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Property market


Year-to-date occupancy growth


​​Year-to-date RevPAR growth​


Year-to-date supply growth


Year-to-date ADR growth

Investment market


Investment sales (2017, billions of $US)


2017 investment sales growth


Average cap rate


12-mo change in cap rate (bps)

  • Demand: Q4 2017 sees acceleration in operating fundamentals pushing investor confidence more positive.
  • Transactions: Transaction volumes decline by 18.0 percent in 2017, resulting from a decrease in purchases by off-shore investors and fewer portfolio transactions.
  • Markets: Elevated new supply dampens growth in major markets, while Houston and Orlandoare each observing double-digit increases in revenue per available room.
  • Sources of capital: Following 2016 where a record 43.0 percent of volume stemmed from off-shore investors, buyer pool wasmore domestically-driven in 2017.
  • Sources of risk: Supply risk remains top of mind; however, the construction cycle appears to be cresting.

U.S. Lodging cap rate map

Hotel cap rates held firm in 2017 but are expected to see some widening in 2018.

Methodology: Cap rates pertain to upper upscale, urban hotel assets and are based on JLL's Hotel Investor Sentiment Survey conducted in December 2017.

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