This weeks special guest REALTOR® is Kristal Kraft, a relocation expert in Denver, Colorado. Kristal offers some excellent information for making your relocation move as stress free as possible.
Indianapolis to Denver or Denver to Indianapolis;
It is easier than ever to pick up stakes and move from one city to another without skipping a beat.
Today we are equipped with the Internet and can view homes anywhere in the world while sipping java in our pj’s! Reviewing floorplans online, researching school districts and viewing the actual neighborhood...
There are so many things to think about when you transfer from one city to another. One of the first items on your checklist will be obtaining a drivers license in your new State of residency. As someone who has transferred several times in my life, this task was always fairly simple, except for waiting in line.
I've been fairly lucky with the line status in indiana, but obtaining my drivers license required three trips and a barrage of documents. If you do not currently have an Indiana Drivers License, the State now requires SecureID. The premise is, it helps control Identity theft. This sounds like a great idea, and I'm sure it is, but you must be prepared.
The documents you will need include;
- an original or certified birth certificate, or an unexpired US Passport,...
Just like real estate markets differ from town to town, so does the Cost of Living. Indianapolis real estate is the most affordable housing in the nation and now you can check how Indianapolis compares to other cities across the nation for cost of living. Courtesy of CNNMoney, this helpful calculator measures the change in living expenses a person would face when moving between any two major cities in America. The key expenses compared are:
The comparison data is provided by C2ER which, on its own Web site, charges $4.95 for each city-to-city comparison. At CNNMoney.com, the exact same...