Is your job moving you to a new city/state?
Do you need help selling your current home in Raleigh for your relocation?
Have friends moving to the Raleigh area that need help finding the best area of town/neighborhoods/schools to meet their needs?
I am a relocation expert and here to help! 85% of my business comes from relocations and happy to assist you and your family!
I specialize in helping you relocate from any of the highlighted blue states on the map!
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Services provided by relocation specialists
Everyone who goes through relocation will have different needs depending on their family size, where they’re moving, how much stuff they have, and what their budget is. However, most specialists can help you with the following services:
- Selling your current home: A relocation specialist will have a referral for a real estate agent to sell your home, even if you’ve already left the area.
- Finding a moving company: Relocation companies refer a lot of clients to movers, so they can often get you a better deal than you’d find on your own.
- Packing your things: Have any items that require special care in moving? Need someone to pack and ship your things to you? Relocation specialists can find you the right help.
- Visas and immigration compliance: If your move is international, a relocation specialist can help you make sure you’re legal for entry and to work in your new home country.
- Finding a new home: Whether you’re buying or renting, a specialist will put you in contact with a vetted real estate agent who is an expert in your area. “To get our referrals, agents need to be licensed for at least five years and have done relocation training and certification,” says Mulholland.
- Navigating closing on a house: Even if you’ve bought a home before, the closing process can be radically different in different parts of the country. Some states use a lawyer to close while others don’t. Earnest money amounts can vary from a few hundred dollars to 10% of the purchase price. Your relocation specialist is there to field questions about the process.
- Finding the right school or child care provider: Generally, finding the right school district goes hand-in-hand with finding you a new home, but if you have a child with specific or special needs, “we’ll find a local partner that can help place children in schools,” says Mulholland.
- Shipping pets, especially internationally: Getting pets across borders can be complicated. Your specialist can find someone who will make sure Fido and Grumpy are well taken care of on their journey.
- Shipping automobiles: They can help coordinate the process whether it’s cross-country or across the world
- Tours and orientation: Along with your real estate agent, a relocation specialist can arrange for you to take a tour of your new home or give you the lowdown on all the fun stuff to do in the area.
- Finding local service providers: Whenever you move, you have to find new doctors, dentists, tax professionals, legal professionals, babysitters, and just about everything else. A relocation specialist will have vetted referrals for all these people and be able to connect you.
-Source, Audrey Ference Realtor.com