John   Martelotti

John Martelotti

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Moving Up and On: Tips for a Successful Career-Related Relocation


Making the decision to relocate for a career opportunity can be both exciting and overwhelming. It is important to understand the cost of living in your new city, find suitable housing, set a budget, create an impressive resume with online templates, stay organized, and if you are relocating your business, register with the state. These tips from realtor John Martelotti will help make this transition easier.

Recognize the Living Expenses in Your New City. Before you move it is important to research the cost of living in your new city. This includes everything from rent prices, groceries, and utilities to transportation costs that need to be taken into account when setting your budget for moving. Planning ahead will ensure that you have enough money for all your moving expenses.

Viewing Web Postings to Find a Home. Once you have an idea of what the cost of living is like in your new city it’s time to start researching rental home prices in key areas that fit within your budget. Scouring online listings and utilizing the filters of cost, home type (apartment or house), bedrooms, and bathrooms will be your best friend when sorting through potential options. A few even offer virtual tours to save you a trip before signing that lease agreement.

Prepare a Budget. Make sure that you set a realistic budget for yourself before making any big decisions regarding moving expenses such as packing materials or movers fees. Having an understanding of how much money you have available to spend on relocation expenses can help keep costs low while also ensuring that everything gets done on time without breaking the bank. Additionally, setting aside some funds for unexpected expenses is always recommended when making big changes such as relocating for work purposes.

Create a Special Resume. Creating a resume before moving to a new city can be key to finding employment opportunities. There are many guides and resources online that can help you create a resume that you’re proud to send to potential employers. For instance, this tool will help you create a PDF online that you can use to highlight all your hard-won experience in order to land you the job you deserve.‚Äč

Remain Organized. When making any big changes such as relocating it’s important to stay organized throughout the entire process from start to finish. Make lists of items needed/wanted (such as furniture) and tasks that need to be completed prior to relocation day so nothing falls through the cracks or gets overlooked during this busy time period. Staying organized will make things much easier once you arrive at your new home away from home.

Register Your LLC With a Formation Service. Relocating an existing limited liability company (LLC) is a complex process that requires registering with the state and filing accurate paperwork. Using a formation service prior to any moves can save time and money when it comes to potential questions or disputes down the line. Filing the necessary documents beforehand ensures that all steps are handled properly from the beginning.

Communicate with Your Kids. Finally, if children are involved then talk with them about their feelings regarding this move. Let them know what they should expect during this transition period while also addressing any questions/concerns they may have about leaving their current school/home/friends behind etc., Doing so can help alleviate any fear or anxiety they may feel during this exciting yet scary time period.

Moving to a new place for career opportunities can be both stressful and rewarding. Doing research ahead of time can make the transition much smoother, such as looking into rental homes and prices, creating unique resumes online, and discussing any fears with children. Having these best practices in mind is the first step towards successful relocation that comes with an exciting new opportunity.

*Whether you’re a buyer or a seller, John Martelotti is here to help! Call 917-202-8309.


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