Unless you take steps to protect your home as well, lifting items that typically aren’t meant to be moved also increases the risk of damage to your home. Keep your home safe and damage-free throughout your move with these tips.
For some people, having a house they can call their own is a dream come true. For others, owning a home may not be within their reach just yet. This is why it is always a good idea to ask yourself the question “should I buy or rent my next home?”.
The fridge is one of the most commonly overlooked components of kitchen packing, but a little advanced planning can help you tackle your food stash, minimize waste, and make your move a little easier. Here’s how you can empty out your fridge and pantry before you move without tossing food in the garbage or hauling it to your new place.
For the first time since 1976, when the government began tracking marital status, single adults make up more than half the population of the United States. Here are the top 10 cities for singles to live in, according to Forbes.
Regardless of whether you’re excited and eager to move to your new home or reluctant to embrace this unexpected and sometimes unwelcome event, moving can be an extremely stressful time. Try these tips to smooth the transition and make it a little less stressful.
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.
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.