Golf Membership Market “Deepening Differentiation”

The golf membership market is becoming increasingly differentiated as we head into the fall season. Ultra-high-priced items with accumulated corporate purchase orders continue to be bullish due to missing sales.

According to the Dong-A Membership Exchange on the 16th, the average price of 100 major memberships traded nationwide is 248.21 million won. This is up 0.05% compared to last week. By price range, the ultra-high end rose by 0.11% and the high end by 0.12%. On the other hand, the mid-range fell by 0.12% and the low-range remained unchanged. “Yongin rights, which have a high trading volume, also showed a differentiated market by type,” analyzed the Bourse, adding that “trading volume will gradually recover as the number of inquiries is slowly increasing.”

The average price in the central region was 281.2 million won, up 0.10 percent from the previous week. The 88 declined 1.72% due to fewer listings and a buyer’s market. The East Valley rose 0.51% with only high-priced listings being confirmed. NAMCHON is also bullish on missing listings after recent trading. Xinyuan rose 0.59%, Pristine Valley 1.59%, Hanyang 1.11%, Lakewood 2.56%, and Friendship Hills 1.16%. “We are seeing an uptick in buyer and seller inquiries for the fall season. As the market continues to differentiate by property type, transaction volume is expected to increase.”메이저사이트

The average price in the southern region was $162.82 million. This is down 0.17% from last week. The price of low-end memberships did not change significantly. Dongnae Venest dropped 1.14% due to a decrease in purchase inquiries. Busan is down 1.32%, Seonsan is down 1.87%, and Opel is down 0.82%. As you can see, the Bayside is seeing a fierce battle between sellers and buyers. Jeongsan and Goseongnobel showed a shortage of properties. Lee Yoon-hee said, “The southern membership market is experiencing an increase in buying and selling inquiries for the fall season. The market will continue to differentiate by category.”

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