Huff, Niehaus & Associates brokers sale of Kentucky, Ohio hotels

The Knights Inn in Frankfort, Ky. Photo credit: Wyndham Worldwide

Huff, Niehaus & Associates, a Kentucky-based member of Hotel Brokers International, successfully brokered the sale of two hotels consisting of a combined 141 rooms. The hotels include a dual-branded hotel in one market, while the other was a small owner/operator property. Assets included in these transactions were located in Kentucky and Ohio. Both hotels were exclusively listed by Brandt Niehaus, president of Huff, Niehaus & Associates. 

The 99-room Days Inn and Knights Inn located in Frankfort, Ky., was sold to Rang, a hotel owner from out of state with an interest in investing in the Kentucky hotel market. The 42-room Carefree Inn in Lebanon, Ohio, was sold to a first-time hotel owner/operator. 

“I’m glad to have been a part of each transaction and to assist my clients with finding qualified buyers for their assets,” Brandt Niehaus said in a statement. 

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Brandt Niehaus is a licensed broker in Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Ohio and Tennessee.

Founded in 1959, Hotel Brokers International specialists have successfully negotiated more than 10,000 hotel real estate transactions.

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