In a tight real estate market like we have experienced for over the past two years, high demand for rentals puts extra pressure on an assignee. Even astute, resourceful folks who find several good options prior to the tour day are likely to find them already rented. By scheduling an accompanied tour, the assignee can rely on the local real estate expert to pay close attention to the availability of rentals so that their search is more efficient.
A few words of praise about America’s older industrial cities: they sometimes receive a bad rap from the press, and unfortunately from some relocation folks. But it’s important to understand that places like Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and St. Louis offer many attractive lifestyle options from downtown lofts in lively neighborhoods to leafy suburbs.
At CORT, we are renowned as one of the world’s largest and most trusted providers of rental furniture for the home and office, furnished housing, relocation services and for our customer service. However, there are times when owning furniture makes good sense, such as when a furniture item just fits a space perfectly.
Moving somewhere entirely new can be a major adventure for a single person, let alone a family. Relocating an entire organization, adding new business locations, even shuffling employees to new locales adds a challenging logistical complication to an already complex operation. Yet, proper preparation, planning and expertise can make a crucial difference between wasted time and money or a seamless transition.
It’s become increasingly common for companies in all types of industries to branch out in global markets. This frequently means internationally relocating employees and their families. Quality relocation services are needed to make this huge logistical undertaking as seamless as possible.
Let’s think about it. You’re an upwardly mobile, ambitious, valuable employee of a fast-paced, growing organization. You find a great career opportunity in the Bay Area and decide to relocate to San Fransisco.