Relocation

Relocating to Miami

Relocation, whether international or domestic, can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. Our goal is to guide you throughout the process, reducing the time consuming burden of the transfer.

We understand what it’s like to move to a different city or even a different country. That claim is based on our personal experience as expats, as well as our experience in the Miami Area property market and schools.

Relocating to a new city is an important decision that affects your daily life and personal well-being. That’s why we are personally committed to tailoring a relocation solution that best suits your needs and requirements.
Our reputation is based on the happiness of our clients and the excellent relationships we have with them.

How can we help you?
We will help you choose the Neighborhood that suits your lifestyle and family dynamic.
We will help you find the right House for your family.
We will help you choose the right Schools for your children.
We have successfully helped our clients settle in to their new lives in Miami , within their desired time frame, and will be happy to do the same for you.

Relocation Guide

Choose the right Neighborhood, and the right House

Choosing a new place to live is focusing on selecting the community that will be a right fit for everyone in the family. This is critical to ensure that in the long term the relocation is a positive experience for everyone involved.

Choosing the right House is the match between the right neighborhood and your budget. Narrow the geographic focus to look at specific communities to see which provide the best resources and locations for you. Identify preferred neighborhoods by evaluating schools, activities and other important community considerations relevant for your family.

When looking for a specific house, consider distances from your new home to key places and places you often travel. It’s important to select a neighborhood with a reasonable commute to work, schools and activities.

Visit the area – the old-fashioned way

The Internet will be an invaluable resource for you to learn about neighborhoods, schools, transportation options, crime rates and other important factors to help narrow your search. This research on the web is valuable and can be done at your convenience. However, meeting with a real estate agent and investigating housing options is an important step in finding the right community and specific home. Your Realtor has a deep knowledge of the area and has access to resources for everything from doctors to family activities. There is no cost to using this invaluable local resource!

One or more actual visits to the new location are important steps for this critical decision. Spend time in neighborhoods you are considering. Make the drive to your work location during the hours you will normally be traveling. Visit the schools your children might attend. Tour the gym or community center and get a sense of the community atmosphere to help you choose the most comfortable neighborhood for your family. Answer the important question: “Does this feel like home?”

Get acclimated

The final relocation step is getting used to your new home. A good place to start is meeting the neighbors. Find people within the community with similar interests through meet-up groups, health clubs, community activities or sports leagues. Volunteering with schools or community groups is also a great way to meet new people. Getting involved will allow you to quickly become part of the fabric of the community.

Relocating to a new place is an exciting time, providing the opportunity and challenge of moving out of your comfort zone. Find the best option for yourself and your family, organize the details and then go about the process of creating new friendships and enjoying new experiences in this exciting fresh start in a new home.