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Haysha Deitsch
  • Brooklyn, NY
  • United States
  • Real estate development
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Haysha Deitsch posted a blog post

Haysha’s basic rules for investing in hotels

Hotel investment is basically profitable. This is a statement coming from the long-term real estate expert Haysha Deitsch, leader of Beechwood Acquisitions. According to him, the investors, with professional management, can have a relative stable income and predictable return of investment. Hotel investment is measured according to price per built room, because a hotel room is the basic generator of income.…See More
Oct 18

Profile Information

What is your line of work (profession)?
Real estate development
What is your job title or description?
CEO
Company Name
Beechwood Acquisitions
Your website
http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/beechwood-acquisitions
Jewish Organization(s) (past and present)
Remax-Israel
LinkedIn Address
http://www.linkedin.com/in/haysha-deitsch-38b175135
Twitter Address (begin with https://twitter.com)
http://twitter.com/hayshadeitsch1
Brag about yourself - what makes you great at what you do?
I am a real estate developer from New York. I can provide my expertise in both planning and execution of ground-up and conversion projects. I have over 15 years worth of experience in the field, having worked in NYC and Miami.
What types of business contacts are you looking to make?
Preliminary business contacts

Haysha Deitsch's Blog

Haysha’s basic rules for investing in hotels

Hotel investment is basically profitable. This is a statement coming from the long-term real estate expert Haysha Deitsch, leader of Beechwood Acquisitions. According to him, the investors, with professional management, can have a relative stable income and predictable return of investment. Hotel investment is measured according to price per built room, because a hotel room is the basic generator of income.…

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Posted on October 18, 2017 at 7:59am

Functioning in a Mixed-Use Community - Haysha Deitsch

Today’s consumers in Israel, as well as the United States, choose to spend more on their quality of life, over buying things. In the past few years, the whole concept of shopping has gone through some changes, shifting its focus from owning things to acknowledging new ideas. Online shopping and e-commerce redesigned consumer behaviors, which was eventually implicated in the development of residential and commercial real estate projects. As one of the key drivers of economic growth,…

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Posted on May 31, 2017 at 3:30am

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At 10:09am on May 30, 2017, Michael Cohn said…

Hi Haysha. Welcome to JBN!

 
 
 

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