Why Every Club Needs a Regular Capital Reserve Study
December 11, 2019
Clubs around the country are developing new amenities to meet the needs and expectations of the next generation of members.
An astute and forward-thinking move. But can they afford it?
GGA Partner and Head of Transaction Advisory, Craig Johnston, spells out the importance of capital planning and the need to assess what your current assets cost to maintain (and will cost) before planning to invest in new ones.
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