If you have decided to sell your house and make a move, then you have some prep work ahead of you. For some, it will take very little work, but for others, it will take a little more effort. The best advice we can give on prepping your house for potential buyers is to walk through your house as if YOU are a potential buyer. Pretend it isn’t your house or your belongings. What things would you notice in a good way and what things would put you off as a house buyer?
Moving is never really viewed as a small task or easy undertaking. But, the choice to move by yourself can definitely make an already difficult task more stressful. We understand that not everyone can afford to hire professional movers, but it’s important to keep in mind that movers offer a variety of services and prices. For example, you can pack your own things which will save you cost-wise. But, if you choose to do your move completely on your own without any help from a professional moving company, we feel like there are a few things you should know.
Professional movers are trained in packing your belongings in the most efficient and safest way possible. They are trained to pack in such a way that even your fine china makes it to its new destination without a scratch. Can you say the same? If you pack it, are you going to just use old newspapers and hope for the best? If it gets broken, how will you replace it?
Whenever someone experiences the loss of a loved one, it is a very difficult time. Along with grieving, those left behind are often lost in mounds of paperwork as they try to settle the affairs of their departed loved one. Because we have no control over when people pass away, those close to them may have already had a move planned prior to the loss of their loved one. What does that look like?
We know that moving into a new house, or even a rental that is simply new to you, can be really exciting! It doesn’t have to be a brand new house or even a house you are buying. Moving can be a fun and exciting experience. Whether you have moved within the same town that you love or moved across the country, getting settled into your new place is fun and special. You may have just moved or maybe you have been in your house for years. Regardless of how long you have lived there, we thought it might be helpful to provide you with a list of how often certain things should be done in your house to keep everything in good working order. We hope you find it helpful!/
We all remember having to do it when we were in school. Different states have different names for them, but we all faced those dreaded booklets full of timed tests requiring us to make sure we had two No. 2 pencils in our possession at all times! In grade school, recess couldn’t come soon enough. In high school, lunch couldn’t start fast enough. Anything to get a break from those dreaded tests! States are still subjecting their students to what most kids perceive as a form of torture.