Moving to a new home is a big change – especially when it’s in a brand new city. I am here to help you every step of the way by making that move as stress free as possible. Providing information on local schools, communities, entertainment, restaurants and places of worship. Finding your perfect home and getting you and your family settled into the community is my number one goal. I will make sure everything is in order before you arrive so you can be ready to start your new position.
Before taking the new position, you should schedule a couple of visits to the city you are relocating to and tour different neighborhoods that fit your lifestyle as well as get a feel for the different neighborhoods and home values in the area.
I will send a survey with information prior to your arrival that you can fill out that will help me get an understanding of your lifestyle and housing needs and desires. Once received I can send you properties that match your search criteria for you to view as well as set you up on a listing alert and anything new that comes on the market will be sent to you immediately.
Once your relocation is confirmed I can help you with:
I can also give a referral to other top Real Estate agents available across the U.S. to help get your current home marketed and sold before your move.
Making the Transition to a new community:
One of the more significant challenges when moving to a new community is developing friendships – even in a very friendly city such as Akron. Fortunately there are ways to engage in the community and meet the people who will become your friends.
Following are some suggestions:
Get your kids active at their schools and enroll them in recreational programs. There’s no question that having children makes it easier to meet people. Make sure you acquaint yourselves with the parents of your children’s friends. Enroll your children in park and sports programs and meet those parents as well.
Another place to meet people is at your place of worship.
Volunteer to be an usher, a greeter or a reader. Or, you can get involved with a committee or event.
Find people with common interests at work.
Corporate wellness committees often have user groups that promote certain types of activities – such as biking, jogging, hiking, etc. These groups offer the opportunity to get to know like-minded people outside of a work setting.
Volunteer. Organizations are always looking for help. http://www.volunteermatch.org/search is an excellent resource for finding an opportunity that interests you.
Join a neighborhood group. Many communities, have group that are actively involved with the local neighborhood. These present ideal opportunities to meet your neighbors and find out what is going on.
Get involved in professional organizations. Almost every profession has a trade organization with a local chapter.