Relocation, also known as moving or moving home, is the process of leaving one's home and settling in another. To move to a different place, or to make someone or something do this If people resettle somewhere, or if a government or other authority resets them, they are going to live in a different region or country. Moving a house requires picking up the house from its foundation and placing it somewhere else, sometimes miles away. Relocation involves a permanent move to an entirely new area (or even a country), usually in order to accept a new job.
The elevation of the house involves the same steps of moving a house, but instead of carrying it, it is elevated above its foundations. Moving usually just means moving home, keeping the same job and possibly other contacts, although it may indicate a permanent move altogether. Elevating the house could be done if the foundation is damaged, or if the landlady wants to expand her house. For a specific word meaning to move home, consider the verb flit (EOD reference here), which is still widely used in Scotland and the north of England, and its noun flit.
Before you start digging up your home, you'll need to consider whether moving your house makes financial and logistical sense. Homes can move because they are hindering development, such as invading shopping malls or roads. Even though the weekend gives you time to settle into your new home, it's actually the worst day of the week to move out of your house. Houses don't necessarily have to move long distances; in fact, with the elevation of the house, you don't have to go anywhere other than to climb.
It is also more environmentally friendly to recycle the house instead of sending the many parts to a landfill.