Exit Surveying Guests at Condo-Hotels

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About Condo Hotel Answers by Richard Evans CHA, CHAE, CRME

Selected Current & Former Accomplishments ◾Currently preparing as event organizer, keynote speaker and lecturer for the first “Annual Condo-Hotel Conference“, Miami, Florida - sponsored by Florida International University (FIU), Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) and the Miami Hotel Association – June 21 & 22, 2013 at FIU North Campus. ◾Authoring “The Definitive Study of Condo-Hotels” for FIU and Other University use. Expected publication date is June, 2013 ◾Current BLOGGER: www. CondoHotelAnswers.com ◾Currently sitting on FIU panel to organize series of Revenue Management Programs. ◾May 17, 2013 - Panel member and assist FIU; Revenue Management: The Hotel in 2020 ◾Currently creating FANTASY REVENUE MANAGEMENT competition for Revenue Managers. ◾Current President of Condo Hotel Professionals LLC ◾Current volunteer to HFTP in making Condo Hotel Financial Statement suggestions toward better clarifying the financial position of the Condo-Hotel. •CHA – Certified Hotel Administrator – American Hotel & Lodging Assoc •CHAE – Certified Hospitality Accountant Executive – Hospitality Financial & Tech Professionals •CRME – Certified Revenue Management Executive – Hospitality Sales & Marketing Assoc Int’l •GMP – Cornell University Executive Training – Ithaca, New York •Produced: 3 Symphonies, Broward County – Symphony of the Americas raised funds for Cystic Fibrosis – Symphony of the Americas •Bachelors Degree: Long Island University – Accounting •Board of Director – Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau •Board of Director – Ocean Drive Executive Committee, South Beach •Board of Director – North Beach Hotels, North Beach •Board of Director – SOBE TMA, SOBE •City of MB Transporation & Parking Committee – Task Force representing all MB hotels •Liaison with former Mayor Neisen Kasdin & all Miami Beach hotels / GMCVB Speaker - Revenue Management (Yield Management, Optimization)
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8 Responses to Exit Surveying Guests at Condo-Hotels

  1. Jean-Luc Kebers says:

    Richard,
    Thank you for the high quality material you share on this blog.
    In one of your recent cast, you mentioned that pooling room is not legal in the US, while possible in some other parts of the world (like here in the Philippines). Would you let us know in a few words the reasons why pooling is not allowed in the US?
    Again thank you for your great added value to our hospitality industry!
    Jean-Luc

    • Dear Jean-Luc, thank you for your question. The best way to provide you with a thorough answer to your question about Pooling Revenues, is to cite an article written by Bart Bartholdt Esquire (c) 2005 Graham & Dunn PC at - http://www.condohotelcenter.com/articles/a69.htm where he discusses the matter in depth. Please note that I have no relationship to the realtor who's website this article was located on. Hope this gives you a helpful insight. RichE

      • By the way, one other comment on this query regarding the “Pooling of Revenues”; the Developer of the Condo-Hotel project CAN register with the SEC and have his/her Realtors do the same (becoming certified to sell securities), enabling them to sell units at the project deemed to be “security” transactions. In this case the property may POOL their REVENUES and share them amoungst unit owners. Keep in mind that this is an expense proposition for the Developer.

        More information on the subject can be obtained from Mark F Grant Esq., Greenspoon Marder 954-527-2404 or mark.grant@gmlaw.com

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  4. Just another word on POOLING of revenues. I am currently in Dubai with a client where it is legal to pool revenues. I’ve created a full plan with zoning of room types and such. I think it works better in some regards (if your careful about how you are zoning your rooms). Also, Pooling is legal in Canada. If you have any questions contact me at RichE@CondoHotel Professionals.com

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