The long-term hotel industry is in a bubble, but it could be the most interesting one for investors, because the trend has been moving toward longer stays for decades, and the housing market hasn’t really recovered from the collapse of the dot com bubble.
According to the data compiled by the research firm RealtyTrac, the average stay in the long-lasting hotel industry in the U.S. peaked in 2007, at 3.9 years, and was at a peak of 6.4 years in 2015.
That means that in the next three years, the number of long-time stays in the industry could climb by over 20%.
While that would still be a relatively small number of stays, it would be a significant jump in the number.
In fact, the industry would have to be in the 10-year average for it to jump by nearly 100% to break even.
And while that sounds scary, the data suggests that it is happening in a much more predictable fashion.
According the data, there were 534 long-stay hotels in the United States last year.
That’s an average of roughly 15 hotels per 1,000 people.
That means the industry is expected to have around 10,000 to 15,000 long-duration stays in 2020, and as long as it continues to expand at the pace it has, that number could be as high as 20,000.
In other words, there’s a lot of room for growth for the industry.
As a result, Realtytrac believes that investors who are in the market for long-tenure hotels will be looking to the long term hotel market, not just to get a long- term fix.
And investors should be very cautious, because while the bubble may not be in full swing yet, there is a lot riding on it.
While the bubble could be temporary, it is expected that long-tent hotels will continue to rise in the coming years.
But it’s not clear yet if the bubble will last as long, because long-staying hotels are subject to a host of regulations, including the long lease term.
For investors, it’s important to keep in mind that the long stay industry is still relatively new and doesn’t have a lot to offer investors right now.
But that doesn’t mean that it’s a safe investment, and in fact, it could actually be a bad one.