9. Your property
In many cases, the capital for emigration will come from the sale of a property. When do you sell and how do you get the new home?
Some emigrants sell as soon as possible and live on rent or even with friends until the date of emigration. Others want to live “at home” until the end and leave the sale of their house to someone else.
Either way, it is important to whip up the property before selling it. If repairs are necessary, address them early – because a house will never get better after a long vacancy and having to sell under pressure will certainly reduce the budget for a new start.
In steps 1 and 2 you have planned in advance for the new house. Now look on the internet for the new home in which you want to and can live. Knowing this will make it easier for you to decide what and where to rent upon arrival (see step 12) and exactly where your children will go to school (see step 10).
When it comes to relocation issues, too, it often makes sense to get the services of an expert.
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