Real estate agents are starting to jump on the Go bandwagon to try and sell homes.
Since the gameâ€™s release in early July, thousands of people have signed up for the game; by now, use time is allegedly higher than that of Whatsapp, Facebook and Twitter.
And as the small creatures once again take over millennialsâ€™ lives, much like they did nearly 20 years ago (feel old yet?), PokÃ©mon Go opens up business opportunities.
Scrolling through Craigslist, countless ads reference the game, from San Francisco to New York City and presumably every other big city in between.
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