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The U.S. interest-rate story might seem like a political saga, but commercial real estate investors are finding invigorated sales activity.
Limited-service hotels don’t seem to be falling out of investors’ favor anytime soon, according to recent research.
Following its third interest-rate hike last week, the Fed is unlikely to slow down gains. What does that mean for commercial real estate?
Lessoil, who was named regional manager, has 30 years of commercial real estate investment sales and management experience.
Investors remain interested in the U.S. hotel sector. Here are five things to keep top of mind.
Interest rates haven't been rising as fast as many expected, but there are hikes on the horizon.
Healthy employment growth and increased consumer spending have been a boon to the industry.
Iowa-based Hawkeye Hotels purchased the 67-room hotel for $9.3 million.
The three properties sold for a total of $40.9 million, and comprise two hotels and a parcel of land for redevelopment.
Seventy-one percent of investors said that tax reform will have a favorable impact on commercial real estate, according to Marcus & Millichap research.