
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Investment Activity in Hotels is Set to Surge
Through the first five months of the year, the pace of hotel transactions has been steady and strong, but not spectacular. That could soon change.
Hotel Transactions Set to Surge
Through the first five months of the year, the pace of hotel transactions has been steady and strong, but may be poised to rise.
Great Opportunity Exists for Non-Institutional Buyers in Hotel Sector
While REITs and many private equity buyers remain quiet, opportunities exist for other investors to take advantage of a lodging market ripe with promise.
Throwing Caution to the Wind, Lodging Industry Gets Back to Business
Unbridled may not be the exactly right word to replace cautious, but there’s no doubt the mood at Hunter Hotel Conference has been far more positive and real than at any event during the past three years.
Understanding Hotel Market First Step to Turnaround
Tom Engel says a large focus of the business now is with investors who need help increasing cash flow and their distressed asset’s value
ALIS Gets Back to Business
The lodging sector's recovery is well underway and despite some lingering concerns, the vibe was positive at ALIS.
ALIS Returns to LA with Big Names, Numbers
The annual ALIS conference is off to a positive start.
Capital Markets Key to Hotel Real Estate Rebound
Savvy hotel investors will target buying notes and distressed assets, further fueling the recovery of the transaction market and helping unwind the massive amount of distress left in the system.
Lodging ‘Fertile Ground’ for Investment
Bruce Blum and Allen Gross target acquisition and repositioning opportunities with creation of GB Lodging.
Hotel Foreclosures an Oncoming ‘Train Wreck’
Steve Van sees trouble ahead with foreclosures in the hotel sector.
Q&A: Why Chatham Lodging Trust Regained Innkeepers Portfolio Out of Bankruptcy
While most hotel REITs chase full-service and luxury hotels in major markets, Chatham Lodging Trust continues to focus on what it knows best: extended-stay and select-service hotels.
Q&A With Ann Hambly: Restructuring CMBS Loans Is An Uphill Battle
Ann Hambly compares the challenge of modifying a CMBS loan to climbing a mountain.
Hotel Deals Happening, Even in Cleveland
Just yesterday, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported Sage Hospitality and Optima Ventures had agreed to buy the aging 472-room Crowne Plaza in Cleveland.
Hotel Distress Buys: ‘There’s Something for Everyone Right Now’
The Ashford Hospitality Trust joint-venture acquisition of Highland Hospitality’s 28-hotel portfolio earlier this month reveals how far the hotel transaction market has come.
Digital Signage Expo A Draw for Hoteliers
The Digital Signage Expo last week drew a record number of exhibitors, registrations and offered the most educational opportunities in its eight-year history.
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