Just about every city in America is building new skyscrapers in their downtown and urban areas. But much is foreign drug money responsible for the success of those towering neighborhoods in the sky?
Looks like people isn’t the only thing weed has taken to new heights. A recent study shows how states with legalized marijuana are seeing a rise in home prices. Not only is the plant causing people to relocate to the states where it’s legal but it has also given the local economy a boost. Is North Carolina the next great state to follow?
There used to be a time when the only way consumers could gather data on homes was by making a visit to their local real estate office. Upon walking through the door they would be greeted by a real estate agent and all the listings that firm had in their inventory would be available for their viewing. That world no longer exist as the internet has disrupted the real estate brokerage industry in a major way and not only do consumers no longer have to visit a real estate firm to gather the information they seek they also don’t feel a connection with any of the major real estate brands.
About 60% of contractors who are struggling with the labor shortages squeezing the construction industry say it’s becoming a challenge to finish jobs on time, according to a survey conducted by USG Corp. and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
People have lived in caves, igloos, trees, and homes made from sticks but now a new trend is developing around the world where people are beginning to live in shipping containers!