Live-Earn-Learn in one place. A new norm setup that evolved with the onset of the pandemic.
The recent health crisis brought about by the novel coronavirus COVID-19, has immensely affected people’s way of life. The onset of the pandemic has triggered many changes so as to cope with the present condition. A number of employees are working from home using various online platforms for meetings and interactions with colleagues. Schools, in the same way, have moved to virtual classrooms. Shopping for food, groceries, clothing and all other commodities have transferred in the digital avenues.
Basically, people have transitioned to the new normal as we call it today. The new norm where people practically stay, work, do business and study at home has made Internet a primary need. Connectivity is a must.
Although, movements are again taking place after quarantine levels have been lifted by the government, it can’t be refuted that the circumstances have allowed a close to permanent change in people’s perspectives about many issues. Even if things have eased up, somehow, comparing to the previous year, it is obviously noticeable that people have embraced the fact that things can be done and made accessible even remotely.
This makes it highly favorable for the development of residential projects that give these benefits to prospected buyers and would-be owners. Buildings will be equipped with built-in fiber Internet connection to make it readily available for buyers when they move in. A partnership with a renowned telecommunications and Internet service provider to make this endeavor come into fruition will take place. This may seem costly on the part of the developer, but special arrangements between parties will turn out to be mutually beneficial.