Dane Bowler
Long/short equity, value, hedge fund analyst, REITs

Rapid Growth And A Cheap Price Make Summit Hotels A Buy

Summit Hotel Properties (NYSE:INN) went public in February of 2011 at a price of $9.75/share. The company has grown its FFO extensively, yet trades below its initial price. Early 2011 was an opportune time to go public as the hotel cycle was just entering its upswing. INN could use its new sou...

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