The Canadian lodging industry has reached peak performance levels - RevPAR and profitability are at all-time highs. However, growth has slowed since the summer, and operating performance appears to be shifting into a lower gear.
Growth in the Canadian lodging sector is slowing, but the country remains a sound market for investment. The fundamentals of the industry are healthy, and demand growth is expected to keep pace with supply increases next year, resulting in moderate RevPAR growth on a national basis. Owners have a variety of debt options at competitive rates, which is fueling an increase in construction and transaction volume. Growth is anticipated for the lodging sector, albeit at a more modest pace than in recent years.
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