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As regards job transfer relocation, the best place to begin is with your employer. If you company does not provide any relocation services, ask for employee referrals in the office to which you will be moving. Local colleagues are a great resource and will often offer their time and assistance to help you find a new place to live.

Re/Max Foothills Real Estate
(864) 944-5559
305 McCall Brothers DrSte A
Salem, SC
 
Gibbs Realty & Auction Co
(864) 855-3929
402 E 2nd Ave
Easley, SC

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Prudential C Dan Joyner Co
(864) 238-7057
3450 Highway 153
Easley, SC
 
Crane Real Est Resource Group
(864) 294-9100
5000 Old Buncombe Rd Ste 47
Greenville, SC

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First Realty GMAC
(800) 777-9316
455 By Pass 123 Ste A
Seneca, SC

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Re/Max Foothills Real Estate
(864) 654-4345
1017 Tiger BlvdPO Box 111
Clemson, SC
 
Ribgy Co Realtors
(864) 752-4663
4783 Hwy 153
Easley, SC

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(864) 944-8378
104 Cliffs Falls Pkwy
Salem, SC

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Re/Max Foothills Real Estate
(864) 654-4345
1017 Tiger Blvd
Clemson, SC

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(864) 313-8580
220 North main
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Job Transfer Relocation

Q: I am relocating to a new city on my own due to a job transfer. How should I go about finding a new place to live?

The best place to begin is with your employer. If you company does not provide any relocation services, ask for employee referrals in the office to which you will be moving. Local colleagues are a great resource and will often offer their time and assistance to help you find a new place to live.

Nonetheless, since you will be new to town I recommend that you take a few days exploring all the local neighborhoods before your official move date. This way you can find a location that best suits your lifestyle needs and avoid being taken advantage of by brokers and landlords.

After that, go online! That's where everyone is going today and it is the best place for information. Visit several different websites and look for apartments that fit your criteria. A great place to start is Craigslist.com since you can deal directly with homeowners. Another excellent national property engine is Move.com which provides a wealth of local information, relocation calculators and sub-sites such as WelcomeWagon.com.

If you need a little hands-on help, you can find a real estate agent in any city at Realtor.com. Just make sure that they are associated with a reputable real estate company and professionally certified.

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