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Monthly Archives: May 2016

3 Things to Expect During the Busy Summer Moving Season

With summer right around the corner, it’s time to gear up for a whirlwind of transferees moving their families around the world. Every employee will have their own unique moving experience but there are a few trends that stick out each and every year. So who is responsible for handling common issues? When a company works with a quality 3 things to expect this busy summer moving seasonrelocation management company, HR can rest assured that their transferees are well taken care of. However, that doesn’t mean that your company’s gatekeepers are totally off the hook. When it comes to relocation benefits, there is no one size fits all package, which means exception requests are bound to happen. Aside from selling and buying a home, the physical household goods move is the most stressful aspect of a relocation for your transferee. We are gearing up for 2016’s busy moving season, so I figured I’d share some typical but vital lessons.

It’s a Seller’s Market, Buyers Just Live In It

It’s almost that time, the busy summer moving season. In just a few short weeks, transferees around the country will Seller's Marketbe packing up their homes and preparing to go through the relocation process. With a solid program and help from a quality Relocation Management Company, the process should be relatively seamless and smooth but the home finding/buying step is always a little stressful. Unfortunately, this year may be even tougher because in many parts of the country, there is a lack of homes for sale. Because of this, it’s really important to provide as much support and as many resources as possible for your transferee, especially if they happen to be buying for their first time.

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