He is an Asset Manager, Court Appointed Receiver, Property Manager and Turnaround Consultant with over 35 years of hospitality industry experience. His educational background includes among other activities a Certificate in Hotel Real Estate Investments & Asset Management from Cornell University and Certificates in Receivership Administration, Procedures & the Law from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles.
Since 1985, Mr. Gemberling has worked with over 400 clients involving hospitality industry sector businesses and real estate with typical values in the $1 million to $50 million range and revenues in the $500 thousand to $75 million both nationally and internationally. These assets include full-service, convention, boutique and limited-service hotels, extended-stay, all-suites, condo, fractional and timeshare lodging and resorts, independent and chain restaurants, bars and nightclubs and related leisure, travel and mixed-use properties.
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Areas of Expertise
- Hotels & Resorts
- Lodging Condo, Fractional & Timeshares
- Restaurants, Nightclubs & Bars
- Banquet, Catering, Conference & Convention Centers & Special Event Facilities
- Mixed-use Real Estate
Affiliations & Designations
- Certified Hotel Administrator – American Hotel & Lodging Association
- Certified Food & Beverage Executive – American Hotel & Lodging Association
- Certified Foodservice Mgmt. Professional – National Restaurant Association
- Certified Food Safety Manager – National Registry of Food Safety Professionals
- Board Member and Past President – California Receivers Forum, Bay Area Chapter
- Professional Member – Foodservice Consultants Society International
- Professional Member – National Association of Federal Equity Receivers
- Practitioner Member – Turnaround Management Association
- Listed in A. M. Best’s “Recommended Expert Service Providers” Directory Over 10 Years
- “Collecting Hotel Transient Occupancy Taxes (TOT) using a Limited Purpose Receivership”
The INNsider News – 1st Edition, Winter 2010
- “Understanding the Unique Challenges of Hotel & Restaurant Receiverships”
Receivership News – California Receivers Forum, Spring 2004