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Short-Term Rentals

A Maturing U.S. Market & Its Impact on Traditional Hotels
January 27, 2020

There no longer is any question that the sharing economy—and the short-term rental market specifically—is here to stay. Once dismissed as a relatively inconsequential niche product and a distant cousin to traditional hotels, Short-Term Rentals (STRs) have become a widely accepted, mainstream form of nightly accommodation.

CBRE’s Short-Term Rentals report analyzes the growth of this maturing sector and its impact on the performance of existing and new hotels.

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For More Information, Please Contact

Jamie Lane
Senior Director, Economics and Forecasting
CBRE Hotels Research
Hotels
+1 404 8125045
Tommy Crozier, MAI, CRE, CCIM
Executive Vice President | National Hotel Practice Leader
Americas
Hotels, Valuation & Advisory
+1 704 3311283
+1 704 2411911
Richard Barkham, Ph.D.
Global Chief Economist & Head of Americas Research
+1 617 912 5215
Spencer Levy
Chairman, Americas Research & Senior Economic Advisor
+1 617 9125236

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