The moment you sign the lease for your first apartment is a rite of passage into adulthood. Once you move out of your dorm or your parents’ basement and into your own space, you accept new responsibilities and freedoms that you’ve never had before. But if you’re on a tight… Continue reading.
In a previous post, we offered three tips for organizing a profitable moving sale. Also known as yard sales and garage sales, these quick sales let you get rid of infrequently used or unreasonable-to-transport items before you move. They also let you make a little cash to fund your move… Continue reading.
For many people, moving feels like an adventure. They start fresh and explore new opportunities. They upgrade into a bigger home or relocate for a better job. And they can meet new people and build lasting relationships. But for some, moving brings a lot anxiety, stress, and even depression. They… Continue reading.
In 2014, home ownership dropped to its lowest percent in nearly 20 years-just under 65%. The drop in home ownership happened because of changes in the perceptions and realities of property rental. In the last 20 years, renting has become more attractive and more practical than owning a home. Whether… Continue reading.
When you want to buy a home for the first time, you may feel overwhelmed with everything you have to remember. You can’t forget to file for pre-approval. You need to add open houses and meetings with loan agencies to your calendar. And you have to save all the important… Continue reading.
When you look for a new apartment, you likely focus on certain criteria. You want an apartment that fits in your price range and that offers the floor plan, size, and number of bedrooms you prefer. You look for accommodation in a safe area, preferably near your office or close… Continue reading.
As a child, you may have watched Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. In every episode he sang an adorable song about being good neighbors with the people he meets: I’ve always wanted to have a neighbor just like you. I’ve always wanted to live in a neighborhood with you. But as an… Continue reading.
You and your spouse just tied the knot and bought a new home together. You want to create a space where you both feel creative and comfortable. However, you may disagree about how you’ll decorate your home, and those disagreements can throw a wrinkle in your happily ever after. By… Continue reading.
After months of searching for a new home, you’ve finally found one with enough room to accommodate everyone. You wanted the house to look picture-perfect, so you applied a fresh coat of paint to each room and even installed new carpet and hardwood flooring. But now that moving day has… Continue reading.
When you move across the state, or even across the country, you can give your family countless opportunities for growth and exploration. But before you pack up your things and call your local moving company, you need to sell your old home-and fast! Unfortunately, selling a home takes time. Sometimes… Continue reading.