Updated: Aug 26, 2021
Moving to a new city is a big life change. If you're not sure what questions you should be asking when moving I recommend a few easy tips and tricks to get them all answered. Check out my latest Youtube video to learn more.
- Hey guys, Ben green here, co-founder of insurance Vantage and the creator of Ben and green Comm. We're here to optimize your location, your finances and your career. So a lot of folks have questions about what they what questions they should ask when they're moving to a new city. And one of the quickest and easiest, maybe the smartest ways to eliminate those questions, answer those questions is to go visit the city. So that's my number one recommendation, if you're if you're moving to a city, if you are, if you're going to be, you know, potentially like relocating to a city, you need to go visit that city if you can, if it's at all practical. So when I first moved out of the country out of the state, I went over to Tokyo and I did not visit Tokyo before I moved there. But that was because it would have been really, really expensive for me, it would require like a 13 hour flight to go visit that city. But if you're moving from Atlanta to Charlotte, for example, if you're considering a move to Chicago, if you're going to move to a rural place, you're gonna move to Idaho, wherever you want to move to and then you can actually go visit for a couple of days, I would strongly suggest that you would go check out the city for like two nights at least and check out the restaurants check out the bars, check out their the churches, check out their their parks. Go take a look at some of the places you may actually go work there. And check out the neighborhoods, talk to the locals and just get a feel. Take a look at the papers. Just get a feel for how the city is doing and that's the best way to really answer questions about how this city may actually be in once you've moved there and decided to invest your life, your time and all the energy in that city.