Relocation Means You have to Find a New Job

If you want to move any long distance, whether to another city, state, province or country, every person encounters the same problem: the new job. Those of us who move because of a new job opportunity don’t need to worry about finding work; however, we do need to worry about the job itself. Even if… Read more »

3 More Tips on Moving to a Foreign Country

On March 26th, we examined three tips for international moves—obviously not too exhaustive. So, here are three more for the time being: Find a Job – This may seem obvious, however, if you plan to move before you have a job lined up, make sure to start looking before you head overseas. Thanks to the… Read more »

Six Deadly Sins of Moving Day

Hannah Leung from relocation.com lays out the six steps you cannot skip or forget on moving day as explained by a 30-year veteran of the moving industry, Karen Tooley. Don’t Skip the Final Walk-through After your Stuff’s Loaded– Tooley recommends a final walk-through of your old home before the movers leave because it can be… Read more »

3 Tips for Moving to a Foreign Country

The following article, Sharon De Hinojosa from Tefl-Tips, examines three tips to keep in mind when moving to a foreign country: 1. Bring Enough Money: Make sure you have enough start-up cash when moving long distances.  Some places may provide you with the majority of amenities, while  others will expect you to provide all. 2…. Read more »

British Columbia prices to drop sharply in 2012

Brian Morton from the Vancouver Sun announces that the Canadian Real Estate Association has projected that B.C. home prices will be decreasing this year.  “The forecast average drop of four per cent – the biggest decline in the country and far steeper than the 1.1-per-cent forecast drop nationally-will bring the average price of a residential… Read more »

British Columbia Population Grows

 The Vancouver Sun reports that British Columbia’s population continuously grows rapidly, while new residents are beginning to prefer urban metropolitan areas over rural centers. According to Canadian statistics, Squamish and Chilliwack are the areas that saw the largest gains in population between 2006-2011. The B.C. census figures show that the population has increased by seven… Read more »