Why cash on cash return for hotels are so high?
Hi, Fellow investors
I am relatively new to commercial REs and currently looking at motel/hotels. One thing I noticed is that compared to multi families or residential SFHs, the cash on cash return for motels/hotels are relatively high (can easily reach >10% in many deals). The only reason that I could think of is that it is more active than other types of commercial REs, but are there something else that I am missing?
Also, when doing due diligence on purchasing a motel/hotel, what are key points (or additional points that are not common in the due diligence for MF and SFH) that the buyer needs to pay attention to?
Any inputs will be greatly appreciated!