Liz Rowlinson

The rise of the ‘workation’

New digital nomad visas are driving a work-from-anywhere boom

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Barbados is particularly popular with remote workers – and this two-bedroom, two-bath penthouse on the west coast is for rent for USD $450 per night through Altman Barbados/Savills

The biggest single driver of last year’s property boom was the surge in working from home. For many, the commute went from daily chore to occasional concern, enabling them to move to areas that previously seemed beyond reach, from the Cotswolds to Cornwall.

But others have gone further still – swapping ‘work from home’ for ‘work from anywhere’.

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