CBV RELOCATION DEPARTMENT
#1 RELOCATION EXPERTS
Our Coldwell Banker Vanguard Relocation experts make moving easy!
We have the Experience, Knowledge, Tools, and Technology
to assist you with all of your Real Estate needs.
If you or someone you know is considering a move, call or email us today
and experience the quality and service you deserve.
Coldwell Banker Vanguard Relocation Experts
Whether you are BUYING or SELLING, our Coldwell Banker Vanguard Agents are the experts in Real Estate. Working with an experienced CBV real estate agent is the best way to make your real estate experience smooth and effortless.
We have the tools available to assist local customers and those moving from out of the area. Think of a Realtor as your extraordinarily adept guide to Florida. What is your major concern about the place you live? Do you want to be close to work? Perhaps you would prefer to be near where you can enjoy the nightlife on a regular basis. If you are a family with young children, then the quality of local schools may be your top concern. Whatever your priorities, your CBV Realtor can give you the answers you seek.
Listing your home? We have the best Real Estate agents in the market. Whether you are moving on your own or making a Corporate move with your employer, we have agents trained and specialize in all these different move types and are authorized to work with all major relocation companies. Coldwell Banker also offers all the tools available to market your home.
Need help outside of our coverage area? We can help with that too. We are a part of the largest Relocation Network in the US. We can connect you with other TOP Real Estate agents in almost anywhere in the US.
Relocation can be tricky, here are some handy links and tips, you can master your relocation with ease:
- Keep things organized – Make notes now and keep primary documents and phone numbers in a folder for safekeeping.
- Get a list of all the records you will need transferring – schools, medical, address change, etc.
- Contact utility companies to disconnect, transfer or connect services. Plan on keeping current services through your move date and having new ones available prior to your move-in date.
- Return library books and pick up dry cleaning or items out for repair.
- Call your local newspaper and set a date to cancel your subscription.
- Call your insurance agent to see what changes to expect in your policies. Ask if moving is covered and arrange for insurance for your new home.
- Contact your bank and/or credit union to transfer or close accounts. Clear out safety deposit boxes. Pick up traveler’s checks or cash for “on the road” expenses.
- Contact health clubs or other organizations to which you belong. Ask how you can end, sell or transfer your membership.
- Climate can really influences our state of mind. If warm, sunny weather with ocean views makes you feel good, arrange to move where you can get plenty of it. Learn about the country’s seasons to see if their compatible with your moods and your health. A very tropical climate might not be healthy for some.
- Check to see if the country offers what you want to do or enjoy. If you enjoy city-based interests – like museums and art galleries – don’t set yourself up in a remote and rural area. Choose your locations appropriately for golfing, beaches, community centers, etc.
- It may be very different than what you are used to. Europe tends to be more expensive, while Asia and Africa are less expensive than the US. Then if you are moving to the US consider the current economic state as well. Housing cost would be critical here. But be aware of the costs of groceries and other shopping items. Some countries having a large low-income population can offer you very inexpensive maid and gardener help. For retirees, this can be a big help.
- The language of Central and South American countries is Spanish (Portuguese for Brazil). But English is understood by many in the cities. Younger people tend to learn English as their second language so you can almost always get someone to help you translate. But many areas have expat communities made up of people like you who live and associate with each other. That way, you can speak English all the time and share common interests.
If you can, plan a trip to your possible future location. Seeing firsthand what’s here and how things work can help make your move smoother. It also helps you get a lay of the land and feel out of the area in person.
Relocation Incentive Programs:
Our brokerage is partnered with some of the largest relocation companies in the US, as well as lenders, military members, and other membership programs that can offer incentives after closing on a home. Contact our Relocation Department for more information to see what programs are available.