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Tasks to Complete Before Moving Out of Your Rental

You must complete specific tasks when ready to move out of your rental. To make the transition to your new apartment, condo, or home easier, tick the following to-do items off your list.

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6 Signs That You Need to Repack a Box

Once you pack a box, it’s a relief to know that you can set it aside until you move. Except it doesn’t always turn out that way. Occasionally, you have to repack a box after packing it incorrectly. Here are five signs a box needs repacking, so you can fix it beforehand. 1. Loud Noises Properly packing a box involves wrapping delicate items to stay secure and not move around inside the box. 

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Bringing a Senior Relative to Live With You? 8 Tips to Help Them Declutter

Bringing a senior relative to live in your home can be a rewarding experience, but it can also be a lot of work. Downsizing is a time-consuming, work-intensive process that your relative will likely undergo. However, you can make it easier by following these tips.

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4 Important Questions Before Selecting New Office Space for Your Business

Certain decisions can make all the difference in the workforce's productivity, budget, profitability, and how well your business thrives. One of those business decisions is choosing a new office space. If you have concluded that office relocation is necessary, prepare in advance as a business owner. Sit with some big questions and consider the answers to help ensure you relocate to the best new office space.

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5 Problems You May Encounter With a Do-It-Yourself Move

One of the first questions everyone faces when moving to a new home is whether they should tackle the relocation themselves or hire professional movers.    The advantages and disadvantages of each home moving circumstance are unique, so it’s hard to determine what will be ideal for you. In most cases, people not in the moving industry aren't familiar with the proper procedures for moving heavy items, protecting furniture, and loading or driving moving trucks.  

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5 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Sale in the New Year

Are you planning to sell your home in the new year?! You can do many things to prepare your home for sale. Below, we've listed five things you can do to help ensure your house is ready to put on the market when the time comes. By fixing maintenance problems, meeting with a realtor, staging, and performing other tasks, you can get your house ready for sale.

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Tips for Moving in Winter

Moving in the winter isn't necessarily ideal, but sometimes winter is your only option. Here are some tips to make your winter household relocation go more smoothly.

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Tips for Packing Small Appliances for a Household Move

When it's time to pack up the house for a move, one room, in particular, might be intimidating — the kitchen. And it's easy to see why. There are countless items in the kitchen, many of which are oddly shaped, easily breakable, and expensive to replace. Small kitchen appliances often require extra care and some special packing materials, from the toaster oven to the air fryer, the coffee maker to the blender. Read on to learn how to pack small appliances like a pro.

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Preparing for a Cold Weather Move

When moving day falls in the winter, you may live someplace where the weather is inclement, cold, windy, icy, and snowy. With these potentially dangerous conditions, you must take extra care and special precautions when moving your household. The good news is that scheduling a move in this "off-season" can save you money. These five tips can help you prepare when a winter move is on the horizon.

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Which Areas of a New Home Often Need the Most Repair?

One essential part of buying a new home is getting it inspected. A four-point inspection aims to spot any potential issues that could cause problems for you in the future. However, while this overview covers the main parts of the house, it won't discover everything. So, as a new home buyer, you must be aware of different areas that could need repair soon after you move in.  We've compiled a list of the top sections, and here's what you should expect.

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