Advantages Of Investing In Golf Course Property

Posted by Golferholics on February 11th, 2013

Investing in a golf course property is by and large gaining immense popularity on par with buying houses or commercial property in formal living habitations for capital gains. These golf course properties offer the pleasure of living lavishly in the most exquisite and serene atmosphere. Professionals dealing with golf course properties present you the best value deals for investment in golf courses for longer duration appreciation which should give you solid capital gains. Mostly golf course property listings are for immediate occupancy. Demand for golf course properties in Australia, especially residences is on the rise. By and large, the common reason for the increase in demand is the pleasure of living in the companionship of a close-knit neighborhood and possibility of good capital gain on the investment.

A home near a golf course gives you not only the pleasure of living in a sophisticated ambiance, but also gives you round the clock opportunity to play your favorite sport any time you wish. You may need to see it to believe it, but it is not uncommon for on golf course properties to literally have part of the golf course, sort of in their backyard offering a great view of the course. Who would not feel like living in a scenic landscaped surrounding with greenery everywhere you set your eyes and in a park like setting with lots of tranquility and peace? All golf communities offer a variety of home styles that match your needs and affordability. Among others, some of the golf courses featured are discussed here under.

  • Faldo’s new course in Vietnam opened in the year 2012, Vietnam
  • Mission Hills, the world’s largest golf club with 22 courses, Australia
  • Nullarbor Links – the world’s longest golf course, Australia
  • RACV Royal Pines resort golf course, Australia
  • Kauri Cliffs golf course, New Zealand
  • Clifton golf club
  • Cape Kidnappers golf course, New Zealand
  • Loch Lomond golf course, Scotland
  • Wolf Creek golf course, Nevada, USA
  • Auckland golf course, Auckland, New Zealand
  • Phokeethra Country club, Angkor Wat, Cambodia
  • Predator Ridge, Okanagan region, Canada
  • Royal County Down golf course, Northern Ireland
  • Arundel Hills country club golf coast, Australia
  • Dalat Palace golf course, Dalat region, Vietnam
  • RGC, Sotogrande, Spain
  • Saujana Golf & Country Club, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Lakelands golf course, Australia
  • Black Mountain golf club, Thailand
  • Port Royal golf course, Bermuda

All these golf courses have their country specific advantages for golfing enjoyment and all of them are very good destinations for golf and investment. If you want to learn more before making a decision it is very simple - just log in and find out.

About The Author:

Peter Sankowsky is an avid of ‘Golferholic’; Peter combines his passion for golf with Travel

Peter lives and works on the Gold Coast, Australia

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