Moving most of your belongings, while time-consuming, is simple: you pack books in boxes, wrap glass in paper, and take furniture apart. Better yet, you hire a moving company to pack for you. However, some items can be challenging to move. Fish tanks, for example, take more forethought and research… Continue reading.
If you’re moving to the country from an urban or suburban area, you may be a bit nervous about meeting the new neighbors. Will they like you in your new town, or will you be mocked for your city ways? The best way to get neighbors on your side is… Continue reading.
Moving can be stressful for you, but at least you have some idea what to expect. Moving can be even more stressful on your dog, who doesn’t understand what is happening and why. As a result, your dog may become more nervous and may revert to bad habits from his… Continue reading.
While spring can provide plenty of sunny days that are perfect for moving, the unpredictability of spring weather can also mean running into inclement weather when you least expect it. While most spring storms consist of scattered showers that clear right up, spring could also interrupt your move with thunderstorms… Continue reading.
When you begin to list all of the items to transport during an upcoming move, your household belongings likely make the list first. However, in addition to your indoor furnishings, personal electronics, and decor, you must also consider more difficult items such as your yard equipment and vehicle. In a… Continue reading.
Even under the ideal circumstances, packing up your life and home can be overwhelming and very time consuming. Unfortunately, if you are trying to stage and sell your home, trying to make your house look attractive while it’s littered with boxes and packing peanuts can seem downright impossible. Luckily, you… Continue reading.
The majority of your moving preparations take place weeks or even months in advance. You must start making reservations, housing arrangements, and travel plans well before your moving day actually comes up on the calendar. With all of your work before the day of your move, you may feel worn… Continue reading.
If you’re like most people, you need every dollar when you move, including your rental deposit money. Ensure your deposit is returned to you after moving out of your old place by meeting the requirements of your lease. Here’s how to have the best chance of receiving your security deposit… Continue reading.
Much of the moving process focuses on getting out of an old house. However, unloading your belongings, bringing them inside and unpacking them can be as complex and time consuming as packing them up. Unfortunately, many homeowners reach this point in their move and assume that the most conscientious work… Continue reading.
Moving into a new home or apartment for the first time can be very exciting and stressful. This is especially true if you have a lot of items to move. Between making sure you have enough boxes to finding the right moving company that fits your needs and budget, the… Continue reading.