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A New Report from KPMG Golf Advisory Practice

11.39am 3rd April 2015 - Management Topics

KPMG report Golf Resorts in European Mediterranean“We are pleased to present the latest publication from KPMG Golf Advisory Practice which covers the current trends and the future outlook of integrated golf resort development in the European Mediterranean region,” says Andrea Sartori, Partner and Head of KPMG Golf Advisory Services in EMA

“Besides bringing socio-economic benefits to local communities, integrated golf resorts can create significant value for key stakeholders. Developers, investors, operators and residential real estate owners can all benefit.

“The success of this type of real estate development depends on a wide variety of factors including the overall concept, master planning, operating model, the quality of each component of the resort and the services and facilities offered to a targeted demand group. The right combination of these factors can result in the memorable visitor experiences required to generate buyers’ interest and investment return.

“KPMG’s Golf Advisory Practice has been advising on the development of integrated golf resorts in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region for the past 15 years. We have prepared this publication with the goal of providing readers with an overview of recent trends in the integrated golf resort market in the European Mediterranean region and also of the post-crisis situation in this potentially lucrative development segment.

“Since 2009 development activity has slowed down significantly in the European Mediterranean region; however, some indicators suggest better prospects for new developments in emerging golf resort markets.”

The report Golf Resorts in the European Mediterranean Region is available here

KPMG Golf Advisory Practice

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