Adam Hochfelder

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Visual Real Estate Content

December 19, 2017 | Blog, Real Estate | by Adam Hochfelder

Like every other business domain, real estate is getting extremely competitive. To stay at the top of their game, businessmen have to be on the lookout for new trends day and night and be able to adapt quickly to any changes in the business environment. Fortunately, in today’s fiercely competitive online mediums, there’s no shortage […]

Different Stages in Property Development

November 7, 2017 | Blog, Republishing | by Adam Hochfelder

Republished from plaidforwomen.com The idea of buying a house, doing it up and selling it for a huge profit sounds pretty awesome, but sadly it’s not as easy as it appears. As an amateur, it can be very easy to underestimate the cost of the build and the time it will take to complete, Hochfelder says. […]

A Career in Real Estate Development

November 7, 2017 | Blog, Real Estate, Republishing | by Adam Hochfelder

Republished from activerain.com First of all, if you want to become a real estate developer, you’ll need to determine if this career path is a good fit for your skills and interests. Being a successful real estate developer requires a fully developed set of analytical, financial, organizational and marketing skills, which enable real estate developers to […]

Grow and Develop International Hotel Chains with Hochfelder P2

October 13, 2017 | Blog, Real Estate, Republishing | by Adam Hochfelder

A characteristic example is Best Western Hotels & Resorts: until 1991 it was the largest voluntary chain of hotels in the world, and since that year it has been placed on the ranking list of major corporate hotel companies. Change is not only formal, but behind it is fact that the Best Western members have become easily recognizable on […]

Grow and Develop International Hotel Chains with Hochfelder P1

October 13, 2017 | Blog, Real Estate, Republishing | by Adam Hochfelder

In the process, two groups of basic growth and having basic development international hotel operators are used. Adam mentions that the two groups should not differ from the usual for transnational corporations. These two groups are: contractual arrangements, that provide control of business operations and investments in other countries, among which are franchising and management […]

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