How Remote Work Impacts Your Home Search
- If your workplace is delaying its return to office plans or is allowing permanent work from home options, that may open up new possibilities for your home search.
- Ongoing remote work could give you the chance for a change in scenery, a move to an area with a lower cost of living, or finding a home with more home office space.
- Here in Austin, according to a recent Kastle Systems report (which records building access card swipes), and The Real Deal, 54% of offices in the Austin metro were occupied — the average in 10 major U.S. cities is 38%. But in a city of over 2 million, that is still a substantial amount of unoccupied offices and workforce working remotely.
- If you want to learn more about how remote work can give you more options, let’s connect to discuss your situation and priorities for your home search.