In your current city, you feel comfortable and confident. You go to the same doctor you’ve seen for years. You know how to get to all the nearest grocery stores. And you have connections that can help you find jobs. But now you’re planning a move to another place, and… Continue reading.
Are you about to embark on a long-distance move? This life change means new opportunities for you, but it also means you’ll say goodbye to friends, neighbors, coworkers, and acquaintances who’ve been an important part of your life for years. Thanks to social media, you know you can easily stay… Continue reading.
Packing seems like one of the most tedious tasks to accomplish before a move. You have to fold and organize clothes, clean and box up dishes, and make sure that none of your possessions gets left behind. But just because you have to pack doesn’t mean that you should feel… Continue reading.
You have a long list of to-dos before you move, and you can’t help but feel a little stressed and overwhelmed. After all, you’ve got to get your home ready for showings, transfer your kids’ records to their new school, just to name a few items of business. In times… Continue reading.
A move represents one of the most stressful and hectic situations in a person’s life. And if you are about to move, you’d likely agree. You have to pack up your current house, clean it, and sell it. And once you move into your new abode, you need to unpack… Continue reading.
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.
Our parents are getting older, and you can’t help but notice that it is difficult for them to navigate stairs, take care of their large yard, and even drive. You know that their health will improve and their lifestyle will be happier if they relocate. Whether your parents are moving… Continue reading.
The day has finally arrived. All your boxes and furniture sit neatly and securely in the moving van, and you have your children buckled up in the car. You have only one task left: you have to put your pet in the car. You go to the bathroom or garage… Continue reading.
Relocation depression is a common problem for many recent movers. Depressed people may often feel sad, but that isn’t necessarily the only symptom. If you’re having trouble concentrating, sleeping, or adjusting, you may be depressed. Like all depression, relocation depression is a real problem that should be taken seriously. Relocation… 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.