People are paying big bucks for free office space.
And it’s not just apartments, office leases and coworking spaces.
A new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers says the average office lease is $1,200 per month, while the average coworking space lease is just $500 per month.
But the report also notes that office rents are on the rise and many people are looking to move into their first office, which is a good thing.
Here are a few of the most common reasons people move into office spaces: You need to do more work.
The report found that the average rent for a one-bedroom office is $935 a month.
In comparison, a two-bedroom apartment costs about $1.6, while a three-bedroom one costs $3,750.
People need more space.
People are looking for office space to work from, and more space is a great way to get started.
The average office rent in the U.S. is $2,400 a month, according to the study.
That’s slightly higher than the $2.25 a month people pay for an apartment, but it’s also lower than the average for the city of San Francisco.
“If you’re looking to start a business, it’s a good way to start out,” said David Clements, a vice president with PricewaterhousesCoopers.
“You’re not going to get the same productivity, but you can take on a lot of the work, get some of the ideas in your head.”
But, he added, people need to make sure their personal space is big enough for their personal use, and that it’s designed with a business’s needs in mind.
People want to work on a team.
According to the report, the average amount of time people spend working together in a workspace is two hours.
But it’s still the most important factor in the decision to move to an office.
In addition, the report found a wide variety of coworking options, including social media groups, coworking communities, mobile apps, video conferences, and cloud-based offices.
Some people want to move from their home office to a new office with more space, while others prefer to move in the direction of a coworking community.
“There are a lot more people that are moving into these types of spaces,” said Clements.
“People need to understand the advantages and disadvantages of the different options.”
And, he noted, if you don’t plan on using your home office as your office, you might want to consider a coworker-owned workspace.