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Real Estate 

The real estate sector has experienced dramatic change in recent years. In many scenarios the challenges remain immense – yet increasingly there are also significant opportunities. Making sure your real estate decisions are based on sound advice and support has never been more important.

KPMG Property

KPMG’s real estate team draws on in-depth knowledge to help clients in transacting investment or development business at both a national and international level. We work with real estate groups, investors (both professional and private), funds, construction and civil engineering companies, builders, “land rich” businesses and an increasing number of international buyers of real estate/debt.

 

As a KPMG client, you can expect to receive a high standard of professional service that is commercially-led; we provide a broad service offering, incorporating audit and accounting, tax advisory, risk advisory, legal advisory and corporate finance, to meet our clients’ needs. We’d be delighted to tell you more about how we can do the same for you – so please do get in touch with our team for more information.

 

How KPMG can help

Our Services to the real estate sector include:

 

  • Audit
  • Tax
  • Advisory
    • Transaction services
    • Corporate finance
    • Forensic
    • Business performance services
    • IT advisory services
    • Business plan formulation and review

Request for proposal – RFP

Do you have a business issue that KPMG can help with? Submit a request for proposal today and a relevant person will contact you shortly.

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