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Choosing the Right Business Model for your Hotel

Like any successful business or company, one of the key foundational aspects of running a hotel is having a good business model. There are a vast number of business models to choose from, but most

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How to Assess your Available Cash

Assessing the actual cash you have available – and the cash you will need – to purchase a hotel or other hospitality property can be a tricky enterprise. One of the most important aspects of

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Understanding Loan to Value Options

Taking out a loan for a hotel or other commercial property operates on much the same principles as taking out any other kind of loan. Any time a lender loans money, they are taking a

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Creating a Hotel Scouting Strategy

Purchasing a hotel can be a long and exhaustive process that begins with finding a location you wish to purchase in the first place. While you may do some work securing financing or attracting partners

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Finding The Best Insurance For Your Hotel

Finding an insurance company that can provide a range of coverage for hotel owners is not extremely difficult, but finding an insurance company that truly understands the unique and incredibly complex needs of the hospitality

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3 Keys to Profitable Revenue Management

Running a hotel optimally and efficiently is something akin to being a savvy trader on Wall Street. Hotels have inventory that changes on a daily basis with rates that are heavily dependent on outside factors