Relocation Tips: Take the Big Stress Out of a Big Move

Charlotte NC Relocation Tips: Take the Big Stress Out of a Big Move


Today’s tight housing market and a rebound in relocations make moving to your dream home a bumpy ride. The right strategies and tools, however, can smooth the way.Despite North Carolina’s unemployment rate inching a bit higher in July, the Charlotte real estate market continues to recover nicely.   This was the first uptick in the closely watched economic indicator since the first of the year.   North Carolina’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose one-tenth of one percent to 8.9% and the supply of homes fell one-tenth of one percent to 4.0 months.

This article provides great tips from selecting a city in which to move to selecting a mover.  If you’re relocating to the Charlotte area, give us a call.  We specialize in relocation clients and love showing newcomers around our beautiful city!


Debe Maxwell‘s insight:

“With unemployment falling from 10% in 2009 to 7.4% today, and with fewer homeowners carrying underwater mortgages — 850,000 homes exited negative equity in the first quarter of 2013 — people are more willing and able to pick up stakes.

The Census Bureau says nearly 5.1 million people moved to a new state last year — up 17% from 2010 and the highest level since 2006. And as real estate has recovered, demand has outstripped existing supply:  Only 5.2 months’ worth of homes were on sale in June, down from 9.4 in 2010.”

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