Busy Time of Year for Athlete Relocation
Those of us in the athlete relocation business know there is no down-time when it comes to professional sports and relocation, and February is a perfect example of the transitory nature of professional sports and the athletes who play those sports.
February 18th marks the NBA trade deadline, so this week will be particularly unsettled for a number of pro basketball players. The same is true in baseball and hockey.
February 29th is the trade deadline for NHL teams, and there are a number of proposed trades which could happen at any minutes. And then we have Major League Baseball and the beginning of Spring Training. Starting February 18th, pitchers and catchers will arrive at their training facilities, and on February 22nd full squads will arrive and begin working for a roster position. Those who fail to make the final 40-man rosters will move on to the minor leagues as the season marches towards the beginning of the regular season.
So it’s wait and see for quite a few professional athletes who find themselves on the relocation bubble. Where will they call home after February ends? Where will they find temporary, short-term housing, or should they invest in long-term housing? What about their possessions and vehicles and for those with families, what does a sudden relocation mean to them?
If you find yourself in this position, we have a solution for you.
Sports Relocation, Inc assists players/coaches of all professional sports leagues including the NBA, WNBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, and entertainers relocate nationwide by servicing their Real Estate & Relocation needs. Ikem Chukumerije is licensed to practice real estate in New York, California, Nevada, Florida, & Georgia. Sports Relocation, Inc operates nationwide and provides elite athlete relocation services in all 50 states and internationally.