The Veterans’ Complete Guide to Relocation



Entering military retirement is an exciting, but often overwhelming, time — especially if you’re looking for a new home. If you’ve recently completed your military service and are looking to move into a new home, there are a number of factors you’ll need to consider. The right size, the best location, your price range as well as any financial assistance you might be eligible for, and any accessibility modifications you might need are all key to finding the best abode for your family. This guide will cover all the considerations that lie ahead and offer helpful resources to assist you even further. Finding the right home takes time, especially if you’re hoping to start or expand your family, but in the end it will be worth the work!

Finding the Right Home

There are quite a few decisions to be made before you officially begin your search. As you’ve probably heard, the number one rule of real estate is location. Perhaps you’re hoping to move back to your hometown to raise a family, or want a fresh start in a brand new city.

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