President Donald Trump is on a roll, and his approval rating is soaring.
In his first week in office, Trump’s approval rating stands at 55 percent, according to Gallup.
The president has been making headlines with his populist rhetoric and aggressive travel policy.
Trump has even been considering his impeachment.
But he has yet to announce a successor, and the Senate could vote to remove him if the Republican-controlled House fails to act.
The real estate industry is expected to reap the most from the Trump administration.
The real estate market is projected to be $1.4 trillion in 2017, according a report by Fitch Ratings.
This is expected increase to $2.2 trillion in 2018.
While many people don’t think of real estate as a good investment, it is one of the top investments for people with young families.
The median home price is now $1,937,700, according with Zillow.
The big real property deals in 2017 include the sale of an apartment tower in the United Arab Emirates for $1 billion to a private equity firm that owns a majority stake in the project, which will create jobs for local residents and create more than 3,000 construction jobs.
A hotel and condo development in Los Angeles is expected in 2018, according an Associated Press report.
The Washington Post has reported that the Trump Organization is exploring possible development of a golf course in South Carolina.
The project is still in the planning stages, according the AP.
In addition to the real estate investments, there are also other opportunities in the region for businesses and companies.
There are also opportunities for businesses to make investments in natural resources.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the Appalachian mountains are the second largest oil reserves in the world.
The U.N. has called for an end to the use of coal as the fuel for power generation.
The move comes as a result of the Paris climate accord and the increasing number of countries that have banned coal.
The Trump administration has proposed an end for coal in the U..
S., but a number of companies are still pursuing coal.
For example, the Trump campaign announced a plan to build a $1 trillion wind farm in the Atlantic Ocean.
A number of coal mining companies have also been investing in coal-fired power plants.
In 2017, four major coal companies made large investments in coal plants, including the company Energy Future Holdings and Duke Energy.
The president is expected take office in January.