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Company Description

WhyHotel is a DC-based start-up that operates "turn-key, pop-up hotels" across the U.S. in newly built, vacant apartments during their initial lease-up phase. Blurring the line between hospitality and home, our model provides the value and space of a home-share with the consistency and quality of a hotel. Thanks to WhyHotel, real estate developers now have a new way to leverage vacant units during lease-up and you have a new way to travel.

 

Job Description

This position is responsible for the delivery of all valuation and financial analyses for inbound Pop-Up Hotel opportunities and for supporting Corporate financial planning and analyses.

  • Underwrite Pop-Up hotel deals and present findings. This includes, but is not limited to, researching market information related to each Pop-Up, establishing a comp set, and analyzing operating costs and revenue for each deal
  • As each Pop-Up hotel deal is negotiated, update initial underwriting to reflect current deal terms to ensure the Pop-Up hotel is still viable
  • As opening approaches for each Pop-Up hotel, refresh the underwriting to establish the operating proforma for the Pop-Up hotel
  • Prepare monthly reports and KPI’s for each Pop-Up to share with the Executive team, Board of Directors, and Developers/Owners of the properties we have popped up in
  • As Pop-Up hotels continue to operate, analyze the data to better inform future Pop-Up hotel underwriting
  • Assist with corporate annual budgeting and quarterly reforecasting
  • Prepare monthly corporate reporting and KPI’s
  • Support other departments with ad-hoc analysis as needed

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in economics, finance, accounting, math, or engineering preferred
  • 2+ years of experience and a deep familiarity with Excel financial modeling and valuation
  • Demonstrated ability to research and track down the best possible answer or solution
  • Proof of strong quantitative skills
  • You have a thirst to learn
  • You have an unwavering attention to detail
  • You are a consummate professional

If you don’t meet 100% of the above qualifications we still encourage you to apply!

 

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