Well basically we live on a small town and we want to move to the big city 3 hours away. However, boyfriend wants to find a job there BEFORE we go ahead and move. So my question is – how do you plan this? Because we d have to put in a 30day notice at our current rental, and also find a new rental in the big city.
Well basically we live on a small town and we want to move to the big city 3 hours away. However, boyfriend wants to find a job there BEFORE we go ahead and move. So my question is – how do you plan this? Because we d have to put in a 30day notice at our current rental, and also find a new rental in the big city. If he got hired in the city, do we just tell the employer he can t start for another month? What if we can t find a rental house in that month? How do people move to different cities? Do they save up enough and just move and find a job later?
Easy! Most jobs you apply online these days. Getting a job from a distance is easier than ever.
It is common to stay in an extended stay hotel in the new city until you find a new rental.
Yes you have to give a 30 day notice BUT you are not required to remain in the unit for those 30 days.
You need a job before you move. No landlord will rent to you in the new city if you have no jobs.
One of you needs a job first as no one will rent to you unless you have a job. If your bf finds a job and has to start work sooner than 1 month then he would have to stay in a hotel. He could drive home on Friday night and leave early Monday morning. That way he would only have to stay in a hotel for 6 nights which would be Tues, Wed and Thurs for two weeks. Finding a rental is no where as difficult as finding a job.
You get that job first. When the new LL goes to verify employment, they will see this as a red flag. So, get the job in the new city first.
You will need to pay double rent for a month at least, but this is common. Even if moving within the same city, you often have an overlapping month…
With today technology you are able to apply for jobs on line. You would need to google jobs followed by the city and state you are seeking a job in.
Many sites would appear. You would select as many sites as you want to join and seek a' job.
You would be required to complete the basic information, followed by the down loading of your resume. Once you have downloaded your resume and completed the basic information, you would be able to browse the site for potential job positions.
Once you have found positions you would like to apply for you would follow the directions and apply for this and any other position.
In some instances you are able to have an interview using Skype or other technology that allow viewing of individuals.
In your case since you are only about 3 hours away, you might be able to set up an in person interview.
Once you have a job, you are able to apply for a rental unit.
In most instances there is always a little over lap on the rent in one or each of the rental units. Mostly this is
I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.
Go to the job boards & start looking for jobs in those cities. Then send them applications.
Having said that, most employers like to hire locals. You may well have to move there 1st (to get a local address). And then start your job search.
In addition to the other suggestions, some people put everything in storage in the new town and live out of a motel or extended stay residence while they work in the new job and look for a place.
People usually finds job and a place to live before they move.
Go to the place you're moving to and find their local renting papers or check it online to book an appointment, then hunt for a place to live.
If you want to find a job, you can also find their local job papers or check online, apply for a job, go to an interview and if they say they want to hire you, tell them about 30 days notice. If they really want you to work for them, most people don't mind waiting.
To add to the problem most landlords won't rent if you don't have a job.