Rise In Tenancies For Caves.
A sharp rise in the occupation of caves has been attributed to the global pandemic of COVID-19. Leasing agents specialising in cave dwellings say prices and applications have skyrocketed.
“I haven’t seen anything like it”, said Jacob Spicer of SpicerCaves, “and I’ve been in the game for a long time”. One long term cave hermit told us, “it’s hard to even get a place now, people are bringing cash to the inspection and putting a deposit down”.
Cave dwellings have been seen as a less ideal place to live for many centuries. Still, the sudden resurgence has led to some in the market to predict a bubble and investors are being warned about purchasing caves while suffering large amounts of debt.