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Relocating to a new community
a big move in more ways than one.
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you relocating for a new opportunity? It's an exciting
time and a large undertaking. Here are a few resources
that will be helpful to you in your new move. If you
print the guides on the left side of this page and
follow them, you will have a much smoother and enjoyable
move to your new community and job.
If you are still looking for that perfect new employer,
click here, here for
resources for anyone who is contemplating changing
employers or careers. You'll find salary guides, continuing
education ideas, headhunters, employment agencies
Now, once you do have a prospective employer, you'll
want to compare the cost of living for each respective
community to assure yourself that you can afford to
take the new, "higher paying" job in the
new community. You might even find you will be making
more money and spending less money with your new move.
Let's hope so! You can compare the cost of living
for about any community with this "Cost
of living Guide".
you'll need to find and compare places to live. Purchasing
a new home or renting an apartment until you're secure
in your employment is a big decision, many times dictated
by finances and future career options. We can't tell
you about your future career options, but we can show
you how to calculate
your monthly house payments for a buy/rent analysis.
If you've decided to purchase a home, visit realtor.com
to find a real estate agent or if you've chosent to
apartmentguide.com to view all the available apartments
in the area. If you buy a house, you'll also need to
a mortgage institution, which is the entity that
will loan you the money for your home. If that did not
make sense and you need a glossary
of terms, click here! If you will be renting, you
may need renter's
insurance to start.
you get there, you will also have to make some changes
in many aspects of your life. Here are a few guides
to making these changes. You need to start looking
at these options right away.
First of all, you will need to tell your friends where
you are now located, but you will of course also need
to change your address with many entities such as
the post office, the bank and many other billing agencies.
You can make it all a bit less complicated if you
change your change
your address with all your contacts in one step
for a small fee.You may also change insurance
agents, so here is a guide to refresh your memory
about your insurance needs.
you will want to get to know your community and meet
the people in your community to adjust to life in
a new city. There are many city guides that will help
you learn about the community but be sure to check
out all of the local community resources such as the
local welcome wagon, local clubs, groups, churches,
etc., and for business contacts, the chamber of commerce,
office, any referral network
groups and such. Make new friends and business
contacts quickly and you'll enjoy your new community
that much faster!
Best of luck!
You have my best and warmest wishes for success.
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