Enjoy Investing Profitably

When was the last time you visited your portfolio for some fresh-shucked Chesapeake Bay oysters?  In addition to paying cash distributions, we make investing fun.  Why didn’t somebody think of this before?  Do you understand RevPAR, House Profit, ADR, and Comp Set Index?  We help you learn, because the more you know, the smarter you invest.
 
SPRINGWOOD'S EXCLUSIVE PROFITFIRST™ APPROACH TO HOTEL INVESTING INVOLVES FIVE KEY PRINCIPLES:
 
INVESTORS PROFIT FIRST
We do not charge “Partnership Management Fees,” “Organizational Fees,” or “Exit Fees” in our partnerships.  We never employ sponsor-owned vendors to grab cash from our investors.  We only share operating or capital proceeds from our hotels after you have received a substantial priority return.  We don’t “claw back” cash flow when we calculate your final split.  If the project falls short of projection, our split quickly disappears.  If it exceeds projection, the hotel is more profitable for everyone.  We always look for a “win-win.”
 
PREMIUM BRANDS ONLY
Springwood works exclusively with Hilton® and Marriott® franchised brands.  We have seen firsthand how the power of these industry leaders yields significantly higher operating revenues, operating margins, and exit values.
 
OWN THE LAND
Leased ground suppresses exit pricing.  Our hotels own the land on which they are built.
 
GUEST-FRIENDLY LODGING AT INVESTOR-FRIENDLY COST
We deliver hotels with first-quality “feel” using wood-framed structures with Springwood-specific techniques for substantial rigidity and sound attenuation that exceeds brand standards.
 
MANAGE OUR OWN
Hotels are not like other real estate investments.  They are operating businesses that happen to be located on real estate.  Management determines the success of a hotel far more than it does for other real estate investments.  Springwood Hospitality manages hotels with excellence, actively employing cloud-based, real-time data to stay two steps ahead of competition with paper reports that reacts when it’s too late.