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December 11, 2020

Relocating to Tulsa and Oklahoma City for Work? 4 Steps to Make the Move a Success!

Relocating for workby Julie DeLong, Oil Capitol Relocation 

If you've found a new job that will require relocation, great job! It is an exhilarating occasion. You have countless new encounters in front of you. Concurrently, your next several months can likely prove incredibly demanding. To make your relocation to Tulsa and Oklahoma City successful, make sure you develop a sound strategy upfront.
 

Four Ways to Make Your Job Relocation Move a Success

As a professional moving company in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, we understand that moves may never be free of stress, however to lower the possibilities of being caught unaware, consider the following four steps.

Step 1: Find out about relocation assistance.

A study of people who recently moved for their jobs found that many companies provided help with moving expenses.

While some businesses will offer you this upfront, others may need some prodding. In any event, make sure you contact the proper department inside your new organization and ask about relocation assistance.

Step 2: Explore your new hometown.

Before you even start looking at properties, take time to get familiar with your new town.

· What are the distinct neighborhoods like?

· Which school districts do you find appealing?

· Which area makes for the best commute?

While you examine your new area, make an effort to plan an in-person visit. Drive the neighborhoods, see the sights, wander the sidewalks, and get to know a number of people. Notice where you feel most at home.

If it's not achievable to plan an in-person trip in advance of your move, you may still find out quite a lot online.

· Scope out businesses by means of their websites as well as Facebook pages.

· Chart routes via Google Street View.

· See if your new town has any online forums you may sign up for where you can ask questions.

The more you find out upfront, the less overwhelmed you'll likely feel when you get there.

Step 3: Develop a realistic timetable.

If you are a new hire, you've already been provided an estimated start date. Using that date as a target, graph your optimal timetable in reverse.

Some factors to think about:

· How long will it take to house hunt and secure a location to reside?

· How long should it take to put your existing house on the market?

How long can it take to pack?

· How long will it take to make the actual move?

· How long would it take to unpack as well as settle in?

In our experience, the last point is too often forgotten. You don't want your first day at your new job to be on the heels of a mad scramble to unbox enough boxes to locate the right outfit for your big day.

Step 4: Hire a moving company in Tulsa and Oklahoma City.

A lot of people depend on family and friends to assist them to move. If you are moving out of town, however, whether it's to another state or around the globe, that choice is usually off the table. Even if you are just moving locally, sometimes you ought to save your friends the seriously hard work.

Professional movers in Tulsa and Oklahoma City take a weight off your mind (and back!) and are frequently far more reasonably priced than you've probabably heard.

We Can Help

At Oil Capitol Relocation in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, we supply residential, commercial, and corporate moving solutions. We do the heavy lifting, which means you don't have to. With no-contact services currently available, we're here to help you move without risk and efficiently, regardless of where or when.

Give us a call today!

 

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