A friend of mine informed me that her husband’s whole department at the firm where he’s working at, are relocating to Baltimore, Maryland. Her husband has no choice but to accept the new directive because a new job in a new firm is simply not feasible. Thus, they have to relocate to Baltimore.
She’s very anxious and stressed out because they only have five months to prepare till the scheduled relocation date. Currently, they’re renting a house in Long Island, but with the impending move, they are now considering to buy their first home and she’s excited about the idea of becoming a soon to be homeowner. I have been helping her out the little way I can specifically in researching possible movers, mortgage companies and insurance. I can very well understand her predicament, as moving is one of the hardest things to do. You’re not only concerned with what and when, you’re also concerned with how the move is going to be done.
I’m swiftly getting all the necessary information and bids from different movers after she gave me the list of their stuff. She herself has already received several quotations for their car insurance. As far as the mortgage for their new home is concerned, she’s already zeroed in on the type of mortgage that they’re interested in( I was surprised to find out, that there’s a lot of different kinds of mortgages) and are now applying for pre-approval.
Things are moving pretty fast, and she can only thank a website called nationalrelocation.com. I wouldn’t have been able to help as much and facilitate things for her. She has a baby, and you know how tough it is to have to plan for a move, and take care of a baby at the same time. Add to that, the fact that she is also a working mom.