Who are we, and how can we help?
BuyersUSA Relocation, LLC, is owner of ihomes-usa and has been helping people relocate since 1991. For almost two decades we’ve been a source of valuable information for families and individuals moving to another city in the US. We’ve helped 1,000’s of home buyers obtain the information they need to make a “smooth move” to a new city – and we’d like to help you too!
You can find lots of information on our city pages such as school data, demographics, school information, where the airports are, hospital facts and more. We also have pictures of the area and sometimes videos to give you a taste of what your new home will be like.
There are a lot of things to think about when you move. But one of the most important questions to ask yourself is, “where will I live?” The answer will depend on knowing where the best schools are, the safest neighborhoods, the areas of town in your price range. These are facts that are more difficult to obtain from a virtual site. That’s where our Free Home Buyer’s Relocation Package can really help you. We’ll put you in touch with a REAL human being, someone who can help you get the information you need to make informed decisions and choices about where you’ll be living.
If you do request information through our form (found on the city page of your choice), you’ll be contacted by an experienced agent who can help you plan your home purchase. Whether it is buying a distressed piece of property (either a foreclosure or individual sale) or buying a new home, he or she will give you the advice you need to make an informed decision. Request our Free Home Buyer’s Relocation package today!
Should I rent or buy? And if I buy, what’s the best deal?
If you do not have sell your current home in order to buy a home in your new city, you may decide that buying a home will be the least disruptive choice. You’ll only have to move once – and you’ll be able to start making friends and settling into your neighborhood immediately. Have homes reached rock bottom yet? It’s difficult to say. But what we do know right now is that mortgage rates are extremely low – what will they be in a year?