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McNeill produces market-leading returns through long-term ownership, disciplined capital allocation, an operations-driven acquisition strategy, and a sophisticated approach to asset management. We believe McNeill is capable of outperforming at any point in the economic cycle. Our investment track record affirms this belief. We pursue management-based or capital-driven value-add investments in the hospitality space, with a strategic emphasis on markets with multiple demand drivers, reasonable barriers to entry, strong local economies and quality of life.

McNeill's investment and operating philosophies generate superior value creation strategies and tax-efficient returns compared to other models in our marketplace. We understand and measure investment performance by multiple metrics in order to properly assess the risk/reward profile of investments.

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Maximizing Hotel Performance in the Year Ahead

By Annie Mulvanny, VP of Investments and Asset Management.
With some economic uncertainty in the future and potential for shocks relating to the upcoming presidential election and ongoing wars in Europe and the Middle East, it is not time to abandon expense discipline. Even as revenue per available room is forecast to increase across most markets in 2024, the rise in expenses is making it more difficult to achieve the same profit margins.
There are several ways operators, asset managers, and hotel owners are combating these issues, including in the areas of technology, labor and guest services.
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Strength in Numbers: The Importance of Being a Great Brand Partner

By Travis Murray
Even though the United States boasts numerous exceptional independent hotels, approximately two-thirds of the country's 60,000 hotels are still associated with a brand. Additionally, the number of rooms being constructed for unaffiliated hotels was only around 30,000 at the end of last year, which is significantly lower than the 131,000 rooms being built for branded and franchised properties. There are many compelling reasons for the predominance of branded properties, both in the United States and globally, some of which will be considered in this column. 
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