One of the most valuable things you can do when getting ready to move is properly labeling your belongings and creating an inventory list. By doing this, it will make both unpacking the moving truck and unpacking each box much easier and efficient for you.
So you’re about to cross the finish line after a big move, now what? First off, please take a moment to decompress and enjoy the newness of everything. Though you don’t want to spend too much celebrating just yet, because there may still be a few things to do.
Packing a moving box seems pretty simple, right? You load as much stuff as you possibly can into a box, tape that sucker up and then cram it into a truck. Done.
While there is probably no such thing as a completely stress-free moving day, here are some tips to hopefully make it not as stressful. Continue reading
Moving is a big decision – especially when you’re moving to a new city. Plus, buying or renting right now can present its own unique set of challenges, such as how to check out a home… from your home.
It can be a great time to take a personal inventory of all of your belongings while getting ready for a move, and it can also be a great opportunity to purge some things. There are likely items around your house that you just don’t use anymore so might as well make a little cash on them and not pay to have them moved.
You are getting ready for a big move so you just did a Google search for “what items do I need to pack my house?” Then, you found this post so congrats!
To tip or not to tip? We get asked this question a lot by clients, and we tell them the decision is completely up to them. Here are some questions to ask yourself to help you determine a tip amount.
Moving can be stressful for your entire family, including your furry friends. As you know, leaving your house for 10 minutes can sometimes be a traumatizing event for your pets, so even if you are just moving down the street to a new place it could likely be a big deal for them. Continue reading
Okay, so you know you are moving. You know what you want to take and when you want it at your new place. Now, it is time to get to really know the people who are handling your most sacred treasures.