After a hectic day, your mind becomes tired, and your ability to handle another networking event is minimal. This can be aided by some amazing facts that will act as conversation starters at your next networking event.
1. Mcdonald’s Company is founded by real estate and not burgers. When it comes to business matters, it is known to be more of a real estate cooperation than a fast food business. It owns each land that it sits on and charges rent from its franchise.
2. Dimensions of the tiniest house in Great Britain are 72 inches wide, 122 inches high, and 120 inches deep. It has been home to various families, and it was constructed in the 16th century.
3. Fairytale mushroom houses are real and can be rented on Airbnb. They were built from stones and boulders from Michigan and Charlevoix Lake.
4. The biggest mall in the US is owned by a Canadian company
5. In the beginning, the Hollywood sign was made to advertise real estate.
6. Alaska, which is 375 million acres, was bought by the US from Russia for $7.2 million.
7. Sears used to sell products like amazon, which products were homes. These homes were delivered to a person’s address in the form of materials, tools, and instructions with which a person was supposed to assemble them.
8. The city of San Francisco was built on top of ships that were used as jails, houses, or hotels since real estate in Francisco was at a premium.
9. A cast iron eagle that is put outside a home was an American way to show that they have paid their mortgage and are free from debt.
10. The oldest wooden building in the world is a Japanese Buddhist temple that dates back to 607 AD, and it’s located in Nara, Japan. It has survived fires, wars, and extreme weather conditions like lightning.
11. One of the wealthiest men, an oracle of Omaha with a net worth of 94 billion, still lives in a humble home in Omaha, Nebraska, which he bought in 1958.
12. A 1000sq foot apartment is built close to the top of a Parisian landmark, the Eiffel tower. Important people in the world offered a large amount of money to spend a night in this building.
13. Unknown Oil rigs hidden in downtown Los Angeles were used in 2009 outside the groove shopping Centre and resulted in almost 20 barrels of oil.
14. Canada and Denmark are competing over land in water that both countries legally own.
15. 5% of Kauai is owned by mark Zuckerberg
16. Luke sky walkers boyhood home acts as a hotel, and people actually pay as little as ten bucks for a night. It is located in Matmata, Tunisia.
17. New York’s most recognized tower was finished in 1931 at the height of the great depression, and only 23% of the building was occupied the first year of opening.