NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / April 19, 2023 / As the furnished living trend grows, digital nomads and corporate travelers are finding it increasingly easy to access accommodations in smaller cities. Companies like Landing, CORT, and Hyatus Stays are partnering with landlords across the United States to establish a presence in locations that were once considered unfeasible for full building operations.
These companies have developed a complex warehouse network to provide flexible lease options in more secluded areas. For instance, when a digital nomad books an apartment through Hyatus, a furniture team sets up the entire living space a day before the move-in date. After the resident moves out in a month or two, the team reclaims the furniture and prepares the apartment for the next traveler.
Michael Ort, Director of Revenue Strategy for Hyatus, explained that the company first introduced this flexible lease program on the East Coast. Since then, it has expanded to over 25 cities across the United States. “What we’ve found is that many of our clients and partners appreciate the ability to lease spaces in their desired building and location, even if Hyatus hadn’t previously set up there,” said Ort.
He continued, “We leverage our extensive network of warehouses and furniture setup teams to prepare the apartment for our partner after their travel dates and stay are confirmed.”
The surge in remote work and the rise of digital nomads are driving the demand for this model. A 2021 report by Upwork estimated that 26.7% of the American workforce would be working remotely by the end of that year, with 36.2 million Americans expected to work remotely by 2025 – an 87% increase from pre-pandemic levels.
This shift is directly impacting the demand for flexible, furnished living options. As more people seek accommodations tailored to their evolving work and travel needs, companies like Hyatus, Landing, and CORT are capitalizing on the trend by offering customized living spaces in various locations. This allows remote workers to experience new cities without the burden of sourcing and transporting their own furniture.
Hyatus has experienced significant growth due to its ability to quickly meet the new demand. The company reported a 150% increase in bookings in the past year, with many clients specifically seeking accommodations in smaller cities. This demand has driven Hyatus’s rapid expansion, enabling them to offer their flexible lease program in over 25 cities across the United States.
“The remote work revolution has opened up a world of opportunity for both digital nomads and companies like ours,” said Ort. “We’re seeing a surge in demand for furnished apartments in smaller cities, where people can enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle while still having access to modern amenities and high-speed internet. Our made-to-order apartment model has proven to be a perfect fit for this new era of work and travel.”
As the remote work trend continues to grow, demand for flexible, furnished living options is expected to increase. This presents a significant opportunity for companies to further expand their networks and reach new markets, providing even more options for digital nomads and corporate travelers across the United States.
About Hyatus Stays:
Hyatus Stays is a luxury apartment rental company that offers travelers a new way to experience their destinations. The company provides short-term and long-term stays in beautiful, fully furnished apartments in some of the most desirable cities in the United States. The apartments are designed to feel like home, with spacious living areas, fully equipped kitchens, and comfortable bedrooms. Whether travelers are looking for a vacation home, corporate housing, or an academic accommodation, Hyatus Stays has the perfect place for them.
The company is committed to providing its guests with the consistency, cleanliness, and service of an upscale hotel and the warmth, design, and space of a home. Guests can enjoy amenities such as free wi-fi, fitness centers, conference rooms, and local food. They can also access the company’s travel guide blog for tips and recommendations on how to make the most of their stay.
To contact Hyatus Stays, guests can use one of the following methods:
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +1 (201) 252-7480
SOURCE: Hyatus Stays