Type of Submission
The purpose of this paper is to examine the economic circumstances that motivated principals in the hotel appraisal process to influence appraised hotel values. The economic circumstances are the background in which appraisals are completed and may be germane to the issue of appraisal accuracy. This paper outlines the relationships in the process and examines the specific circumstances that may have motivated the parties to influence appraised values to be different than market values. Moreover, it provides a basis for further research and empirical tests of these relationships.
Dalbor, Michael and Andrew, William
"The Relationship Between Economic Circumstances and Appraised Values in the Hotel Appraisal Process, 1981-1998,"
Journal of Hospitality Financial Management:
1, Article 2.
Available at: http://scholarworks.umass.edu/jhfm/vol7/iss1/2