1. Where will you be working?
2. How close a commute do you want that to be?
3. What amenities (like parks, schools, places to eat, etc) do you want near your home?
4. What's your budget?
5. How much space (bedrooms, living/dining) do you need?
Then we'll probably suggest some communities that meet those criteria and direct you to some specific websites or other information so you can research lifestyles and so on.
Look for some designations that might indicate their ability to help, such as CRP (Certified Relocation Professional), but most of us have experience dealing with the moving issues. Try the website below to see a map and plot various sights, amenities and other useful information.
Liz Renfro, Realtor
William Davis Realty
I specialize in residential leasing
Dallas homes for rent by owner Dallas TX
Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Credit Repair Advisor
Your smart to begin researching now so you can zero in on a specific area when moving time comes. The good news is that leasing assistance won't cost you a thing! We need to look at things beyond your specific house requirements like distance to work, schools (if you have children), the activities and amenities you'd like to be near, etc. in order to find the best possible location. Feel free to contact me - I work with relo clients frequently.
If you find an agent with relo experience on your own and there are no negotiated limitations with your employer then you can likely work with them. Just be sure you ask the question so you don't lose assistance.
Good luck to you!
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Not sure exactly what you mean by relocation specialist?
Please email me with the details you need and we will see if we can assist you.
Keller Williams Realty