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Lifestyle - March 1, 2018
Millennials and the rise of “Agrihoods”
Growing up in the midst of an economic crisis gives you some perspective as to where to put your money. As millennials who are probably wary of varying investment options, what you need at a time like this is stability. After all, who would want to put hard-earned money into a sketchy investment?
For many, the solution is real estate. There is higher confidence in real estate these days, and millennials are paying attention.
Agrihoods have ample green space, barns, and outdoor community kitchens. Some boast greenhouses and rows and rows of fruit trees. The homes are typically built to high environmental standards. Also, they have technology like solar panels and composting, internet, electricity, and other creature comforts of the 21st century.