Accepting a new job or higher position in a new city can be one of the best experiences of your career. It can also be very disorienting. Grocery store prices, your commute, and even the local language may be different!
Moving to a different country and living abroad is challenging, different and foreign, but it’s something everyone can learn a lesson or two from.
Moving across town in a pain. Moving across the state is a headache. Moving across the country is a nightmare. But imagine what the individuals who are moving here from another country must go through. Every year, thousands of people leave the roots they have always known and move to the U.S. for personal and professional reasons. For those coming for business, the urgency to take care of all the particulars to make their move swift and easy is paramount. The process may seem overwhelming, but there are ways to make it pleasant. It normally starts with a destination services provider.
Why US Millennials, Baby Boomers Choose the Apartment Lifestyle
More Americans, of every age and economic bracket, are choosing to live in apartments. They love the convenient, affordable lifestyle that apartments offer much more than the burdens and expenses of home ownership. Baby boomers – typically empty-nesters – and Millennials, those between 18 and 34 years old, are two of the biggest demographic groups renting apartments now, said Angela Sweet, Director of Destination Services for CORT.
Top Tips for International Apartment-Seekers
Finding the right apartment in the U.S. in the current rental market can be quite a challenge, especially when you are relocating from abroad. The national apartment occupancy rate is over 95 percent and rents have increased an average of five percent across the country in recent months. In certain cities, such as San Francisco and New York, that makes finding and securing the perfect apartment for you and your family tougher than ever. Several different applicants can be competing for the same apartment, as soon as it becomes available.