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Hotel stocks have dropped, and hotel companies are pulling and downgrading their 2020 guidance amid COVID-19 concerns.
From unemployment rates to wages to health epidemics, here are some things U.S. real estate investors should be watching in 2020.
The company seeking Anbang's hotel portfolio wants it all--the 15 hotels already on offer, plus New York's Waldorf Astoria, which is not on the block..
While the Sunshine State has bounced back in the past year, the storm was a sobering reminder of the damage nature can wreak.
U.S. hotel stocks have seen peaks and valleys so far this year. What this means for the industry is anyone's guess.
Some management teams are evaluating their renovation plans in the wake of disasters, with a little help from their insurance.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma could have long-term consequences for hospitality going forward, including where investors spend and construction costs.
Secondary and tertiary markets managed to outperform the top 25 markets in the U.S. at the end of 2017, a trend that is expected to continue in 2017.