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SportsRelocation.com – Baseball’s Jay Buhner Selling B2B Ranch

13 June, 2011

Jay Buhner, sports broadcaster and former Major League Baseball right fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Seattle Mariners is selling his legendary "B2B Ranch" -- a private 80-acre manicured estate in Fall City, Wash., listed at $6,750,000. The main house has 7,500 square feet that includes a lodge-style, vaulted-ceiling great room with a 35-foot massive stone fireplace, and four bedrooms with private baths. The home has a copper roof, is made of natural stone and has massive timbe [...]

SportsRelocation.com – NBA Draft This Thursday; Center Stage in New Jersey

21 June, 2011

It’s time for the annual gamble taken by NBA teams as they try to find the next Michael Jordan while hopefully not selecting the next Adam Morrison.  The NBA Draft kicks off festivities Thursday in New Jersey and only two things are certain: one, Kyrie Irving will be selected first and two. What is most uncertain, however, is the state of labor negotiations during this troubled off-season.  Whether or not there will even be a 2011-2012 season remains up in the air, but those kinds of negat [...]

SportsRelocation.com – The Coolest Features Of Athletes’ Homes

21 June, 2011

A full-sized football field, a pump that sends different smells throughout the house and a replica of an old western town are a few of the lavish features of houses of famous athletes. Today, ThePostGame takes a look at these and other domestic luxuries of sporting stars. Walter Jones: The former Seattle Seahawks left guard has a full-sized football field in the backyard of his Alabama home. (What, for all those pickup football games during which he plays left guard?) After looking at t [...]

SportsRelocation.com – NBA Draft Day Is Day Of Big Trades

24 June, 2011

Kyrie Irving Goes Number One As Expected The 2011 NBA Draft may turn out to be more memorable for the trades it generated than for the players drafted.  As expected, Kyrie Irving, the talented freshman point guard out of Duke, went first overall to the Cleveland Cavaliers.  But shortly after that selection things got interesting in a hurry as teams jockeyed for drafting position and others filled their shelves with future draft picks. Probably the biggest deal of the day happened between Cha [...]

SportsRelocation.com – Full Service Interior Designer Catering to Athletes – Athlete Relocation

27 July, 2011

As a full-service representative for athletes and entertainers, we at SportsRelocation.com take pride in looking after every detail of your relocation.  We do our best to help you sell your home, find suitable living arrangements in your new city, transport your goods and vehicles, and take care of any financial details or concerns you may have. There are times when the needs of our clients go beyond our area of expertise and when that happens we call on contacts we have made over the years to [...]

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day: Athlete Relocation

27 July, 2011

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day! Research….Research….Research!  What are the schools like in your new city? Best places to shop? Best hair stylist? Sports facilities? Youth programs? Day care centers? A good relocation expert will do most of this for you if you ask this to be part of the service.  Why go through the headaches if there is a pro who does this for a living? http://www.SportsRelocation.com www.twitter.com/SportRelocation http://www.facebook.com/pages/Beverly-Hills-CA/S [...]

SportsRelocation.com – Tiger Woods’ finished practice facility at home is incredible

27 July, 2011

Yes, Tiger Woods might not be teeing it up for the rest of the season, and yes, he seems to be falling down the rankings faster than the likes of David Duval, but that doesn't mean the 14-time major winner is going to stop plans on his $55 million house in Florida, complete with a four-green practice facility that makes most golf courses look like your local putt-putt course. Photos emerged from Tiger's website, and his practice facility blows the likes of Rory McIlroy's out of the wate [...]

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day: Athlete Relocation

28 July, 2011

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day! Measure your furniture before packing for the move.  It is unlikely that every piece of furniture will fit in your new residence, but you surely won’t know that if you don’t have the exact measurements of your furniture. Added tip: When measuring, remember to measure height as well as length and width.  The unsaid in this tip is that you need to know the measurements of the rooms in your new home. http://www.SportsRelocation.com www.twitter.com/Sport [...]

SportsRelocation.com – Ryan Howard Goes to Bat in Home-Size Derby – Athlete Real Estate

28 July, 2011

Since steroid-use and philandering seem to be so yesterday, can we expect sports celebrities to start competing on the home construction field? Will Derek Jeter's recently completed 30,875-square-footer in Tampa be deemed puny by anything Kobe Bryant has up his sleeve? Kobe has been linked to a massive new home under construction in Orange County, Calif., that has a two-level sports court. His agent bought the one-acre ocean-view lot three years ago for $9,450,000, says The Orange County Regi [...]

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day: Athlete Relocation

30 July, 2011

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day! Get copies of all medical records before you relocate.  Chances are there will be a small fee for this, but it is so important in keeping continuity throughout the relocation process.  Ditto with dental and eye exam records. An extension of this is make sure you get the school records of your children; to assume that the records will be forwarded properly and quickly to your new school district is a mistake far too many people have made.  Take them with y [...]