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    by Matt Mullen | May 08, 2019

    Wednesday, May 8th at 9PM EST, CBRE will launch a new login system on the Property Information Portal (pip.cbrehotels.com).

    There will be scheduled website maintenance, Wednesday, May 8th, 2019, from 9pm EST – 10pm EST, while we activate the new login. During this time, Property Information Portal access will be unavailable.

    We’ve prepared short resource guides with clear instructions for logging into the Property Information Portal using the new technology:

    Instructions for signing in with the account provided by your work or organization to use with Office 365: 

    Don't have an Office 365 account? Instructions for signing in with a Microsoft (live.com) account, or how to create a new account: 

    If you have any questions, or need assistance, please contact Client Services at websales@cbre.com or call (855) 223-1200.
  • Q4 2018 Hotel Horizons® Forecasts Update

    by Jamie Lane | Mar 05, 2019
    Hotel Horizons® Q4 2018
    March 2019 - May 2019 edition now available

    We have completed our national and market level forecasting. Our data platform has been updated and new statistics are available on the Property Information Portal (PIP). 

    Features of our National Hotel Outlook Include:   

    • U.S. Hotel ADR growth is forecast to exceed 2.6% in 2019 and again in 2020, with a deceleration to 1.3% in 2021. Using RevPAR as the barometer, the greatest gains will be achieved in the Luxury and Economy segments through 2020. Occupancy levels for the U.S. lodging industry continued to grow through 2018. For the year, the national occupancy was 66.2% according to STR, the fourth consecutive record since 1988. Given the high occupancy levels achieved throughout 2018, it will be a challenge to increase occupancy once again in 2019 and beyond. The combination of increasing supply, tempering economic growth, and consumer uncertainty is projected to result in a slowdown in the pace of demand growth over the next three years. It is important to note; however, that the national occupancy level will remain at least 200 basis points above the STR 62.5% long-run average. 

    Access the data through the platform to use a variety of analytical tools, or to download the PDF reports:

    • Visit: https://pip.cbrehotels.com/property-analytics/hotel-horizons/marketdata 
    • After logging in, select the market in the drop-down menu.
    • Click on "Download/Export" button.

    Email our Client Services team at; websales@cbre.com with login/access issues.

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