With school winding down for the year, many people are making plans to move. The multitude of resources available on the Internet makes the planning stages of moving somewhat easier.
Let's begin at the Homebuyer's Fair, where you'll find the information you need to save
money when you buy or sell a home or relocate. The Salary Calculator lets you to compare
the cost of living in hundreds of U.S. and international cities. If you're interested in
crime statistics, visit the Relocation Crime Lab. Let the Mortgage Qualification
Calculator compute the loan amount for which you may qualify. Homebuyer's Fair even
features a job search, school information, and guides to new homes.
If looking for an apartment, AllApartments is a free service that allows you to search
a comprehensive apartment database to find exactly what you're looking for.
RealtyCom boasts as being the most comprehensive real estate database on the Net, with
thousands of homes for sale across the country and world. Enter information describing the
home you're looking for, and the site will search for you.
Regretfully, the joy of finding a new home is often overshadowed by the hassles of
obtaining a mortgage. HomeByNet helps you learn how much you can afford and what type of
mortgage best fits your needs. The site allows you to play with different down payments or
home prices to find what's right for you. Sign up for Mortgage Search, and HomeByNet will
let you know when you should refinance. You'll also find a wide assortment of articles on
topics such as tips for garage sales and home buying traps.
HomePath walks you down three paths toward home ownership. HomeStarterPath helps you
decide if you're ready to purchase a home by comparing renting to owning, studying various
mortgages, and seeing how much house you can afford. HomePurchasePath provides information
on how to shop for a lender, steps in the mortgage application process, and loan-closing
activities. HomeRefinancePath will help you decide when to refinance, steps in the
refinance process, and how much refinancing may cost. The site also provides a glossary of
mortgage and financial terms.
Whether you're moving across the country or to the other side of town, Virtual
Relocation can help. The site boasts a whopping 20,000 links in categories such as real
estate, relocation, careers, education, mortgage, and rentals.
MoversNet strives to make your relocation easy by providing maps of your new
neighborhood, explaining in detail how to pack large or difficult items (like computers),
and telling you how to move your pets (or kids!). Learn what to do before and after
moving, read packing tips, or study information about mail forwarding.
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Robin Nobles is a freelance writer whose articles on surfing the Web are published in six newspapers regularly. She also writes articles about the Web and Internet in publications such as Internet Newsroom, InfoAlert, WebVantage, CompuNotes, ChipNET, The Sunshine Post, Bridges Initiatives, and more. She can be reached at [email protected] or through her website: http://www2.netdoor.com/~smslady