How To Plan A Budget For A Local Move

Posted on: 10 October 2016

If you're planning a local move, it pays to be prepared. One way to stay ahead of the curve is to plan a budget so there aren't any big shocks to your wallet. Here are three ways to hone in on all the possible costs so that moving day goes without a hitch. #1. Plan ahead According to rental expert Niccole Schreck, you should plan your move a year in advance when possible so there's plenty of time to save money. [Read More]

Pregnant And Relocating? Here's What You'll Need To Know

Posted on: 23 August 2016

Moving from one apartment or home to another is no cakewalk, even under the best possible circumstances. For someone who's pregnant, however, the entire move takes on a new dimension of stress and worry. If you're planning on moving before you have your baby, there are a few things you'll want to know before you start packing.   Moving Long Distance? Find a Doctor First The first thing you should do as soon as possible, especially if you're moving cross-country, is look for a new obstetrician. [Read More]

Three Ways To Insure Your Move

Posted on: 16 June 2016

If you are like most people who are engaged in a move, you would like to assume that everything that leaves your old residence will arrive at your new residence in the same shape it started out in. Unfortunately, even when you secure the services of a professional moving company, things can sometimes happen that can cause your items to be damaged. But whose responsibility is it to repair or replace your items? [Read More]

Tips For Simplifying Your International Move

Posted on: 13 November 2015

Making a move to another country is a big deal not only because of the change in environment, but also the change in culture. The first few days following an international move can be a flurry of confusion, changes and new discoveries. If you've just found out that you're going to be moving, this is the time to start getting ready. Here are a few things that you can start working on now to help make the transition a little bit easier. [Read More]