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Anticipating the Unexpected: Coping with Last-Minute Changes in Your Move

While any move can involve significant planning, things can always go awry or unexpected hiccups with such a major task. The more prepared you are to navigate the unexpected, the easier you can move through the obstacle unscathed. Look at the unexpected things that can arise, explore strategies to handle last-minute changes and challenges, and how to be prepared for your residential move.

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How to Keep Employees Productive During a Move

Moving your company to a new location is exciting. Not only do you get to expand your company and customer base, but your employees have the opportunity to enjoy a new workspace. A move can be hectic, and keeping employees motivated and productive can be challenging. Below are some quick tips, tricks, and strategies to keep your employees productive during an office move.

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How to Pack Your Tools

Most people focus on packing their house for a significant residential move, including rooms like the kitchen, bathroom, and bedrooms. While packing these rooms is undoubtedly important, many homeowners must also pack and move a garage— home to many tools and equipment. Packing tools can be challenging because of their weight, sharp edges, and unusual sizing. Creating a plan of attack for packing your tools can help you speed through the process and safely transport your tools to your new home.

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How To Pack Pictures and Mirrors to Prepare for Your Move

When packing boxes for your household move, some require more care than others. This is especially true for fragile items, such as pictures and mirrors. You can’t pack these as quickly as you would clothing, books, or linens. When packing delicate items, the following tips can help ensure your pictures and mirrors arrive safely at your new home.

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Items to Clear Out Before a Move

One of the keys to a successful residential move is purging your belongings before you start packing. Scaling back your belongings makes for a more efficient, organized move and helps you settle in quicker at our new home when you have less stuff. Here are things you should clear out before moving day. Kitchen Extras The kitchen often collects extra items that you should discard before you move. These items include: Plastic containers that are worn, stained, or missing lids

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Preparing Your Office Team for a Move

Relocating your office can be an overwhelming task, but it becomes easier when you prioritize. One priority task is communicating with your office team about the move. Without good communication, your employees will be anxious and may become less engaged in their work. Here are some tips for preparing your team for an office move.

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Change of Address Checklist Before a Move

Planning your household move involves countless details. One important task to keep as a priority on your endless to-do lists is submitting your change of address requests. You don’t want your essential mail or deliveries to end up lost or with the wrong people. Let’s look at important details to add to your change of address checklist.

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5 Tips for How to Help Your Movers on Moving Day

Hiring a moving company is a great way to lower your stress during a move. Wanting to help isn’t a bad thing, but it can be impractical. You may be unable to help your movers load boxes or furniture on the big day, even if you feel like you should. But that doesn’t mean you have nothing to do. Following these tips can make your movers’ job easier when making your household move.

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Appraisal vs. Inspection: Understanding the Difference When Buying a Home

You've just had an offer accepted on your first home, and you're eager to close so you can get moved and settled in. Before you get to the closing table, however, there's still a lot to do. In most real estate transactions, you must schedule a formal appraisal and home inspection before closing. So, what exactly are these, and what do they entail? Staying informed through every buying process step will help you confidently reach the closing table.

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6 Tips to Help Your Kids Acclimate to Your New Town

Moving to a new town is a big adjustment for an entire household. Kids often face unique challenges, so it’s important to remember them as you relocate. They’ll face getting used to a new school, making friends, and trying out for sports teams. Even moving into a new room can be hard for kids, especially the little ones. As a parent, you can make the experience easier by being proactive. Here are a few tips to help your kids acclimate to your new area.

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