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Homes for Sale and the Challenge

Just as you didn’t land your dream job by leaving it to chance, you shouldn’t make a career move into or out of homes for sale without thorough research and planning.

For example, consider the neighborhoods you wish to target. Apart from the regular considerations of safety and availability of good schools, think about proximity to your new workplace. Specifically, if you’re moving to or a city of comparable size, you can settle almost anywhere without being burdened by a lengthy commute.

Conversely, the right choice of locations in a large metropolitan area can make the difference between a short drive to the office and a long haul traversing two time zones. Taking a new position is stressful enough as it is, so why compound it with a trip that really puts the “hour” in rush hour?

Relocating for work, like the work itself, is a two-way street. Not only does it benefit you and your family in the form of more opportunity and perhaps better pay, but it also helps the company put the right person in the right position.

That explains why many businesses offer relocation assistance ranging from reimbursement for moving expenses like transportation and storage to free temporary housing that can ease the transition to or from homes for sale. Should they fail to offer anything, ask what’s available and be prepared to negotiate for moving support that’s not currently being given. Remember, if you’re valuable enough to be uprooted from your present life for the betterment of the company, they can darn well help to replant you.

Before you start shedding tears of stress and get overwhelmed with homes for sale, cry for help instead. Ask the realtor who’s assisting you with the sale to connect you with one of their colleagues in your new city. If they don’t know anyone, check with friends, family or your new co-workers for a recommendation.

Once you find someone you trust, they can ease your burden by suggesting neighborhoods that meet your needs, scheduling viewings and offering lots of suggestions to facilitate the moving process. Best of all, since realtor fees are paid by the seller, you can get expert advice and peace of mind without spending a dime.