March 2016

There are 6 blog entries for March 2016.

PCSmoves.com would like to welcome Craig Schaid and 4 Wallz Real Estate to our growing network! Located in Montgomery, Alabama, Craig and his team at 4 Wallz are ready and able to help the service members at Maxwell Air Force Base.

4 Wallz pride themselves on utilizing the best technology and never shying away from meeting the needs of their clients. Their current, informed, and client focused approach means they take the time to understand and create the best relocation experience possible, always important for military folks on the move.

Craig and his team at 4 Wallz Real Estate have in-depth knowledge of their area and are proud to serve the communities of Montgomery, Prattville, Wetumpka, Pike Road, and Millbrook. No matter what you are looking

If you have pre K-12 children, you most likely want to feel a connection with your children's school. You want to know the teachers; understand what's going on in class; and know how to interpret the art projects involving macaroni and glue, which is an interpretation of a Picasso painting. How could you have missed that?

Even if you relocate often or are temporarily deployed, there are ways you can build a relationship with the school and your child's teachers to help your child perform as well as possible. Your relationship with the school will demonstrate to your child and the school's staff the importance you attach to education. 

The following tips can help you build a strong relationship with your child's school:

Meet the teacher.

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PCSmoves.com would like to welcome Better Properties Western Washington to our continually growing network. Located in Bremerton, Washington, this full service real estate office is dedicated to helping clients through the process of buying or selling.

Serving Bremerton, Silverdale, Port Orchard, Seabeck, Poulsbo, Bainbridge Island, Belfair, Tahuya, Allyn, Shelton and surrounding areas of Kitsap County & Mason County, Washington, the agents of Better Properties Western Washington are dedicated to helping those who serve.

With their extensive knowledge of the communities and their understanding of PCSing and military relocation, Better Properties Western Washington pride themselves on offering the finest representation based on their expertise.

A financial plan is like a roadmap for your money — without one, it's hard to know where your money's going or where it'll end up. That's why it's important to have a financial plan for every stage of your life. You can create one that meets your specific short- and long-term goals, then update it along the way as life happens.

If you don't know where to start, don't worry. A personal financial counselor can help at no cost to you. Once you have a financial plan, just stick to it and enjoy the path to financial freedom.

What's a financial plan?

The specifics of your financial plan will vary depending on your situation, but the basic concept is pretty universal: a financial plan evaluates your current financial state, sets goals for your future and

PCSmoves.com would like to welcome Jennifer Warner and her team at RE/MAX Premier Properties to our growing network. Located in Fayetteville, North Carolina they are proud to serve their community, especially the service members and families at Fort Bragg.

Jennifer Warner and her team bring with them over twenty years of experience in real estate and knowledge of the Fayetteville area to PCSmoves.com. An abundance of diversity with art, culture, and activities can be found in Fayetteville, and the strong military community has grown hand in hand with this family friendly area.

Their mission of being a valuable, insightful resource for clients is instrumental in serving the unique needs of the military, especially while relocating. They have a

PCSing can be challenging. With all the attention you have to give to the logistics of relocating, combined with your own emotions about moving, the littlest members of your family can sometimes take a back seat to a lot of controlled chaos. Here are five important tips for making the move a little less stressful for your kids. 

1. Involve them. All people long for some control, especially regarding big changes. A PCS is a big change, and a lot of the decisions are already made, which can make you experience a range of feelings, many not so great. Kids struggle with the same feelings, but you can offer them a little sense of control by involving them in the process. If they are very young, just talking about what is happening can be comforting. If they