The Great Resignation has seen more than 40 per cent of the global workforce considering leaving their employers this year. With this comes an increase in demand for bush and coastal properties as the workforce re-evaluates their work/life balance.
The pandemic has proven that productivity does not decrease with working from home. Many employees are saving time avoiding traffic and therefore working longer hours. Flexibility is now a big part of the equation for employees choosing to continue on the path of this working lifestyle.
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 104,100 people moved interstate in the three months to the end of March 2021, 16,400 more people moved interstate compared with the March 2020 quarter and capital cities had a net loss of 11,800 people from internal migration, the largest quarterly net loss on record.
At Air Design Australia, we have seen many Australian’s across the country book short-term holiday rental properties in regional and coastal areas during the pandemic so that they can “try before they buy”. They get to live the lifestyle of the local area without having to commit to such a huge change. This also means they get to try a number of locations, search for properties for sale in the area and take their time in deciding on which location is the right fit for them.
As every Air Design holiday home comes equipped with all household furnishings including Wi-fi, all they have to do is plug in, work and enjoy the aspects of their new regional area in their down-time.
To find out how you can capitalise on The Great Resignation by maximising the returns on your holiday home rental, get in touch now and get your property guest-ready!