Moving out?

So my partner and I are planning to move out for our first time. We ve been together for a very long time.
We plan to move to a place that is 2 hours away.
We don t know "how to move" if that makes sense. We found a place that accepts our dog breed.
So, we know we need a job first.
We have some money

So my partner and I are planning to move out for our first time. We ve been together for a very long time.
We plan to move to a place that is 2 hours away.
We don t know "how to move" if that makes sense. We found a place that accepts our dog breed.
So, we know we need a job first.
We have some money saved up, but we would need a job in the city we plan to live in.
So what do we do? Move in to a hotel until we are able to move in the home?
Just need some advice please.

Other answer:

tro:
first of all, you might have some money now but it probably won't last for a year's lease and without a job you won't have anything to live on even if a landlord would accept you with a source of income
you talk about a home, that will accept your dog, you especially without a job won't be able to rent a room let alone a 'home'
obviously you are living with relatives who put up with your dog and sinc you don't indicate either of you has a job I don't know how you support yourself, and the dog
you may have been together for many years, but it really is quite remarkable how making such a move like this can sour an otherwise stable relationship
'moving out' will require money, a job or more, will require furniture and other household requirements, you might have to get utilities put in your name and you need renters' insurance to cover your assets, if you have any
loanmasterone:
You do not have plan to move. Currently you have a dream.

You are concerned about a rental unit that would allow your breed of dog.

In order to make your dream become reality, you would both need a job. Once you are employed you would need to save a sufficient amount to be able to pay the first month rent and deposit, which is normally about equal to one month rent.

Once you have paid the deposit and first month rent you would need to also have enough funds to be able to have the utilities turned on in your name. You would also need funds to supply yourself and your partner with food for a length of time.

You would also need to have insurance (health, auto and renters) there are other financial things that might pop up that you would need to have funds to pay for things.

In order to move you would need to, when you are financially able, you would need to pack all your personal items and have a vehicle that would be able to move these personal items.

It would appear as is if you would need to gain a little more life experiences before moving on your own. There are a few things a person would need to be aware of in order to be successful in living alone or with a partner.

I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.

"FIGHT ON"

coraann:
Your monthly income must be 3 times the monthly rent payment with pay stubs to prove it. All landlords do a credit and a background check before approving any
tenant. You will need 1st and last month's rent as well as the security deposit.
Most landlords require you to have renter's insurance.
Maxi:
Well no landlord is going to rent to you without you able to prove you are earning income so obviously you need jobs and moving into a hotel/hostel and getting your dog into kennels seems the logical option until you have secure jobs and income to rent
Landlord2005:
You need the job before you can get approved for a rental. No reason you cannot get a job& a place to live from a distance. You can apply online for most jobs these days. In fact many jobs require it. You can apply for many apartments online these days too. If the complex you are looking at does not have that option you still should be able to fax it.
AlCapone:
You'll have to stay with family or friends in the new city, or possibly stay in an "extended-stay" motel until you find jobs. It might be better for one of you to make the 2 hour commute every day while trying to find a job. Getting a job might take longer than you think and could drain whatever money you have saved up.
linkus86:
2 hours away is nothing. Apply for jobs over the phone and then try to arrange interviews on the same day or over the weekend when you can go. Just keep in mind that landlords typically want you to gross 3 times the monthly rent each month at your job.
randy394:
Once you secure stable verifiable employment, most landlords will consider leasing to you. Most require 3x the monthly rent in salary.

Even if you haven't started yet, ask your potential employer for a proof of employment to furnish the landlord.

Stoo:
One of you go there and establish yourself, and bring the other when you get a job – or save up a lot so your can pay up front for a place. No one's going to be eager to rent to someone who has no visible means of income.
Mark T:
Hotels might not like pit bulls.

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