A GUIDE TO INVESTING IN AN INTERNATIONAL HOTEL BUSINESS
According to a survey by Tranio.com, the second most popular foreign commercial property type in 2015, after flats, was hotels. However, the hotel business is complex. In addition to finding a suitable property, the most complicated issue an investor usually faces is managing this property. Investing in Hotel business Guide tells how the hotel property management is executed and the profit is divided between the owner and the operator, as well as sheds some light into unexplored perspective - foreign exchange costs associated with repatriating profits and making / receiving overseas payments. In short, the owner can either manage the hotel independently or hire a management company.
As an overseas investor, regardless of the method of hotel management you will decide to opt for, it will involve dealing with foreign exchange exposure. This guide will touch upon this matter in detail and explain why you are worse off using your bank in hotel investment and management transactions.
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