Investors are jumping on the tiny home trend in big numbers. Short term accommodation is in huge demand, especially during Covid times. Many of today’s travellers, especially millennials, prefer to stay in non-traditional accommodation rather that a typical hotel or holiday unit, where they are surrounded by strangers in a concrete jungle.
Thousands of people were renting tiny homes for the chance to experience something new. The reason they are so popular is because people are looking for something close to nature, away from crowds, and out of the cities. They want to be in an eco-friendly environment so they can unplug and enjoy the fresh air.
Demand for tiny home holiday accommodation has soared a whopping 500% since the start of Covid.
The last thing people want to do is book into a densely populated location and stay in a hotel. More likely people want to stay “off-grid” with all the creature comforts, and experience the wonder of nature, visit a farmers’ market or winery, dine at a local restaurant, and return to a cosy cabin.
Many people are making huge profits from renting out their tiny home.