Financial Analysis

What Price Highlighted

I found this article describes the best way to assess the capitalised value of a motel, that is yield or return on investment. I have highlighted points of interest. It helps explain the logic behind the investigative software available in Motel Assist. View article by clicking on the following link. MA_What Price-Highlighted

Special Package

A special package is offered giving you assistance in how to navigate the software offered in assessing a motel business. Being a fixed $190.00 cost assures you that you can obtain this knowledge and then investigate the Industry. The program overview can be downloaded and if you are interested please email me expressing your interest.Continue Reading

Release of Viability of your motel

In 2001 I commenced analysing the motels within the Motel Industry as a Motel Broker. I purchased a motel in 2003 upgrading it to a 4 stars recording every change and all the other changes since that time.. Now Aston Hill Motor Lodge Port Macquarie is available for all to inspect to see how a typical country motelContinue Reading

Great Information on Add Backs

I came across this article in my search for simplifying add backs for a client who was finding the explanation of certain items in the Profit & Loss account not being explained to the full extent. This explanation made it easier in the negotiation process by simply printing it and talking through it with the MotelContinue Reading

Add-Backs to Financial Statements

We apply add-backs or add-ons to all our Profit & Loss financial analysis statements. This is done to create a level playing field so you can compare one motel’s financials with another when similar add-back amounts apply to each statement. For example we apply $3000.00 per annum for the running of a motor vehicle inContinue Reading

Understanding RevPAR [L2]

This is a very important section to understand in evaluating the financial viability of a motel business. When assessing motels there is no way this percentage can be varied because it is the percentage of active rooms sold that you have available annually. Say you have a motel of 16 rooms, multiply this by 365Continue Reading