Hotel Sales 2018 Research and Sales Analysis

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Hotel Sales Analysis 2018

We are pleased to share with you our latest Hotel Sales 2018 Research and Analysis Report.

Key findings of the report include:

  • Despite a slow start to 2018, hotel sales volumes across Australia increased over the second half of the year to a total of $1.8 billion, across 37 transactions (including two portfolio deals)
  • Queensland was the most active hotel investment market, with a total of $491 million worth of sales.
  • Offshore investors continued to dominate the Australian market, accounting for two thirds of hotel transaction volumes in 2018.
  • There was a notable broadening of the capital base with investors sourced from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Middle East, Hong Kong, India and the United Kingdom, while China was a notable omission.

Hotel Property Sales Analysis 2018

Hotel Sales 2018 Research and Sales Analysis

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Gus Moors

Head of Hotels | Australia

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Karen Wales

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