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Chelsey Leffet

Senior Vice President and head of the Washington, D.C. HVS Consulting & Valuation office

Chelsey LeffetChelsey Leffet is a Senior Vice President and head of the Washington, D.C. HVS Consulting & Valuation office. Chelsey has consulted on hundreds of hotels throughout the Mid-Atlantic, including major Beltway markets. Prior to joining HVS, Chelsey worked in guest services, operations, and restaurant roles in North Carolina and Delaware. Chelsey earned her BS in Hospitality Management and her MBA from East Carolina University. Chelsey resides in Washington, D.C and is a certified general appraiser. She has published articles on the dynamics of the most prominent Mid-Atlantic hotel markets, including Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, as well as other industry topics and newsworthy events. Contact Chelsey at (202) 434-8793, or [email protected]

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COVID-19’s Impact On The Hampton Roads Lodging Market

The Hampton Roads economy has long been supported by the federal government, the military, the aerospace industry, and the transportation and healthcare sectors. Lodging demand is also generated by tourism to the beaches and SMERFE-related transient and group travel.

Market Pulse: Washington, D.C. Lodging Market

The Washington, D.C. lodging market has historically been one of the most stable of the major U.S. markets given its status as the hub of national political affairs and the center of governmental action and policy, while also playing a major role in international affairs.

Economy Extended-Stay Hotels Hold Up Best During Q2 2020

The second quarter of 2020 was the low point for the hospitality industry, as the world was gripped by the pandemic and as travel lockdowns were widespread. HVS compiled the 2020 performance statistics of brands reported by public companies for the second quarter and compared the data to second-quarter performance of 2019.

Federal Per Diem: Fiscal 2020/21 & Historical Trends

Government per-diem rates are set for a number of locations, many applying to multiple regions or localities in each state. A per-diem rate is made up of three components: a lodging allowance, meals allowance, and incidental expense allowance[1]; however, this article and the data presented below focus solely on the lodging allowance.

Per Diem Rates: Current & Historical Trends

Government per diem rates are set for a number of locations, many applying to multiple regions or localities in each state. A per diem rate is made up of three components: a lodging allowance, meals allowance, and incidental expense allowance[1]; however, this article and the data presented below focus solely on the lodging allowance.
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