For budgetory reasons, many companies wait until year end (or the start of a new year) to transfer employees.
A new job in a new location! The opportunity can open doors and horizons for you and your family. It may be one of the most rewarding experiences of your career.
The critical decision to accept a new position is only the first of many which surround the relocation process. Such decisions may seem overwhelming. You need a real estate professional who specializes in relocation - an agent who can help make the transition to your new destination smooth and successful.
If you are moving to the New York City area, you might find home prices more expensive than in other regions of the country. I did, when I moved here from Ohio! However, Dutchess County is an affordable solution - and commuter trains make going to work a breeze. Many commuters find their time on the train to be a perfect opportunity to decompress, catch up on news, and read.
Your company may have made arrangements with a number of carefully selected relocation service providers. Handling all facets of relocation, these companies will be able to offer professional solutions to many of the questions you may have. You'll find that all share an ultimate goal - that of helping you and your family move quickly and easily.
If you're considering a move to or from Dutchess County:
I am a speciallist when it comes to employee relocation and Century 21 Anita Ferri Realty is a registered brokerage, affiliated with various relocation companies. What sets me apart from other real estate agents when it comes to relocation? Before beginning my real estate career, I previously worked for the largest relocation company in the world. I also had to move several times in the past due to corporate relocation, so I can relate personally and professionally to the needs of a relocating family. I understand the relocation process from every angle!
For more information about relocating to or from Dutchess County, please visit my website: