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Relocating to a new city or town is tough enough. Doing so without an effective "support
system" makes it even harder. The "long-distance" nature of the process makes it more difficult
than a simple move across town. We hope that the information you will find here at the Home Buyer's Information
Center will make your move just a little bit easier. Although the vast majority of information on this site is
for all home buyers, we've tried to give as much help as possible to those who are looking to relocate, since the
needs are just a bit more extensive. Browse through any of our pages and you will find information that you can
use to smooth out the relocation process. Our Agents section will give you information on what to look for in an Agent
and can get you in touch with a someone who can handle all the details of your relocation. Be sure to consult the
Checklist page to make certain that you cover all of the "relocation bases"
(for example, see our discussion on "Agency" to be certain that you get the representation that you want--if
you deal with the Agent who has listed the property, you will not have Buyer's Representation.)
Finding an Agent should be the first step in your relocation process since the Agent can be your "eyes and
ears" thousands of miles away. In addition, the Agent will most likely be able to send you a relocation package
which will give you information about your new destination so that you can begin to know the area. If you would
like, we can help you locate an Agent in the area to which your relocation will take you. Agents are
available throughout the U.S. and in most areas of Canada. Click
here for more information.
|Making the Big Move: How to Transform Relocation into a Creative Life Transition By Cathy Goodwin. A guide to moving and hints on turning relocation into an opportunity for personal gain.|