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Investors, including Donald Trump and Toll Brothers ($34.04 0%), are turning to U.S. golf courses as prices continue to decline, according to Bloomberg.
Christine Harvey writes lending has disappeared for the properties, and commercial mortgage-backed securities investors don't want the risks now associated with golf course debt.
The median sales price for golf courses fell to $3 million through the third quarter 2011 from $4.5 million in 2006.
Read more at Bloomberg.
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