For the last twenty years builders have been building elaborate communities focused around golf courses. Unfortunately since the recession golf course communities have not always fared well. I saw this interesting article in the Denver Post:
http://www.denverpost.com/business/ci_23865474/solheim-cup-could-boost-colorados-struggling-golf-industry I’ve thought for a while that the number of golf communities is substantially overbuilt in Colorado. There are less people playing golf and yet more courses to choose from. As a result of this disconnect values have been impacted. If you are looking to buy a home in Colorado, based on market trends, one should not pay a premium to be in a golf community in the majority of cases.
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