3 Military Services That Can Make Your Relocation Easier


When you are a part of a military family, you know just how much moving is involved. Sometimes it can seem like as soon as you get your family settled in one spot, it's time to move again. Because moving is a stressful thing that people go through, when you have to do it so often it can be even more unsettling. To help make your move a whole lot smoother and easier, there are some military programs that are designed to help people just like you.

A Military Home Relocation Agent

Finding a home to live in when you have to suddenly pick up and move can seem a little bit daunting, especially if you're moving to an area that you have never been to. Luckily, there are people called military home relocation agents who are there to help you find a home in an area that's close to base and that is close to things like good schools for your kids. Typically, you will meet with one of these agents ahead of time and go over your list of criteria as far as housing goes, then they will start doing some looking around for you and show you some matches that are suitable to you and your family. From there, you can fly out to your new home town and see them and then start the purchasing process.

Long Distance Movers

Where you're relocating to and how quickly they need you on base will determine whether or not you will get a stipend for things like professional movers. If you do get a stipend, professional movers can make the entire moving process so much easier because they will do all of the heavy lifting for you and will ensure that your things get from point A to point B before you know it.

Military Home Loans

If you are planning on buying a home and are in the right financial space to do so then it's good to talk to your bank about military home loans. Military home loans are unique because they are designed exactly with military personnel in mind. For instance, if you are deployed then your loan usually has some forgiveness times where you won't have to pay your mortgage for an extended period of time. Additionally, you can usually get some low interest rates which will help lower your overall monthly payment. 

To learn more, reach out to a military home relocation agent.


28 April 2020

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