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Picking the Best Real Estate Agent for Your Next Move

Start your search by selecting an agent who is uniquely qualified to provide the type of real estate services you need the most – someone who understands the ins and outs of  military moves. You need a certified Military Relocation Professional (MRP).

What’s an MRP?

MRP stands for Military Relocation Professional. It’s a certification awarded to real estate agents (by the National Association of Realtors@) who have successfully completed special training to work with current and former military service members.

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Are you moving to Fort Sill?

Request a video chat from ANYWHERE in the world! You can talk to one of our Military Relocation Professionals, and you can even view a house via video chat! Click here to learn more!

Meet Our Certified Military Relocation Professionals

What can you expect from an Agent who is certified in Military Relocation?

Someone Who Speaks Your Language

From PCS to RAP to BAH and more, active duty service members speak in military acronyms and follow a unique set of moving protocols. An MRP understands these terms and, more importantly, how they can affect your relocation decisions.

Supports Tight Decisions and Deadlines

An MRP knows that a PCSing active duty shopper is a power shopper who might look for a house, write a sales contract, and have it negotiated all in a long weekend. Time is of the essence, and an MRP does the legwork that helps everything fall into place.

Assists with VA Financing

A mortgage backed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs can be an important way to improve your purchasing power and achieve the best financing rates. An MRP can help you evaluate these benefits and put you in touch with knowledgeable VA lenders.

Plans Ahead

You may be focused on your latest move, but an MRP is also thinking about your next transfer. How easy will it be to sell your home? Does it make sense to convert it into rental property at the end of your current assignment? These are questions an MRP can help you answer.

Bottom Line

An MRP is trained to protect your interests first. They understand the importance of taking a long-term perspective and preserving trust, which ultimately helps them earn more referral business down the road, both within and beyond the military community.

Not Just Active Duty

MRP’s are trained to understand and serve all aspects of the military market, including the Reserves, National Guard, and veterans. Let Elgin Realty help you and your family find your next home.


Are you moving to the Fort Sill area and would like to schedule a video chat
or house showing with one of our Military Relocation Specialists?

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