31 UNIT MOTEL CABINS - Posted by BILL TAYLOR


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Posted by Doris - Va. on January 26, 1999 at 17:17:24:

Motel “cabins” reminds me of going up to the White Mts. in New Hampshire and seeing dozens of cabin groups. They were like cute dollhouses and I think the owners vied with each other in the designs and colors of their units as well as the beautiful landscaping. I think some of these places are still going strong altho many have given way to regular motels. If you can catch the public’s eye - I would think that many people would love to stay in a little “cabin” just like in the old days.

I would suggest cashing in on the nostalgia angle if you can.

Best Wishes - Doris - Va.


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31 UNIT MOTEL CABINS - Posted by BILL TAYLOR

Posted by BILL TAYLOR on January 26, 1999 at 16:54:03:

I’ve owned a small motel for about 4 years. It has done alright but I think it has much more potential. Anyone have any ideas for this property that I may not have thought of. I have even thought about an assisted living property but not sure of the pro’s and cons.


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Re: 31 UNIT MOTEL CABINS - Posted by Harvey Carroll, JR.

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Re: 31 UNIT MOTEL CABINS - Posted by George

Posted by George on January 27, 1999 at 11:10:26:

I’ve seen smaller (less units) converted to efficiency apts. Perhaps you could charge a weekly rent like a rooming house. Are you in an area where people may choose to live in your motel?