Moving. It’s a process that can make everyone stressed out because there is so much to think about. Bekins wants to make sure that you know what you’re signing up for when you choose a mover and to help you avoid the stress. 1. Know your pricing options. Is it… Continue reading.
Here are some good moving tips to help you get ready for your move. The more organized you are, the better your move will be. Thanks to the MovePoint Blog for these great suggestions and reminders. As always, plan all the details early – it will help your move a little less stressful! … Continue reading.
You have closed on your new home and are ready to move in. What’s the first thing you should do? Change the locks! You never know who might have keys to your home. Give yourself peace of mind and ease your worries. Realtor® Jon Klein of Parkland, FL wrote an eye opening… Continue reading.
Moving with children can be tricky. There are so many changes on the horizon that it causes anxiety and stress for both you and your children. Here are a few tips recently published from Relocation.com to help make the transition a little easier on them and you. Just be sure to keep the conversation open… Continue reading.
2011 seems to be an active year for major weather incidents; hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, earthquakes – all devastating situations. Would you know everything that’s in your home in an emergency situation or if you are considering downsizing or moving? Here is a good article from Tim Johnson of Relocation.com on how to be ready… Continue reading.
There are so many details you must take care of before you move. Don’t forget about your mail. The U.S. Postal Service has now made it easy to change your address online. Follow the following link and you’ll get this task accomplished quickly and easily. https://moversguide.usps.com/icoa/home/icoa-main-flow.do?execution=e1s1&_flowId=icoa-main-flow&
Moving to a new home in a new city is one of the most stressful events in a family’s life. The transition to a new home, a new job, new neighbors and friends brings on anxieties for an adult, but think about children. Children need to learn about their new… Continue reading.