After weeks of packing, decluttering, and dodging piles of boxes, the big day has finally arrived! We’ve compiled a quick guide to moving day etiquette to help your day go off without a hitch (and make sure you mind your moving manners). Take a look at our list of dos and don’ts for your moving day.
The best way to protect yourself against moving scams is to do your homework before you book, and keep your eyes peeled for common warning signs. Learn about the most common moving scams and what to look for so you can avoid them.
When it comes to mattresses, we can all empathize with Goldilocks's struggle. This one is too firm, that one is too soft, then suddenly, you find one that’s just right and everything falls into place. The last thing you want to do is abandon your perfect mattress when you move!
Hosting a garage sale is one of the most popular ways to declutter your home before a move. Turn a cumbersome move into an efficient operation with our advice for planning, pricing, promoting, and hosting a successful garage sale.
There are many things to consider when you’re deciding which city works best for your family, including the quality of schools, safety, and what sorts of fun and entertaining activities are available. If you’re hoping to start a family or are looking to relocate with your kids, check out our infographic of the top 10 family friendly cities in the USA.
Whether you're tired of your town or are simply looking for a change, packing up your life and switching locations can be an exciting prospect. However, when your move isn't prompted by a job offer or college acceptance letter, it can be difficult to decide where to go.
Every industry has its own lingo and having the vocabulary to talk to people in the moving and shipping industries can help speed up the process and make it easier for you to clearly articulate what you want, as well as make it easier for you to understand what exactly you're getting or agreeing to.
If you’re moving to New York City, congratulations! An international hub for banking, finance, business, entertainment and the arts, this vast city has something exciting going on 24/7/365. However, all this excitement comes at a price.
You've seen New York City on the big and small screen, and maybe you've even visited a few times, but if you're considering living there, you might be more interested in the reality of residing in one of the five boroughs.