I’m shocked by the amount of development that’s going up in my area despite the state of the country’s economy.
You’d think that we were in a bull market right now if you focused solely on the amount of building construction as the sole determining factor for economic strength and prosperity.
While we are very much in a bear market by contrast, it hasn’t stopped many of the residential home development companies from moving forward with these projects to build huge subdivisions and apartment complexes within my county alone. I live in an area that is highly sought after for living, but we’ve run out of available homes. It forced developers to buy huge swathes of wood swamp lands to deforest and convert to livable plots. In some cases we’re seeing stories in the news about alligators getting increasingly more aggressive because they’re losing their tromping grounds. They end up moving closer to the coastline, which is where all of the people live. While all of this residential construction goes up, there is new commercial construction as well. I’m seeing new strip malls being built every single month. This has naturally brought in some new cannabis dispensaries to the area. Before I had to drive to an adjacent city to buy all of my cannabis products, but now I have the choice of three different dispensaries within the same zip code. One of them was hyped online, but they were out of products when I showed up. I can’t believe the new dispensary didn’t have any marijuana products for sale when I arrived, although I’ll admit I showed up only an hour before closing time.
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