David J. Sangree, MAI, CPA, ISHC

Ohio’s Big City Lodging Boom

By: David J. Sangree, MAI, CPA, ISHC and Joseph Pierce, The economic upheaval of the past few years has impacted all industries. Nationwide, the hospitality industry experienced some of the sharpest declines in occupancy and average daily rate in 2009 since records have been kept. Gains in occupancy and rate that were made through the

Outdoor Waterparks: Private vs. Municipal

We project growth in the development of private and municipally owned waterparks. Explore the differences between these very different waterpark types.

Financing Your Indoor Waterpark

Lender disinterest and equity contribution requirements make waterpark development funding difficult.

Indoor Waterpark Resorts Supply and Demand Mid-Year 2009 Update

The recession has taken its toll on the waterpark industry. Indoor waterpark development expected to decline in 2009.

Dealing With the Downturn: 10 Ideas for Hotels and Resorts

Proactive strategies for hoteliers to improve profitability during the economic decline.

Financing Your Indoor Waterpark

Overcome the challenges of waterpark financing with a thorough feasibility analysis and a comprehensive loan documentation package.

Indoor Waterparks: Surfing a Wave in North America

This family oriented resort segment is established as a viable segment of the travel industry. Wide family appeal has bolstered the growth of North American indoor waterparks.

Number of Indoor Waterpark Destination Resorts Grows in 2008

An analysis of existing indoor waterpark destination resorts and preview of those expected to open in 2008.

Analyzing the Impact of a New Hotel on Existing Properties

Methodology for preparing impact studies on existing and proposed hotels.