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SargesList is ideal for military members looking to buy and sell items during PCS, particularly for overseas moves. One Military Housing Officer claims that many junior enlisted service members arrive at their installation with limited funds after traveling across the country for their PCS. Selling unwanted items prior to moving could put money in their pocket to ease the PCS financial impact.
“Take, for example, two military personnel who are PCSing; one Army member in the U.S. moving to Germany can now connect with an Air Force member in Germany who is moving and needs to sell their European washer and dryer. It’s a win win situation for everyone; the airman sells his/her appliances to another inbound service member (regardless of branch). This not only helps the service members, it also saves the government moving and storage fees,” said Lisa Klinkhammer, VP of marketing for SargesList, “It’s truly unprecedented.”
In addition to buying and selling, SargesList is content rich in local installation information for PCSing, such as welcome videos, directions, lodging and rental information, how to connect utilities and lastly, how to connect with other military personnel in the area. To fulfill many service areas, SargesList has partnered with companies such as WilliamPaid for paying rent, building credit; MyFico for credit scores; transportation and lodging partners; Allconnect for comparing and connecting local utility and home service plans; InsWeb for one-stop insurance rates comparison; and FloorPlanOnline for cutting edge marketing media related real estate virtual tours and floor plans with room planners for homes for sale and rentals.
Military members and housing offices are excited about SargesList™, saying it fills a significant need in military life.
“Being stationed in Germany, living in quarters, there was constant turnover of military families PCSing in and out,” said 27-year active duty military spouse Chere Clark. “It’s amazing that in this technological era most of the buying and selling of things in the military is still done by word of mouth, or you have to go to the local car lot on base. I wish there was a SargesList when we were PCSing around the world!” CLICK HERE TO GO TO SARGESLIST!