Hospitality assets, such as hotels and resorts, are complex real estate types with significant land use value depending on their operational performance. Their performance is more susceptible to greater market fluctuations, location issues, management sophistication and high capital investment than other real estate classes such as office or retail.
Transacting hospitality assets require a special market understanding and product expertise. Due Diligence is absolutely key for both the buyer and seller to mitigate the risks and understand the true value of the transaction.
- Due Diligence for acquisition or disposal of single properties or portfolios
- Arrangement of deal structuring, financing or disposal of assets
- Pre- mortgage review
- Work-out and insolvency situations
- Stock exchange listing
- Basis for JV or partnership structuring