After the recession, golf course homes took a hit. Some of the Valley’s golf courses looked a little rough. Now, with Phoenix, Mesa, and Scottsdale named the number one real estate market by realtor.com, home values are set to rise.
Golf has been a major part of Scottsdale living since the booming economy of the 1960’s. The courses have drawn crowds in from around the world. Soon the annual Waste Management Phoenix Open will kick off and inspire enthusiasts to join us in the Valley of the Sun.
Golf doesn’t rank as a top amenity anymore, but popularity is still rising for baby boomers. The sport pumps almost $4 billion into the state’s economy, as referenced by a study done at the University of Arizona.
In 2014 over 11.6 million rounds of golf were played in Arizona. Homes along golf courses are more immune to the ups and downs of the economy and can be a sound investment or rental property.
For those seeking a tranquil environment, beautiful weather, and plenty of time to tee off, look no further than golf course homes in Scottsdale.
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