Relocation that Pays
June 13, 2019
While it seems like everyone is flocking to bigger cities and home prices in those cities are sky high, there are plenty of places around the country that are taking an active approach to drawing in new residents. In fact, the following locations are making relocating pretty profitable.
North Platte, Nebraska is looking for skilled workers to take positions in factories, on the railroad, and in warehouses. To fill this need the city is matching sign-on bonuses for those who relocate from out of town, and potential employees stand to gain up to $10,000 total.
To encourage home construction, Harmony, Minnesota offers residents up to $12,000 in rebates. And that’s it- there’s no catch! How simple, and profitable, is that? The town boasts one of the country’s most beautiful caves, Niagra Caves, and plenty of Amish country to enjoy. If small town living is up your alley, this might be the move you’ve been looking for.
The Free City program in San Francisco deserves some serious consideration for prospective college students. Free tuition to San Francisco City College is offered to students who have been residents of California for at least a year and who live in San Francisco by the first day of class. The two-year college is widely respected throughout the country, and free tuition for two years provides students an opportunity to potentially save for the next phase of life. In one of the country’s most expensive cities, that’s a deal you can’t ignore!
In Kalamazoo, Michigan, students who attend all four years and graduate from any public high school in Kalamazoo are entitled to an unbelievable, completely free ride at any Michigan state college or university. With incredible universities to choose from like Michigan State and the University of Michigan, this offer could be reason enough for a family to relocate before the high school years.
Whatever your reason for relocating and wherever your move takes you, count on Beltmann Moving and Storage to make the moving process seamless.
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