As remote work has grown, so too have the opportunities to move to once prohibitive locations. For some, that has meant taking up their laptops and flip-flops and heading to the beach.
One might expect markets to take a hit during a global pandemic, but for some desirable locations, including Hawaii where the case-count is low and the real estate market hot, inventory has rapidly narrowed and prices risen.
Once reserved for retirees, the trek to warmer climates has become an alluring possibility for the remote worker. With school remaining online, and employers willing to work around schedules and safety measures, now is the time for many looking for a change. While AirBnBs and short-term rentals are the first choice of workers looking to just dip their toes in the water, many have taken the plunge and made the move permanent.
Call today if you are considering a move. Michelle Wood can assist you with navigating Covid restrictions and all your luxury real estate needs.