relocating to texas: Texas Relocation - Part 5 (of 9) Choosing a Moving Company - 03/09/10 09:31 AM
Texas Relocation - Choosing a Moving Company
There are MANY moving companies out there. Choosing the right company is important because they are moving your things. If your company is relocating you to Texas, then they may have a moving company already. If not, then you should talk with your Real Estate Agent or Mortgage Professional for some suggestions. Remember that we have assisted many homebuyers with relocating to the area so we have heard about good and bad moving experiences.
Here are some areas to explore:
Performance Records - Ask each company for a written record of how well they … (2 comments)

relocating to texas: Texas Relocation - Part 4 Countdown to Moving Day - 02/11/10 03:16 PM
Texas Relocation - Countdown to Moving Day
*** Quick disclaimer... this post is long because I tried to cover as many items as I could. Be sure to review it completely to ensure you have added your important items. And if you don't read it all today, bookmark it or print it out for future use ***
You are really moving now (no pun intended). If you completed part 3, then you found Temporary Housing so that your family is comfortable until the house is read. In this section, you will be preparing a To Do List so that … (12 comments)

relocating to texas: Texas Relocation - Part 3 Temporary Housing - 02/09/10 12:21 AM

Texas Relocation - Part 3
If you have followed the other two parts, then you are mentally prepared to move and have found a home in your new area. In Part 3 of 9, we will discuss Temporary Housing. A temporary home is used when there is a gap between the date you move our of your old home/rental and when you move into your new home.
Having a gap in your move can be caused by a few things. For example, if you purchased a brand new home that is being built. The home may not be ready for … (9 comments)

relocating to texas: Texas Relocation - Part 2 Finding a House in Your New Area - 01/26/10 01:17 PM
Texas Relocation - Part 2
In part 1, I discussed the importance of 'Getting Ready' for your Texas Relocation. No matter your reason for relocating to Texas (or any state for that matter), you want to be prepared and you want to narrow down your location specifically.
Part 2 Finding a House in Your New Area
Before you sell your existing home or give notice to your landlord (if you are renting), my first suggestion is to contact a Relocation Specialist in your new area. As I mentioned in my previous post, this specialist could be someone within your company (generally within your … (5 comments)

relocating to texas: Texas Relocation - Part 1 Getting Prepared - 01/21/10 02:47 PM
Texas Relocation: Part 1
One of the biggest questions when considering relocation is 'where do I start?'. I'll be writing a small series on what steps to take over the next few weeks/months prior to relocating. Should you have any specific questions that I have not covered, feel free to contact me directly through email or my office number listed below.
In Part 1 is "Getting Prepared"
As I mentioned, the first question is always 'Where Do I Start' when you are looking to relocate to Texas. Unless you have relocated before, you don't truly know what to expect and where … (7 comments)

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