People making relocation moves aren’t merely moving from one home to another… They’re uprooting their entire lives!
Everything changes…Schools, physicians, household services, repairmen, dry cleaners, etc., etc., etc.
Having spent 13 years in Human Resources, I was intimately involved with the transfer of employees and their families into and out of the Twin Cities. In fact, it was this constant exposure and involvement with relocation issues that helped launch my real estate career!
Today, approximately 35% of my business volume involves relocating buyers and sellers. In dealing with and trying to resolve issues faced by transferees, I am committed to doing everything possible to make the relocation transition as easy as possible.
It’s critical to remember that when considering a home, especially one that you’ll likely be selling again sometime in the future, that different parts of the country have their own idiosyncrasies with regard to what features of a home and lot are desirable.
For example, in some parts of the country corner lots are considerably more preferable than in others; some floor plans without a formal dining room are acceptable in some areas while discouraged in other areas.
I try to educate and consult my clients as to the preferences of the local real estate market in all such matters so that they make informed decisions that will help them find a home that meets their needs and provides the greatest opportunity for future resale opportunities.
Special Relocation Services:
- A Personalized Tour of the Twin Cities
- School District Analysis
- Twin Cities Neighborhood Maps
- Moving Guides
- Preferred Vendor/Supplier Information
- Mortgage Pre-Approval Assistance
- Personal Banking Referrals
- Neighborhood Reviews
- Twin Cities Information Packets
- How to Buy in a Home in the Twin Cities “Buyers Guide”
- Relocation Guidelines for Spouses, Kids and Teens
- Comparative Market Analysis
Marty Siegel, GRI, CRS
Coldwell Banker Burnet