What to do 2-3 days after Moving day?

Continue unpacking Now that your local move or state to state relocation is over, you’re probably in the middle of unpacking your stuff and arranging your new home entirely to your taste. Undoubtedly, the boxes that you opened first must have been the “open first” boxes filled with absolute essentials for surviving the very first

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You are looking for affordable housing The National Association of Realtors researches the housing market in the USA and publishes their surveys on a regular basis. According to the latest data (October, 2014), housing affordability is down from a year ago as the median price for a single-family home has increased – $220,600, up 5.2

What to do on Moving day?

Wake up early Moving day is here! This is the culmination point of so many days of feverish activities and increasing levels of stress and worries. And the best way to handle the big day is to wake up early and deal with any last-minute finishing jobs before the moving truck parks in front of

How to Make a Moving Checklist

You can use your mobile phone, or use a printed checklist, make it as you like the most. Just ensure that you won’t miss arranging any moving related job, such as notifying utilities, government offices, personal service providers, or any magazines that you are currently subscribed for. Include any task that you need to finish

How to move pets?

Moving your pets requires careful planning and organized execution. All in all, it is not an easy task because of two major reasons: movers won’t relocate your pets so the responsibility of transporting them safely to their new home rests with you, and unlike a local move where you can take your loved ones with

What items not to pack for moving?

Yes, there are specific household items that you should not pack because your movers will not transport them due to a number of safety reasons. Each moving company has such a non-allowable list that you are advised to request before you begin packing your possessions, but generally speaking, all of those prohibited items fall into