If the ferocity of this year's winter is any reminder, there's a reason millions of American and Canadian "snowbirds" head south each year for the winter months.
In my 15-plus year of specializing in golf and resort-style real estate, I've had the pleasure of visiting many of the finest private clubs and resort communities in the world.
Mid-Sized cities often have many of the advantages of larger cities, but less of the disadvantages (rush-hour traffic, etc.).
Our last travel column was on my Top 10 ski resorts in America. But America's hardly the only place where the weather is cold, the skiing is cool, the nightlife is hot, and the winter-wonderland scenery is breathtaking.
There is a reason for this week's extremely busy airports, passenger trains and roadways in the U.S. - record-setting holiday travel.
It won't happen overnight. But the shot heard 'round the world - President Obama's "opening" with Cuba - will have momentous effects on the resort-development.
Hong Kong-based developer Swire Properties announced the topping off of its east block tower, the first of six buildings under construction at Brickell City Centre.
After decades of promoting Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Florida's beaches and cruise ships, Florida is trying a new tourism angle - medical tourism.
The Baird-STR Hotel Stock Index increased 2.9 percent to 3,839 in November and is up 20.8 percent year to date. The index ended 2013 at 3,177.
Every state in the U.S. has just experienced - or is still experiencing - temperatures below freezing. There's one place in the world, though, where the skies are blue
The U.S. hotel industry is expected to end 2014 with a 4.5-percent increase in demand, the largest increase since 2011.
There are "artsy" small towns. "Outdoorsy" ones. "Swank" ones. "Cool" ones. But this list is different. It's about "real," "authentic" American small towns.
Auction.com closed 49 commercial assets for a combined value of more than $121 million in September 2014.