The Florida real estate market is so bad, many homeowners are drowning in debt, facing short sales, foreclosure or renting out places they cannot sell.
Tiger Woods does not have this problem.
Proving that even a recession, sordid sex scandal and nine-figure divorce cannot derail him, dude just took out a Florida home loan: For $54.5 million.
Tiger's mansion on Florida's Jupiter Island will be cooler than your place.
In legal documents filed in Martin County just last week, when Tiger finalized his divorce from Elin Nordegren, the 34-year-old lists himself as a "single man."
Tiger's estate will include a tennis court, oxygen therapy room, multiple pools and a state-of-the-art fitness center. And lots of privacy - he's big on that!
Woods also agrees to pay back the gargantuan loan for the mammoth, three-acre property by January 15, 2016, or at the rate of about $10 million a year.
Somewhere, a Florida home loan lender is hoping Tiger, who's winless on the season, gets his frickin' game in gear ASAP. Better work on your putting, dog.