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How To COVID-proof Your New Home

It’s summer time, which is the busiest moving time of the year. We’re also in the middle of a pandemic, which can make moving sort of scary. You can be reassured that Ninja Movers has your back. We take all necessary precautions to ensure your safety, but what about the place you’re moving into? Here…

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How To Pack Your Microwave For Your Move

As you look around your kitchen as you’re getting ready for your move, it’s easy to remember the little things. You know your dishes and silverware need packing. You have boxes for your pots and pans, but what about your microwave? A microwave takes a bit more prep than most things you’re moving. Clean it…

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How To Survive Roommating When You Own Your Home

Most of us have had roommates at one time or another, but there’s an expectation that once you pass a certain age, it’s time to either live alone or move in with a significant other. All of that is great if you can afford it, but as everyone knows, the cost of living in California…

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What’s The Difference Between A Local And Long Distance Move

Moving is a pretty basic thing to do. You pack up, load up a truck with everything you own, and then unload the truck. You may not know, though, that local and long distance moves are very different things. Here’s everything you need to know: Local moves A local move is pretty much exactly what…

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How To ‘Sage’ Your New Home

I’m not a particularly superstitious person, but there’s something about the tradition of “smudging” a new home to make it seem more like yours. Burning sage, or smudging, is an ancient tradition meant to clear the air of contaminants. No, we’re not saying burning sage will cure COVID-19 or even a common cold, but not…

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What The Coronavirus Means For The Housing Market

Right now, it seems, there’s so much to freak out about. We’re in the middle of a pandemic, and expectations are that a serious recession will soon follow. Recessions are generally bad news for the real estate market, at least if you’re selling. Here’s what to expect whether you’re buying or selling. Selling If you…

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How To Find A Place To Live During A Pandemic

Things look a little dire right now, but even pandemics pass, and this will too. Many people are postponing their moves until after the scare is over, but many people don’t have a choice. Perhaps your lease is up and your landlord is inflexible. Perhaps you just sold your home and need to vacate. How…

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How To Find A Great (Or At Least Good) Roommate

The cost of living in California can be through the roof. With the average cost of an apartment topping $2,000 a month, it’s no wonder people in California choose to live with roommates long past graduating college. Even married couples help pay the bills with roommates. Finding a good roommate, though, can be a challenge….

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Should You Rent Or Should You Buy?

If you’re contemplating a move, but haven’t yet found a place to live, you might automatically think renting is cheaper and easier, or you might think that buying is the best option for your future. Both buying and renting have their upsides and their downsides. Renting If you’re young and your current life feels a…

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Everything You Need To Know About Moving Insurance

When you move, you have certain expectations, and the biggest is that everything will arrive at your new home in the same condition as before. The vast majority of times, that’s the case, but even the best movers occasionally have some damage. Most people expect that their move is fully insured. Moving companies are not…

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