Following its third interest-rate hike last week, the Fed is unlikely to slow down gains. What does that mean for commercial real estate?

Investors remain interested in the U.S. hotel sector. Here are five things to keep top of mind.

There has been movement by the newly Republican-majority NLRB to loosen recent standards, offering a positive outlook for businesses grappling with the issue.

Hotel workers cited concerns about rising healthcare costs, reduced staff numbers and overworking as reasons for a strike.

Interest rates haven't been rising as fast as many expected, but there are hikes on the horizon.

As Brexit looms, pressure from business rates may be the tipping point for some independent UK properties.

The city council of Barcelona capped the number of licensed properties that are listed on sharing platforms.

The hotel and lodging industry has long been a target of Americans with Disabilities Act litigation, and "surf-by" lawsuits targeting hotel websites…