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New Opportunity for Investment in Resort Properties Managed by Luxury Hotel Brands

October 02, 2020
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If you are looking for a beautiful holiday home that not only feels like living in a luxury hotel with a complete range of facilities and services, but also generates benefits from annual rental yield, a great choice is to buy resort properties with rental management program by luxury hotel brands. You won’t have to worry about finding a tenant and, more importantly, you can enjoy privileges and services from the hotel and complimentary stays per year.

Are you also curious about how the revenue is calculated? CBRE has comprehensive illustrations on how the revenue returns are calculated showing the returns on Investment that will help you to make an informed choice.



Revenue Sharing Calculation

Return on Investment (ROI) can be calculated by multiplying a resort property’s Average Daily Room Rate by the number of nights it’s occupied per year, which will give you the Gross Room Revenue (GRR). Next, subtract the Rental Management Fee from the GRR to get the Net Room Revenue (NRR) from renting out the unit per year. NRR is shared between the hotel operator and unit owner based on their proportions in the rental agreement.

From the Net Room Revenue that the unit owner receives, expenses will be deducted such as cost of maintenance of FF&E (furniture, fixture and equipment), common area fee and income taxes.

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