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The process feeds on itself. As Amazon customers in the LA area become more aware of what stuff they can buy with "same day" delivery, they will demand more stuff from Amazon and this will further increase Amazon's demand for warehouse space in the area. Perhaps, San Bernardino will enjoy a comeback? As rents for warehouses increases, do local home prices in the same area stabilize? Is there a law of one price for land?

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