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Moving to a new location always requires preparation, and that's doubly true when you're making an international move. Streamlining an international move starts with good planning, and it's important to start the planning process as soon as you know that you're serious about making a move. Having a job, support system, and necessary services in place when you arrive can make the adjustment to a new country a much simpler process. Our real estate agents are here to help you get started, with our guide for planning a move to another country. 

Making an International Move

When you're planning an international move, one of the biggest keys is to remain realistic. There will likely be some logistical hurdles as you plan your move to another country, but they'll be much easier to manage if you have a plan ahead of time. Minimizing surprises and maximizing efficiency will be the name of the game.

Prepare for the Practicalities

Start by preparing for the all of the small but important details that come with getting started in a new location. Learn about the exchange rate, where you'll bank, and what your taxes will be like in your new location. Consider your career, commute, insurance needs, and any services that you'll need close to home. Make sure that your passport is ready, and that you have any other important paperwork that needs to make the trip. Doing your research ahead of time can save a lot of stress in the long run.

Scale Down to the Essentials

Packing and moving your belongings to another country will require some logistics, but there is one easy way to simplify the process. Pack only the essentials for your move, while selling or donating any low-cost items that can be replaced easily in your new location. Items of personal or sentimental value or that would otherwise be difficult to replace, count as essential. Beyond that, it's up to you to decide what matters most, and what can be replaced when you arrive.

Bring a Taste of Home and Prepare for a New Culture

Adjusting to the culture of a new country can be an exciting but daunting process, so it helps to be prepared. Research the culture of your new location, discover what you'll do for fun, and prepare yourself for the general logistics of day-to-day life in a different country. It can also help to bring a taste of your old home – like those essential items we mentioned above – to make your new location feel more like home.

Find Help from The Team Who Understands International Moves

Working with the right real estate agent makes a world of difference whether you're moving across town or internationally. Wardley Real Estate is proud to be a member of LeadingRE, an international network comprising some of the world's leading real estate firms, which connects shoppers with real estate agents who understand the logistics of international moves. The LeadingRE network makes it easy to connect with an agent who knows where you're coming from, and where you're going. From identifying the right home to handling the logistics of a long-distance move, the right real estate agent can make life much easier, and free you to focus on what matters most.

Whether you're moving from across the street or across the world, our team is here to help you find the best Las Vegas homes for sale to suit your needs. Contact us to get started.