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“Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Relocation & Moving...but Never Dared To Ask” will help you learn everything you need to know before you move; helping make this transition smoother, cheaper, and easier for you and your family.
How many times have you thought about moving away for your job? How often have you looked out your window and wondered if this year was the year that you would finally get that promotion and get to move to a bigger company office? Have you and your family ever wanted to try living in a new country or city?
Maybe you just have not had the opportunity to relocate just yet. Perhaps the timing was 'off' or you did not have the offer you needed. Now that you do, you are beginning to worry that you may not be as prepared as you thought you would be. Have you ever felt like you should be doing more or that what you have learned just was not enough?
Well, the good news is that no matter how sudden the relocation is or how afraid you are, “ Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Relocation...but Afraid To Ask” is going to help you transition from one location to the other. Not only will you learn about the basics of relocating, but you will also learn specific tips on how to locate a home as well as when to purchase it.
If you are ready to begin planning for your relocation, “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Relocation...but Never Dared To Ask” is the guide that you have been looking for. No matter what you want to learn, I am going to give you all the ‘tools' to get started and the answers that you have not found.
At first, we are going to go over the basics of relocating:
- Top Reasons to relocate
- The Pros and cons of relocation
- Types of relocation
- Relocation costs and savings
- Planning your relocation
- Best ways to reduce relocation stress
But that is only the beginning.
Since relocating is more of a financial transaction in addition to being a change in your job, you are going to need to learn about the process of finding a home or just a new place to lay down some roots. “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Relocation...but Never Dared To Ask” outlines the process of finding that new place to call home.
Maybe you have never moved before in your life, so you just do not know what is involved in the process of purchasing that new house. With “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Relocation...but Never Dared To Ask,” you' are going to be getting all the details you need.
But where do I start?
You need to start at the beginning and that means finding a new home.
In this book, you will learn about:
- Negotiating the relocation package
- Corporate housing
- Temporary housing
- Tips on finding a new house
- Selling your current home
- Best time to buy and to sell a house
- All about timing
With these starting points, you will be able to sell that house without adding even more stress to your life.
But you may have specific goals or ideas for your relocation, so I am going to go into detail about getting someone to guide you along the way when “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Relocation...but Never Dared To Ask” just isn't enough.
We will discuss:
- How to hire a relocation specialist
- What this person will do
- What to look for in a relocation specialist
- the Benefits of a relocation specialist
- Best types of relocation services
- When to hire a relocation specialist
- Moving yourself versus hiring a specialist
For many people, relocating is not just about getting to the new town , it is about getting all of your stuff there safe and sound too – and “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Relocation...but Afraid To Ask” will assist you create a game plan for any type of relocation. No matter if it is just across town or it is across the ocean.
But there is still a lot more to do!
Some of the most common questions about relocation revolve around how to actually move your things from one place to another. It always seems like it is going to be a simple process, but more times than not, people find themselves in over their heads.
You need to learn about:
- Moving your all your stuff
- Packing materials
- How to pack your box
- Protecting all your valuables
- Using equipment safely
- Which rooms to pack up first
- Hiring a moving company
- Auto transportation
- Taking care of pets and children
With these tips and tricks, you will get yourself and everything (and everyone) else in your life from one place to another – without breaking a thing.
But wait…what about international relocations?
No worries there either. In “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Relocation...but Never Dared To Ask,” I understand that international relocation is happening more often, so I speak about what you could do to make this an easy transition.
The truth is that most relocation books are written for those that already have the basics down pat – but for those who have special circumstances, they need more information.
Here are some topics I will cover:
- Your Passports and other documentation you will need
- First visit to the new country
- Schools, hospitals, and healthcare
- Pet quarantine
- How to Choose which items to bring with you
- Hiring an international relocation company
- Care transportation
- Adjusting to a new culture
This ebook is filled with ideas and tips that are simple to follow, easy to understand, and most importantly EFFECTIVE!
Adjusting to a new house is another big question for those that are relocating, so I am going to let you know more about:
- Settling in after relocation
- How to file an insurance claim
- Finding basic necessities in your new town
- Learning the roads
- Discovering the neighbourhood
- Making new friends
- Helping kids and pets adjust
But I could not fit all the tips and tricks that I knew in the 57 pages of “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Relocation...but Never Dared To Ask.”
So, if you get your copy of “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Relocation...but Never Dared To Ask,” I am going to include my special report called, “Tips and Tricks to Save for Your Relocation.”
This 12 page report includes information on:
- The expense of relocation
- Ways to save money
- Save money on packing materials
- Saving money on moving insurance
- Finding a new house on a budget
- Ways to save during the move
- After relocating
I had so much ideas about how to relocate, I just could not fit them in “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Relocation...but Never Dared To Ask.”
But what exactly are you really getting?
When you order your “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Relocation...but Never Dared To Ask,” you are getting a valuable resource that will help you move from one town to another without the hassle and the frustration that you may think is necessary.
Relocation is a great way to start fresh in your new life as well as in your career. And by moving your family to a new area, they will learn how to be more adaptable to new people and their new surroundings.
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Table Of Content
1/ Relocation Basics
Top Reasons To Relocate
The Pros And Cons Of Relocation
Types Of Relocation
Create A Budget
Profit From Your Move
Estimate The Overall Cost Of The Move
Carry Cash On You During The Move
Planning Your Relocation
Making Use Of The Internet
Finding A New Home
When To Turn Off The Lights
Ways To Reduce Relocation Stress
Make A 'To Do List'
Break Large Tasks Into Smaller Tasks
Share Responsibilities With Your Partner
Spread Tasks Over Time
Take Frequent Breaks
Keep In Mind The Goals Of Relocating
Lean On Friends And Family For Support
2/ Finding A New Home
Negotiating A Relocation Package
Tips On Finding A New Home
Buying A House Too Soon After Relocating
Buying A House Before Relocating
Selling Your Current Home
Best Time To Buy And Sell A Home
All About Timing
3/ Hiring A Relocation Specialist
What Is A Relocation Specialist?
What To Look For In A Relocation Specialist
Benefits Of A Relocation Specialist
Other Types Of Relocation Services
When To Hire A Relocation Specialist
Moving Yourself Versus Hiring A Specialist
4/ Moving Your Stuff
Developing A Game Plan
Places To Get Boxes
How To Pack A Box
Using Equipment Safely
Which Rooms To Pack Up First
Hiring A Moving Company
Driving The Truck
Taking Care Of Pets And Children During The Relocation Process
Traveling With Children
Traveling With Pets
Following Your Game Plan
5/ International Relocation
Passports And Other Documentation
Applying For A Passport
International Driver's License
Schools, Hospitals, And Healthcare
Choosing Which Items To Bring With You
Hiring An International Relocation Company
Adjusting To A New Culture
6/ Settling In After Relocation
Filing An Insurance Claim
Finding Grocery Stores, Schools, And Other Services
Learning The Roads
Discovering The Neighbourhood
Making New Friends
Helping Children And Pets Adjust
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After finding a new housee, the next step is to make moving arrangements. This means renting a moving van or truck, hiring movers or asking friends and family for help, and collecting boxes and containers for your stuff.
Moving arrangements should be made as far in advance as possible. If you are unsure as to the moving truck size, contact the moving company and let them know exactly how many rooms you have in your home. They will be able to provide an estimate.
When asking friends and family for help, you should ask them as soon as possible as well so you can have an estimate of how many individuals will be helping.
Once moving arrangements have been made, your next step will be getting rid of items you no longer want and packing the ones you are taking with you.
In addition to making all necessary moving arrangements, you will also have to be responsible for having the electricity turned off, contacting other utilities, and closing bank accounts.
As you get closer to your moving date, you can address these items. Most individuals contact their utility and phone companies a week before they move and set up a closing date. This can be changed if the move does not happen, but you have to contact the companies as soon as possible.
Closing bank accounts can be done a few days before you move as well. If you are planning to use the same bank, ask if you have to sign new paperwork to let them know you are moving. If closing accounts, you will need to show proof of identification, banking information, and a check that will be voided after you withdraw the money. For huge amounts, you will be given a cashier's cheque.
Before accepting a cheque, make sure you have access to other funds through another bank account, credit cards, or take out enough cash to pay for your move.
Even if you have five months before your move, you will begin to experience stress. This may occur for several reasons:
Moving to an unknown area
Leaving the familiar
Steps involved in moving
Complications during the process
Selling a house quickly in order to move
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