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With many Americans adapting to full-time remote work, the concept of a tiny office is an appealing alternative to working inside a cramped home office, kitchen or living room.
IPX 1031 recently surveyed 2,000 American workers to learn more about home office spaces while working from home.
Here’s what they found:
- 54% of Americans say they would buy a tiny office, or “backyard office,” and 62% of remote workers would consider buying one for their home.
- 68% would consider renting out their tiny backyard office space to other remote workers.
- Most desired tiny office amenities: 1. Windows/natural light 2. Heating/AC 3. Bathroom 4. Quiet setting 5. Solar power 6. Ergonomic Set-up/
- More than a quarter of respondents say they would spend less than $8,000 on a tiny backyard office.
Take a look at the full report for all the details.