Posted By Bruce Perlman
Summer is the busy season for residential real estate transactions for a variety of reasons. The kids are out of school, buyers and sellers can more easily use their vacation time to pack or unpack, and the weather poses fewer complications. You know this, your real estate agent knows this, and…
Posted By Dave Sabey
In my previous blog post, The Decision to Relocate, I shared some insights into the aspects that influenced my family’s decision to relocate. Now that the decision was made, some of the logistics came into play, and we learnt surprising, and sometimes hard, lessons.
Posted By LisaMarie DeSanto
As the U.S. housing market continues to recover, employers would do well to adjust their relocation programs and policies accordingly. But what are the trends currently impacting real estate – and how will they impact domestic U.S. relocation programs and employees who are planning to make a move?
Posted By Amy Meichner
For many students, scholarships are crucial for bridging the gap between the rising costs of tuition and what their families can afford. Cartus values the dedication of our employees, and to help them support their children on the path to a college education, we present three scholarships annually.…