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How to Prepare for a Corporate Move?



Analysts say the economy is showing gradual signs of stability. During this past year many lost jobs, homes and more. As the dust settles companies are beginning to lift hiring freezes, others are transferring from one department to the next. Transition is abounding. If you're in the number of those relocating to another city or state let me offer some advice on how to carry out your relocation successfully.

As you begin to focus on the best way to transition to your new environment it's important to secure a corporate relocation team to manage your move. Nothing is more stressful than attempting to move without the proper support. Undoubtedly moving is a bear all by itself, but moving to a new city can be worst. Hiring an experienced corporate relocation team alleviates the stress and strain from your move. Corporate movers typically assign a moving coordinator or relocation team to supervise your entire relocation. This individual(s) will serve as your one-stop-shop for your moving needs.

Now, some corporations ask if you have a preference on a moving company, others may have a preferred van line they use. Either way there are some common threads that must exist for you to have a successful move.

Employers require you provide them with moving quotes in writing. Many recommend a certain amount of moving quotes for their review. Find out your requirements and begin to pull together your moving estimates for submission. This can be accomplished via phone for small apartment moves or an in-home estimator can come out for an appointment and conduct a full needs analysis of your home.

As you review your needs with the moving coordinator make sure you inquire about the moving services that are included in your cost. Sometimes advertisements boast special moving services, but in some cases there's an additional fee required. I know the bill is being footed by your company but you want to make sure you're spending their money wisely and at the same time, getting the type of moving service you deserve. Once you've secured the recommended amount of estimates you can submit those to your office for review.

Ideally the moving company you are most comfortable with should be who you select. However, if that choice is not yours at least make sure that the one you choose addresses all of your moving concerns. Corporate moving can be smooth with the proper corporate relocation team at the helm.

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