Hotel Property Valuation

Hotel property valuation differs from other types of valuations in several ways. Hotels often have unique characteristics that make them different from other types of real estate. For example, hotels may have amenities such as restaurants, conference rooms, and recreational facilities that can add value. These unique characteristics need to be carefully considered when valuing a hotel.

Our Secured lending valuations reports are conducted following the RICS Valuation Professional Standards that include the International Valuation Standards, also known as the Red Book Global Edition.

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    Experienced and Qualified RICS Valuers

    Our team of experienced valuation professionals can help you understand the true value of your hotel property. We specialize in hotel valuations and have a deep understanding of the unique characteristics of the hospitality industry. We take into account a range of factors when valuing a hotel, including the income stream, operating expenses, quality of management, and market factors. Our comprehensive hotel valuations provide you with the insights you need to make informed decisions about your hotel property.

    we provide high-quality valuation and advisory services to clients operating in the hospitality sector for various purposes, including loan security, acquisitions, and accounting.

    Expert Valuation Services for a Range of Hospitality Real Estate Classes

    Our expertise extends to a variety of hospitality real estate categories, including luxury hotels, resort hotels, serviced apartments, and business hotels. We offer valuation services for each of these distinct property types to provide our clients with a comprehensive understanding of their asset’s value.

    Specialized Valuation Services for Hospitality Properties

    Properties in the hospitality industry are considered specialized and fall under a unique category of property. When sold, these properties typically include land, buildings, fixtures, furniture, and goodwill. They are also commonly referred to as “Trade-related properties” because they are valued based on their potential for future business operations