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Old 07-09-2019, 06:47 AM
 
Location: Indianapolis, East Side
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I am trying to figure the logistics of getting a new job, quitting my current job, and selling my house all at once. Has anyone done this?

I'm almost thinking it would be easier to just up and move and then job hunt! Of course, I have good experience, references, MBA, CPA to go on- and I also have the potential to work in a small niche industry that pays well and very few people nationwide know how to do should it take some time to find the perfect accounting/management job.

Of course, I could also accept a job, move, and then sell the house but paying rent and a mortgage makes me cranky. Right now my area is a sellers market-homes are selling and fast-but I am not planning my move until summer 2020. Lots can change!

I am open to both private and state employment, there are benefits to both, but I know the time line for state hiring is weird.

Anyone care to share their experiences?
I did all of the above a few years ago. I arranged a transfer to my then-employer's Indianapolis office on a part-time, temporary basis, bought a house in Indy, and sold the one in Denver, in that order, in the space of about four months. It was one of the most stressful things I ever went through.

If you have the resources to accept a job, move, then sell your house, why not? If you're in a seller's market, you won't be paying both a mortgage and rent for very long.
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Old 07-09-2019, 08:29 AM
 
Location: Tennessee
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If houses are moving very quickly, selling after the movie shouldn't be a big issue. You might be paying for both places for a couple of months or so.
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Old Today, 03:39 PM
 
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As long as you have 15,000 in savings hit the rd. It can be done with less, but 15 should be alright.
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