Your family received Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders. What can you do to streamline the relocation process? A good starting point is to research your new community, check out schools if required, and identify several resources to simplify the military move process.
Your new neighborhood is more than just a home for your family - it’s a community with opportunities for your family to thrive and learn.
Finding the ideal school is the biggest concern for military families with children. Are you looking for a public, private, charter or home school community? You’re not only looking for a school that performs well but you are looking for a place your child can call home.
You can simplify your family’s move by using resources provided by the Department of Defense and other not-for-profit organizations.
If possible, visit your new installation to identify resources and services, and to meet your relocation assistance point of contact. This person will assist you with contacting your installation’s Family Support Center and transportation office.
Schedule a meeting with your base Transportation Office to identify all the options and assistance available to your family.
Establish an appointment with your new base’s finance office to discuss your relocation options and benefits.
Another great tool to help with PCS’ing is the PCS Guide and Moving Checklist provided by Military.com.
Whether you are determining whether to rent or buy or already have a new home in mind to buy, Caliber is here to help. Reach out to one of our Certified Military and Veteran Lending Professionals (CMLVPs) today
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