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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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How Much Should You Tip Your Movers?

It’s the end of a long day’s move, and time to pull the wallet out to pay. Everything seems pretty clearcut, but you might still be a little confused over whether to tip the movers or not, and how much. Here is almost everything you need to know about tipping movers. Should You Tip the…

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The Best Way To Organize And Pack Your Books

In many ways, books are the easiest item in your home to pack. You don’t need to wrap them in paper, or even fold them, but they do take some prep work. Purge You know those paperbacks you read when you were in high school? How about those lofty works of fiction you keep swearing…

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How To Settle Into Your New Home Office After A Move

When you move into a new home, it’s sometimes hard to decide where to unpack first. The bedrooms might come to mind; after all, you need clothing. Of course, you also need to eat, so there’s the kitchen. Your boss might have something else in mind, though, at least if you work from home. If…

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How To Make Your New House Immediately Feel Like Home

Before your move, you imagine your new home. You imagine every piece of furniture it its place. You imagine your favorite books on the shelves, your plants throughout, and family photos donning the walls. Unfortunately, after your move, your new home hardly feels like home. It’s full of unpacked boxes and clutter. There are things…

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It’s Tax Season; When You Can Deduct Your Move

Moving is expensive. That kind of goes without saying. There’s a downpayment or security deposit on your new place. You might have to lay down additional money on getting your utilities turned on, and of course, we can’t forget the cost of the move itself. While we don’t know much about the tax ramifications of…

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Moving In Together? You Will Need To Compromise

Your relationship is going great. You each have toothbrushes and toiletries at each others’ places. You might even have designated drawers. For the first time ever, or at least in a while, you’re truly in love, and ready to take the next step, which is moving in together. Why not? It can save a lot…

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