Here is a list of all the moving and packing supplies you may want to consider in preparation for your next move. These items can help you move faster… cheaper… smoother… and more efficiently.
Moving/Buying/Selling A Home
Going to be moving, buying, or selling a house soon? Here, homeowners are sharing their favorite tips for those who like to do things themselves, instead of hiring a professional. If you're going to hire a professional to help you buy/sell the house and move your belongings to your new residence, we've got some expert tips and firsthand experience with that too!
Moving insurance is one of those things that people usually think they can get by without. After all, your moving or relocation company will cover any damage or destruction of your property while it’s being moved and during transit. Right? Well, not exactly.
Even before you show your home to the first potential homebuyer, you need to make sure your house is in pristine condition — inside and out. These things will help you sell your house fast.
Moving blankets are the those large thick blankets and pads that you see professional movers using to cushion your furniture and boxes while they move your items into their trucks. The blankets keep your things from getting damaged. But, should you buy or rent moving blankest… here’s what you need to know.
As a homeowner, you have to get creative about the ways you attempt to sell your home, since homes aren’t selling very fast on their own these days. Here are some creative ways to sell your house fast.
If you rent an apartment, or a house, then you’re probably wondering if you should buy renters insurance or not. So, who really needs to buy renter’s insurance? Here’s what you need to know about insurance for renters.
When I was moving out of state — from Oregon to Washington — the items on this moving checklist made my move so much easier. Without this list, I would have lost my mind!
Here are 5 great tips to save time when you’re packing up your home for a move…
Most of us have had to pack up and move at least once in our lives. And, this isn’t always the most fun experience. Plus, it can be downright expensive to move. I recently moved myself, and I learned a few interesting things along the way — some of them the hard way. So, if you don’t have the extra money to pay for movers to come and pack up your stuff and move it for you, then you’ll enjoy these money-saving tips.
Did you know that each time a house is relisted for sale in the real estate market, it gets a new MLS number? Then, for their reporting, Realtors simply use the last MLS number when they print out their reports showing average days on the market for the homes in their area. Cumulative days on market are rarely, if ever, addressed.
Retrevo.com is a site that contains reviews, ratings, details, and specs for virtually every product under the sun. Think: online shopping site… on steroids! I like it best for the reviews & ratings. Once you see Retrevo in action, you’ll never go back to standard online shopping & review sites.
Here are some tips from the pro’s about staging your home for resale. Hopefully, these staging tips will help you get top dollar for your home.
If you’re parking on the street, you’re making our neighborhood LESS safe, LESS friendly, and LESS inviting to visitors and future homeowners. Here are some reasons why you shouldn’t park on the street. Plus photos!
Whenever we’re contemplating moving to a new area, we take a picture using that area’s natural surroundings to creatively spell out the name of the town we’re considering. Check it out… It’s now become one of our most unique traditions!