Remote working enables more Americans to move to cheaper areas

Americans who move to new areas are finding that they’re being given more opportunities to telecommute as employers try to convince them to remain in their jobs. That’s according to a new Redfin study, which found that telecommuting is enabling many Americans to relocate to areas with more affordable housing while keeping the same salary.

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As Americans face longer commute times, more are working from home

American consumers are spending more time traveling to work, with the average one-way commute time rising to just over 27 minutes in 2018, a new record high according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. The data shows that the average U.S. citizen spends around two more minutes commuting to work than they did back

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Telecommuting is changing real estate

The rise of telecommuting, with increasing numbers of people being able to work from their homes, is having a big impact on their real estate demands, according to a report in the New York Times. The Times cites Bureau of Labor data that shows around 24% of employed people in the U.S. worked at home

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