Storage facilities such as Mindful Workspaces & Storage are currently a hot commodity on the real estate market. With many businesses settling into what seems to be the long ride of the COVID-19 social distancing life, some places currently have a lot of excess materials and inventory. However, these storage facilities have been popular long before these measures had to be taken. So, the real question is, what have people been using these storage facilities for? Below, you’ll find the top 5 reasons that people rent or use a storage space.
3. Businesses that Require More Space / Excess Materials & Inventory
We already touched on this one with the whole idea of people having a surplus of inventory they no longer require. Many people are working remotely and no longer require all of the furniture and equipment within the facilities. Also, larger facilities sometimes just downsize their workspaces. These downsizes are because all of the extra space can easily be just rented through a storage space. So, they would be paying less for the same amount of space needed.
2. Moving from Place to Place
Unfortunately, many people run into cases where they are required to leave their residents while waiting for their next residence to be move-in ready. In these cases, people will rent a storage space in hopes of temporarily having a space for their belongings that will eventually be placed into the new home. Also, smaller residences may force you to throw away or sell some of your belongings. This allows you to give yourself some time before you make the decision on what to scrap.
1. There isn’t Enough Space at Home!
By far, the biggest issues in most people’s lives is their ability to hold onto everything throughout their life. Possessions range old antique radios to a mirror that was passed down through the family. All of these things and much more will eventually take up too much space at home. Eventually, people will begin renting a storage space to place all of these extra belongings within.