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Relocation Apprasials

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BRIAN MAZOR

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BAYSIDE APPRASIALS

I USE TO PERFORM RELOCATION APPRAISALS FOR A COMPANY A FEW YEARS AGO IN MARYLAND, AS I WAS WORKING TO ESTABLISH MYSELF. NOW SINCE I'M ON MY OWN AND HAVE MOVED TO A NEW STATE (VIRGINIA) I WANT TO GET INTO THEM AGAIN. ANYONE NOW WHERE TO START? I LIVE IN A HEAVILY OCCUPIED MILITARY AREA OF VIRGINIA AND KNOW THE DEMAND HAS GOT TO BE THERE. THANKS IN ADVANCE.
 

Judy Whitehead (Florida)

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First of all, Brian, turn off the all caps - don't mean to be "mean" but in computer language that is like shouting. :eyecrazy: Then, secondly, you need to contact the ERC, or the Employee Relocation Council to get a start. It costs money to join and everybody has to pay the full fee which applies January to January each year regardless of when you join. I was so busy last year that I didn't join, but am thinking about it this year. The fee was a bit pricey - couple of hundred dollars, but then again we charge a good bit more for relos anyway. There are other ways to get relos but that would be a good start for you. They have a web site that you can probably find pretty easy with any search engine.
 
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