According to HVS' latest annual European Hotel Transaction Report, hotel transactions for 2022 totaled €13.3bn ($14.4bn USD), an 18% fall on the previous year as the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, rising energy and food costs and high interest rates hit investor confidence.
According to the annual European Hotel Valuation Index (HVI) published this week by global hotel consultancy HVS, hotel values across Europe rose around 3% in 2022 with Paris, London, Zurich, Amsterdam and Rome remaining those with the highest valued hotels.
According to a new report from global hotel consultancy HVS, the number of hotel owners using third-party operators to run their properties looks set to increase across Europe, reflecting the desire for flexibility as well as a number of other benefits.
The pandemic-induced housing boom continues with prices rising by 9.2% on average across 55 countries and territories in the year to June 2021.
According to new research from international property consultancy Knight Frank, unlike Tuscany's mainstream residential housing market, the prime luxury segment is on a firmer footing.