Seeking An Expert?
We are experts in hotel valuation. Our hotel appraisal services include MAI appraisals, portfolio valuations, appraisal reviews, litigation support, expert testimony, and property tax allocation appraisals.
Are you a developer seeking a partner or advisor with specialized hotel industry knowledge? We offer a range of development services to help you maximize your hotel development opportunities.
Is your board of directors seeking input from experienced hotel industry specialists? We help REITs, Family Offices, Private Equity Funds, and Investment Banks evaluate growth strategies and investment opportunities.
How We Help Our Clients
Our appraisals are certified by designated members of the Appraisal Institute (MAI).
We can determine whether your project is feasible. If it’s not feasible, we can quantify the feasibility gap.
Board of Directors
We help boards evaluate growth strategies and investment opportunities in the hotel sector.
Do you need a second opinion? Our experts can review and comment on hotel appraisals you’ve received.
Do you need help evaluating a site? Hotels have unique site selection criteria.
Our Hotel Acquisition Analysis Packets can help you analyze and prioritize your acquisition opportunities.
Hotel portfolio investors rely on us to determine the value of each property and the aggregate portfolio.
Selecting the right brand is critical for success. Investors must think offensively and defensively.
Our Hotel Investment Analysis Packets can help you analyze and prioritize your investment opportunities.
When valuation disputes arise, sometimes litigation can be necessary. We offer unbiased, expert opinions.
We help you select the right management company and negotiate a contract that reflects your priorities.
Need help reorganizing financials to comply with the Uniform System of Accounts for the Lodging Industry?
Property Tax Allocation
Assessors and hotel owners alike rely on HA&A when they want honest, unbiased value opinions.
Seeking to attract hotel development? We help communities manage their RFPs to maximize outcomes.
Public-private partnerships can be effective, but complicated. Our public policy background can help.