Print FAQ Page (pdf)“We’re here to find the perfect home for the men and women who protect our homes.”
1) What is Military Moving Relocation?
Military Moving Relocation is a national relocation company with over 30 years of experience. We are an elite team of real estate professionals dedicated to a singular purpose: providing the men and women of our country’s armed forces with a level of comprehensive customer service that exceeds their expectations.
2) What is our approach?
Our approach is hands on and low maintenance.
Our qualified relocation experts have been pre-screened to ensure that you receive the highest level of service and professional guidance. Many are former military – which means they have the knowledge and insight to help you navigate the processes and paperwork of moving into a new home.
Our objective is to ensure that you receive the highest levels of service and professional guidance from Day One. Because many of our relocation experts are former military, they not only have the knowledge and insight to help you with processes and paperwork but they also have a deep understanding and appreciation for what it is that you do and what you need to make your move as smooth as possible.
3) How does the process work? back to top
We employ qualified relocation experts who have been pre-screened to ensure the highest levels of service and professional guidance. Many are former military – which means they have the knowledge and insight to help you navigate the processes and paperwork of moving into a new home.
Our relocation experts work with you to make sure your moving process is as comfortable and stress-free as possible. We believe that it’s all about comfort and confidence.
Military Moving Relocation’s exclusive and extensive Automated Housing Relocation Network will connect you with your own highly qualified relocation expert who will listen to your needs and concerns and work closely with you to meet or exceed every one of your expectations.
4) How should I plan for my move? back to top
4–12 Weeks Before You Move:
• If you own your home, contact your military moving relocation specialist to begin the selling process.
• Establish your preferred moving dates.
• Use our Resources pages to:
• Compare school districts
• Obtain free city reports
• Use our salary and mortgage calculators to compare
• Set up a house-hunting trip to your new city.
• Have a garage sale or donate goods you do not want to move. This will help you save costs on the move.
4–12 Weeks Before You Move: back to top
• Contact Military Moving Relocation to find and purchase your new home; arrange financing; establish settlement dates.
• Make a list of everyone you need to notify of your move.
• Obtain change of address cards from your local post office.
• Check with your school on transferring your children’s school records.
• Research driver’s license requirements for the state where you are moving.
• Find out from the IRS or your accountant if moving expenses are tax deductible.
• Discuss your insurance agent to discuss your insurance needs for your new home with your Military Moving Relocation Specialist.
• Select a new bank in your new city.
3 Weeks Before You Move: back to top
• Make a decision on whether you will pack your own cartons or if you’d like to utilize a professional packing service.
• Begin the packing process if you are doing it yourself.
• Compile all personal records.
• Change your address on credit cards, magazine subscriptions.
• If you have children, arrange for them to be at a babysitter during loading day.
• Arrange to have your utilities disconnected after your move-out day.
• Arrange to connect your utilities the day before your scheduled move-in day.
2 Weeks Before You Move: back to top
• Plan to use all the food in your refrigerator and freezer.
• Clean your home and clear basement and attics.
• Cancel all current delivery services such as newspapers.
• Dispose of all flammables, cleaners, paints, aerosols, ammunition, etc.
• Clear out your safety deposit box. Transfer bank accounts.
• Be sure that you have packed everything in advance.
• Drain the oil and gasoline from your lawn mower, and other power tools if they are to be moved.
One Week Before You Move: back to top
• Confirm your travel arrangements for your family.
• Provide contact phone numbers for your Military Moving Relocation Specialist so that you are accessible during your move.
• Empty and clean your refrigerator and freezer, clean your stove, etc.
• Only use those household items that you’ll need, such as sheets, towels, a few pans and dishes. Make sure everything else is ready to be moved.
Moving Day: back to top
• Once moving van is loaded, double check that nothing was left behind in closets, basement, attic, cabinets, drawers, etc.
• Make sure your children and pets are not at home so that they do not get in the way of the moving process.