We have assisted many Buyers & Sellers with their relocation needs in leaving and coming to Clark County. We take this major life change very serious and will give you the 'white glove service' you need during the entire transaction. Whether you need someone to pick you up at the airport to view a hot new home that came on the market or need a referred & preferred moving company to pack your boxes; we’ve done it before and we’re happy to do it again for YOU.
It's not easy moving to a new community. There are unfamiliar neighborhoods to learn, perhaps schools to consider and the potential headaches of the actual move itself. You need the assistance of someone who truly knows and understands the community. That's why you want the right Real Estate professional to be there for you, every step of the way.
We've helped many individuals and families from all over the country with their relocation to Clark County and can provide the same thoughtful, reliable service to you. The most important thing is to make sure you find a home that you love in an area that fits your needs. If you'd like, we can start by sending you some basic community and school information for you to look over. Let us know specifically what you are looking for and we’ll begin searching for your new home in your community of interest.
You can also begin browsing available homes using the Advanced Search feature on our website. It's a nice way to get a feel for what kind of homes are for sale in different communities. Our amazing site allows you to perform very detailed searches using search fields typically reserved only for real estate agents, so it's a great place to start.
We sincerely look forward to speaking with you about this exciting time in your life. Please contact us with any questions you may have.
Moving to a new city can be exciting, but it can also be a trying experience. If you're leaving our area and have questions that need answering, we can help. From finding the right Real Estate Broker in your new city to helping you pick a moving company that is right for you, we’ll help make your transition to a new life a smooth one.
If this move means selling the house you're in currently, we can work to get you the best deal possible on your timetable. If you only need information on relocating to another part of the country, we'll help there too.
Please give us a call so we can talk about this important time in your life. We look forward to the chance to help you in any way I can.
If you're in the early stages of relocating to a new community you probably have many questions. It can be hard to know where to begin. That's why we've compiled a short list of tips that can help you remember key steps to a successful relocation.
While time constraints are often beyond your control, it's critical to get the ball rolling as soon as you become aware of the future move. If you currently own a home, you should begin the selling process. If renting, you need to check with your landlord regarding the status of your lease and potential penalties you may incur by moving. Of course, you will need to look for a home in your new city. If pressed for time it might be more appropriate to search for a rental before committing to the purchase of a home. Wel can be of great assistance in these areas.
Arrange a garage sale, give unwanted items to friends or donate them to charity. Start organizing for your move and purchase boxes and other moving supplies.
File change of address forms and make the necessary arrangements for your children at school. Call all your utility companies and schedule the cancellation of service for at least 1-2 days after your planned move date. Remember, many utility companies will charge you an extra billing cycle if not given enough notice.
Decide how much involvement you need from your moving company (packing, unpacking, etc.) and investigate moving companies (we'll provide suggestions). Get a full estimate and ask the moving company representative any questions you may have. Consider the benefits of moving insurance and check with your insurance provider to see what protection they recommend.
Moving can be very hard on your children, but there are steps you can take to help alleviate your children's fears. Communicate with them as to exactly what's going on, and get them involved in the moving process and the search for a new home. If they have a favorite toy, pack it last.
Maintain your pet's daily routine until the day of the move. Take your pet for a routine veterinary appointment and obtain all necessary records. Moving by car is the least upsetting for the animal, but if flying is the only option be sure to plan early. Space for pets on commercial airliners is often limited. You may wish to consider a pet transportation service, which can greatly help your pet with the transition.
Your moving company may be able to accommodate your car, but it can be costly given the fact that most general moving companies charge based on gross weight. There are companies that specialize in car shipping. Other services can have your car driven to its destination. Check with your auto insurance company about coverage during transport.
Make a move-in shopping list, set up utilities immediately and start unpacking!
These are just a few pointers to help you organize your relocation. Our website has additional resources available, and we'd be happy to help you with any and all aspects of your relocation. Please call and let us know how we can be of assistance.