HVS appoints Ryan Wall to VP of the company's Scottsdale, Ariz., office

HVS announced that Ryan Wall has been promoted to VP of the HVS satellite office in Scottsdale, Ariz., operating under the umbrella of HVS Denver. Ryan is a certified general appraiser.

“Ryan works extensively on consulting and appraisal assignments for hotels across Arizona, including Phoenix, Tucson, and complex resort markets such as Paradise Valley and Scottsdale," said Rod Clough, MAI, senior managing director of consulting and valuation services. "From limited-service hotels to large-scale resorts and mixed-use developments, Ryan delivers reliable market insights and value to any project in the Southwest and across the United States.”

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Ryan earned a BS from the School of Hospitality Business at Michigan State University. He began his career in hospitality working in operational roles at hotels and resorts, and over the past ten years this work has ranged across a variety of projects, platforms, markets and brands. Prior to joining HVS, Ryan worked at waterpark resorts, historic boutique hotels and full-service, branded properties in roles ranging from front-desk operations to housekeeping management to food-and-beverage services. He authored the Phoenix and Tucson market forecasts and write-ups for the HVS Hotel Valuation Index, and he has been involved with important events in the Phoenix valley, such as the Lodging Conference and the Arizona Governor's Conference on Tourism.

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