F.C. Tucker Emge Relocation Specialists can assist with many of the aspects that make working and living in Southern Indiana and Western Kentucky a positive and exciting experience. Our goals are to provide information, assist clients navigating through the home finding process and community orientation. We provide the solutions to help make the community feel like home.
Over 100 years of experience is available to incoming families. F.C. Tucker Emge REALTORS® has the most experienced management team, knowledgeable sales staff, most comprehensive marketing package and a national award winning relocation department.
Donna Koring, Director of Relocation and Business Services, manages relocation activity and develops corporate business relationships for F.C. Tucker Emge Realtors. Donna is a life-long resident of Evansville and has 20 years of experience working in relocation departments for local brokers. She has the experience of assisting with corporate group moves into the community and has provided relocation assistance for individuals and families relocating to the area. Donna works daily with third parties who are relocating corporate transferees into and out of Southern Indiana and Western Kentucky. Donna has held the coveted ERC designations as a Certified Relocation Professional and Global Mobility Specialist since 2004.
Our experienced relocation trained agents have represented many buyers relocating to the Tri-State area due to employment. A partial list of these employers includes: American General, Deaconess Hospital, St. Mary’s Hospital, Vectren, Old National Bank, Fifth Third Bank, Atlas Van Lines, CSX, Sabic, University of Southern Indiana, University of Evansville, Toyota, Mead Johnson Pharmaceutical, Berry Plastics, Alcoa, United Leasing, Archer Daniels Midland and Cargill.
Call Donna to see how we can help your company with relocation!
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Evansville Voted Best Place to Live --- Kiplinger.com 2008 Best Cities
(EVANSVILLE, IN) – The people have spoken and they say Evansville is the best place to live in the country.
In July, Kiplinger’s magazine published its list of the 10 best cities. The magazine then invited its readers to nominate and vote for their favorite city. Evansville blew away the competition this year with more than 2,200 votes. The second place city- Green Bay, Wisconsin- only had 1,300 votes. As a result, Evansville is being highlighted today in a profile on Kiplinger.com. There is a video tour of the city as well.
This is not the first time Evansville has been recognized by Kiplinger’s. We landed on the magazine’s “50 Smartest Places to Live” list in 2006. In order to compile the 2006 list, Kiplinger’s asked its readers what was most important to them when choosing a place to live. Among the most popular reasons were affordable housing, cost of living, quality of life, education, quality health care, transportation and cultural amenities. Kiplinger’s cited Evansville’s attractiveness to families as one of the biggest reasons it made the list.
Source: Office of the Mayor of Evansville