It’s moving day! Congratulations, you have an accepted offer and the closing is completed. Finally, all of your determination, organization and hard work has been done, right? Wrong! Now, it is time to put the same preparation and research into making the physical move.
The moving process is taken for granted. Yet, no matter how often you have moved, something may go wrong or may be forgotten, or signals get crossed. The best way to avoid that is to communicate and prepare. We realize there is a difference between moving across town versus moving out of state. However, this information may just help make your move smooth and frustration-free no matter where your destination takes you. You are also moving from a home to a home. Click here to learn the details.
Let’s look at some specific questions sent in by DearMonty readers from across the country. Read more Q&A articles about the “Moving Day” stage of the Home Buying process:
You have an accepted offer, and the closing completed. All of your determination, organization and hard work is finished, right? Wrong! Now, you must put the same preparation and research toward moving into your home. The moving process can be taken for granted. No matter how often you have moved, something may go wrong or […]
A Family Moving For An Employer A transferee is an individual whose employer has asked them to relocate. Companies relocate employees for a wide variety of business reasons. In many cases, these new assignments are long term and require that the entire family’s participation in the relocation. Typically, the employee sells their home in the […]