Finest high THC level marijuana seeds for sale

New York, NY – ( NewMediaWire ) – November 29, 2020 – The cannabis industry is widely becoming famous in many parts across the globe. The legalization of cannabis in various parts of the world is the leading factor making it famous. The legal use of cannabis for medicinal and recreational purposes in states where it is already legal there has been a huge addition in terms of the users.

Despite enjoying the boom in business, the Cannabis industry has also created job opportunities for numerous people. Many people are now employed in firms that are producing cannabis products and also others own cannabis dispensaries whereby they have employed budtenders.

However, the people who play a key role in the whole process are marijuana growers. The marijuana farmers grow marijuana plants upon which they sell to a consumer

Did you know that the quality of the seeds that you plant

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Manufacturing PMI Hits Ten Year High As The Grey Rhino Of Real Estate Could Lead To Equity Inflows

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Yesterday’s MSCI
driven volume and sell-off were quickly forgotten as Asian equities gained on strong volumes driven by the strong China Manufacturing PMI release and positive Moderna vaccine news. The broader Hang Seng Composite gained +1.01% while the Chinese companies listed in Hong Kong within the MSCI China All Shares Index gained +1.33% versus the 50 stock Hang Seng Index’s gain of +0.86%. The PMI was without question a significant catalyst, though China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission released a statement that real estate speculation was a “gray rhino”, meaning that it poses a risk to the financial system. Institutional broker CICC speculated that tightening on housing speculation could drive Chinese savings into the stock market. Makes sense to me!

Hong Kong volume leaders were Meituan, which fell -0.28% post-earnings yesterday as analysts debate future growth rates, Tencent, which rose +2.66% on buying by Mainland investors via

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Brixmor Property Group’s ESG Efforts Earn High Ratings From Multiple Organizations

NEW YORK, Dec. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Brixmor Property Group Inc. (NYSE: BRX) (“Brixmor” or the “Company”) announced today it has been recognized by leading organizations for its commitment to environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) excellence.

The Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) ranked Brixmor first among its peer group, and awarded Brixmor the distinction of four out of five Green Stars for outstanding performance in ESG disclosure. The Company has earned Green Star recognition in all three years of public participation in GRESB. GRESB’s annual Real Estate Assessment includes evaluating performance against fourteen aspects through more than 50 performance indicators focused on environmental performance, risk management, and stakeholder engagement.  The Company received nearly perfect scores in several areas including Reporting, Policies, Targets and Stakeholder Engagement and performed better than the peer group average in all Management Component aspects and the majority of Performance Component aspects.

In addition to

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October pending home sales fall unexpectedly, as high prices take their toll on buyers

  • Pending home sales fell 1.1% month-to-month in October but were 20.2% higher compared with October 2019.
  • The growing imbalance has prompted bidding wars and caused the median price of an existing home to jump to the highest level ever in October, according to the National Association of Realtors.

a group of people standing in front of a building: People wait to visit a house for sale in Floral Park, Nassau County, New York.

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People wait to visit a house for sale in Floral Park, Nassau County, New York.

Strong, pandemic-induced demand for housing is still there, but buyers may now be hitting an affordability wall.


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Pending home sales fell 1.1% month-to-month in October but were 20.2% higher compared with October 2019. This reading is a measure of signed contracts on existing homes, so it is a future indicator of closed sales.

It is also, therefore, a more recent read on buyer activity because it represents people out shopping during the month and making purchase decisions. Analysts expected a small

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Home Prices Hit a Six-Year High

Homeowners looking to sell right now have cause to celebrate. The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices—newly released for September, by the S&P Dow Jones Indices—showed a continuing rise in home prices across the country. 

More specifically, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index—which encompasses all nine United States census divisions—posted a 7.0% annual gain in September, up from 5.8% in August. The indicator hasn’t hit 7% in over six years; last reaching that level in May 2014.

The new data also showed that the 10-City Composite annual increase jumped to 6.2%, up from 4.9% in the previous month. The 20-City Composite also rose, posting a 6.6% year-over-year gain, up from 5.3% in August. 

The sharp increases could simply be a correction in the wake of damage done by the Coronavirus pandemic, or they could be a harbinger of good times ahead, said Craig J. Lazzara, managing director and

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Covid-19 outbreaks in nursing homes hit record high

The latest surge of coronavirus cases is fueling a record number of nursing home outbreaks, as the virus is spreading quickly inside long-term care facilities in the Midwest and the Great Plains while also re-emerging in facilities swamped by the first wave of the virus.

More than 1,300 nursing homes across the U.S. reported having three or more confirmed Covid-19 cases during the first week of November — the highest number ever reported in a single week, according to an NBC News analysis of federal data. The figure does not include outbreaks at assisted living facilities, which the federal government does not track.

Many of the new nursing home infections are emerging in the Midwestern states where the virus is besieging the broader community, including Illinois, Ohio, Missouri, Indiana, Wisconsin and Iowa, which reported some of the country’s biggest weekly increases in suspected and confirmed cases among residents, the data

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Houston High Rise Condos for Sale Which Can Be Tailored and Remodeled Boast a Prime Location Near the Texas Medical Center and Museum District | Nov 24, 2020

Houston, TX — (SBWIRE) — 11/24/2020 — The Parklane condo tower has been a familiar sight for many years with its 35 stories reaching high above neighboring Hermann Park. This location, surrounded by greenery and one of Houston’s most popular parks, is a short commute from the Texas Medical Center, Rice University, Rice Village, Downtown Houston, the Ion and South Main Innovation District, the University of Houston, and is within walking distance of the renowned Museum District. About 30 minutes from Houston airport, The Parklane places homeowners conveniently close to the Houston metropolis without being immersed in the hustle and bustle.

The Parklane debuts 195 Houston full amenity high rise condos with low monthly maintenance dues and floor plans ranging from 1-bedroom units to 3-bedroom condos. Prior expectations about the compromises which have to be made when living in a small space do not apply at The Parklane. Each residence

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U.S. home prices surge to 6-year high in September, Case-Shiller index shows

Home prices are still rising during the pandemic owing to historically low interest rates and more people leaving big cities.

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The numbers: The cost of buying a house rose sharply again in September and by one measure hit a six-year high, a Case-Shiller index showed, signaling that prospective buyers are unlikely to find better deals any time soon.

A measure of home prices in 20 large cities rose at a 6.6% yearly pace in October, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller price index. That’s up from 5.3% in the prior month.

Wall Street economists had forecast a 5.4% increase.

A broader measure by Case-Shiller that covers the entire country showed a similarly large 7% increase in home prices over the past year, marking the fastest 12-month gain since 2014.

Home prices have actually risen faster during the worst pandemic in a century instead of getting cheaper.

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The Parklane Houston High Rise Condos for Sale Overlook Hermann Park with a Prime Location Near to the Texas Medical Center and Museum District | Nov 23, 2020

Houston, TX — (SBWIRE) — 11/23/2020 — The Parklane condo tower is undergoing extensive remodeling which brings the latest technology, high-end craftsmanship, and contemporary design to the 35-story landmark on Hermann Drive. With one to three-bedroom floor plans and a choice of design styles, some features are consistent across all of the Houston full amenity high rise condos. For instance, all of the condos have recessed LED lighting and are prewired for smart-home automation. Hardwood floors are the preferred choice for many and The Parklane condos boast hardwood floors throughout the living areas and master bedroom. Perhaps one of the biggest attractions to a building which has a prime location overlooking parkland with amazing sweeping views is the outdoor space, each residence has at least one private balcony. For homebuyers who love to cook and feel the kitchen is the heart of their home, the Bosch Home Appliance Series ticks

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Condo community’s tensions high during pandemic

DEAR ABBY: My husband and I own a condo in a building with 22 units. Because of COVID, one of the HOA board members has posted signs stating “rules” throughout the building. The rules are typical for these trying times, but the number of signs is obsessive. Many of the residents dislike the signs, but my husband was the one who wrote a nasty letter to the HOA about how many are posted.

The board member who was responsible for posting the signs was a friend of mine. Her feelings were hurt, and she has made some snide remarks about the letter. A group of women meet weekly for happy hour, and she and I are both part of that group. I feel caught in the middle. My husband has had a hard time getting over being mad about the signs, and I know the HOA member is angry at … Read More