A Silicon Valley startup provides qualified applicants with a temporary incentive to leave the company for $ 10,000.
San Jose-based MainStreet was founded by three former Google employees with the goal of creating jobs and opportunities in suburbs and rural communities in America.
"The $ 10,000 to leave the Bay Area was created by asking ourselves: What is a fun, interesting way of alerting you to a serious and sober mission?" Doug Ludlow, CEO of MainStreet, wrote an email to CNN. "Our mission is to create jobs in suburban and rural communities, and our goal is to create 1,000,000 new jobs over the next ten years."
However, there is a catch: Qualified applicants accepting the offer must remain in their position for a full year before they receive the payout, and Ludlow said the company is offering the $ 1
So if you want to get in, you only have a little over two weeks to act. 
The housing shortage
MainStreet hopes to increase the number of companies that enable remote work to reach their goal of creating jobs in suburban and rural communities while helping to address the crisis Housing shortage in the Bay Area.
It is no secret that the housing shortage in the Bay Area of San Francisco poses a major problem, as affordable housing has shrunk thanks to the mass of tech companies and well-paid low-income workers and middle-class workers.  Apple recently announced $ 2.5 billion in funding to address California's real estate crisis.
Google has pledged $ 1 billion to clean up its own housing for affordable housing while developing a fund that will provide developers with incentives to build affordable housing in the region.
The future of work?
Companies partner with MainStreet to recruit and train employees interested in leaving the Bay Area and working remotely. These employees are trained by MainStreet in tools such as remote video conferencing to simplify communication. They work in field offices that Ludlow calls "MainStreet Communities."
In these field offices, employees can collaborate with other remote employees. This could come from different companies as it could reduce the isolation that many remote employees might feel.
While these remote employees are employed by this company, MainStreet handles the logistics and training to set up for remote operation.  Ludlow believes that remote workers will play a key role in the "future of work", and said that the company is developing a set of sophisticated technological tools and services that will help ensure effective remote work for suburban and urban communities rural communities becomes a reality.
Ahiza Garcia and Jordan Valinsky of CNN contributed to this report.