What is the best way to relocate from one state to another?

What is the best way to relocate from one state to another?

I want to move to NC from SFLA but I don'-t know how to begin starting from scratch. Is it easy to get stable in NC like for example find a job, buy a house, is auto insurance cheap? I am twenty years old, I do not have a college degree of any kind, I'-ve worked as a file clerk with the same company for 3 years. I have a car. I want to move away from here but I have no clue how to relocate and establish myself. Any tips or personal experience anyone wants to share?

Linda

Best way to start is look online and start subscribing to newspapers from the areas you like. My family moved from California to Shallotte, NC 14 years ago. We received the local paper out there and we were able to check out the area, including the job market, real estate, etc. My parents also vacationed out here and checked out the place before we made the move. I recommend saving money for first and last month's rent on a place. You'll need that to move in a rental, then get a job, before you look at buying a place. How much rent will just depend on the area you move to. I love North Carolina, and I would never go back to CA! If you're looking on going to a university, you probably want to move to Raleigh, Durham, Asheville, or Charlotte. You're off to a good start with a car and a job you've had for a while. Good luck!

Who

Not too hard but requires planning. SO, for auto insurance simply ask for a quote from your current company based on the city you want to live. If they require an address, find an address based on a location you MIGHT want to live. Housing is easy to find on-line and you will have to rent a place at first....Even if you can afford it, don't buy immediately as you need to find out what the areas are like.As to a job..that can be difficult and really depends upon both your experience, jobs available in the area, and your ability to sell yourself into that market. You will have to adjust your resume for the job you are applying for though.I am not sure how much you make at your current job, but likely (no offense) not a lot. So you might want to consider renting a place as a roommate rather than your own apartment. WHile in Chicago (and going through a divorce) I had an apartment downtown off Michigan Ave and extra rooms so I rented one out which worked out great. You will have to interview the people etc over the phone, but have certain guidelines: smoking, drugs, sleep overs, times to go to bed normally, dishes, electric, paying cash for bills/receipt. I would suggest going with a person whom is a professional or student in med school.Moving your stuff...only take what you really need. Don't store things as you will likely not go back for them. Minimize your expenses (car paid for?, credit cards?).Consider even living in a hospice which can be a good place while you look for work. They have rules etc which will work in your favor and the kids there should be able to point you in a good direction.Returning to work: Your resume needs to be clear...Have it updated with a current address in S FL. Consider that you may have to work in a restaurant waiting tables, washing dishes, etc while you look for the job you want to do. These are great jobs for moving to another location.Been there, several times...And don't listen to people like FakeID who obviously did not even read the question. Morons...

fakeid412

Hey, try somewhere else instead of SFO or LAX...... Gas price and tax are too high over here. Even insurance are pretty high over here. Everyone want to move out, why did you want to wast your money here.... try to move to new location or city and look for another job there. "JUST NOT IN CALIFORNIA" OK!!!.........

slippped

just go there, rent an apartment, look for work, meet new people, don't worry, you'll be fine...Source(s):yameididthat

wikid14141

pack your stuff.. empty the bank account and take off your rear view mirror.

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