The most important endeavor you will face in the beginning stages of your move is to “pick a mover”. This process can make many people pretty nervous because of all the horror stories that have hovered over the moving industry through the decades.
It’s not uncommon to be a little strapped for cash around the time of a big move, so it’s a good idea to shop around well in advance and budget for paying a company you feel comfortable with. Be sure to ask about guarantees and liability limits, and try to get a sense of whether or not the company is professional as well as upfront about their costs.
Word of mouth remains the best way to find out about whether a moving company is right for you or not. Contact someone you know who has recently moved, or contact your realtor and ask him or her to put you in contact with someone. If the moving company has passed their test, it very well might pass yours as well.
Moving can be a stressful time especially if you are moving to another state. One of the most challenging aspects of moving can be choosing a moving company. Since most of us don’t move very often we have little experience in this area. The information below may help give you an edge on this aspect of your move.
Moving to a new home is exciting, but let’s face it, it can also get very stressful. The worse mistake someone can make when a move is over the horizon is to procrastinate.
Moving households, whether it is due to a job transfer or upgrading your home, and whether moving across country or across town, is an expensive proposition. Even when a new employer sponsors a relocation, there are hidden or un-thought-of expenses such as tipping or registering your vehicle in a new state. Here are six ways to reduce expenses during your next move.
You may be thrilled to be moving, or you could be scared to death! Moving can leave you sad, glad, or a mixture of all. Don’t worry – I have done this too many times not to be able to help out. Here are some ways to help make moving into a new community easier.
Okay! By now everyone should have all of their moving supplies ready and their packing schedule done. (Yeah, right!) During all this packing there are a few other things that need to be taken care of. Most of these are common sense, but there are actually quite a few I ran across that I hadn’t thought of before. Below, I have another schedule of sorts (I’m really getting into this planning thing!) I have listed a time frame in which to do things, but of course you can change it around to fit your needs.