Military Relocation Services
Getting Transferred Again?
The military life keeps you on the go from day to day, and month to month, whether you're on a shore duty billet and standing all night watches every third day, or dealing with sea duty and deployments, and the emotional roller coaster of the ship coming and going…here and gone… in and out. If that wasn't hard enough already, then every 2-3 years you're uprooting your family to be reassigned to a new command. It means getting used to new neighborhoods, new schools, and learning your way around a new base. Where's the commissary? Where's medical? Where's the closest military credit union? What neighborhood offers the best schools for my kids? There's nothing simple or easy about the military life; not the salary, not the working hours, not the deployments, and the moving can sometimes end up being the hardest part of it all. Transfers can be fun and exciting with a new adventure to look forward to, or depending on the conditions and timing, they can be very difficult. Even in the best of circumstances, moving is a lot of work, and it's usually a busy and stressful time for the whole family.
Finding the right real estate agent can play a key role in making the experience easier on everybody. A smooth flight with an easy landing, that's what a pilot strives for; the ideal conditions that will bring him home with the least amount of effort. When it comes to buying or selling your house, we want to do the same thing; "bring you home with the least amount of effort" on your part. Let us help make this transfer less stressful for you. Our goal is to make your whole real estate experience as smooth and easy as possible. We can honestly say, "been there, done that." We're a military family who knows what you're going through, and we're anxious to help make this a positive transition.
NAS Oceana, NOB Norfolk, NAS Norfolk, Little Creek Amphibious Base, Dam Neck Naval Training Center, Fort Story, Portsmouth Naval Hospital, Langley Air Force Base; all these military installations are located in what we commonly refer to as "Hampton Roads" or the "Tidewater” area. It's our pleasure to work with military personnel reporting here. We can help you decide if you want to live in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, or Suffolk. Commuting times will vary depending on your duty station. You will have a large area to look at when you get here, so let us help you find your way around, and then we can even show you where those commissaries are located too.