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Should You Invest In A ‘Smart Home?’ — The Pros And Cons To An Automated Home

If you’re buying or renting in the Bay Area, odds are, your home was built before the tech revolution. Still, we live in the hotbed of technology, and even if your home was built in the 20th, or even 19th Century, you can smarten it up with some gadgets that are guaranteed to make your…

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How To Save Money On Your Move By Mapping Our Your Floor Plan

One of the biggest mistakes people make when moving is assuming everything will seamlessly make the transition from old abode to new. We can’t tell you the number of times customers have given our movers pieces of furniture that will simply not fit in their floor plan. While our movers appreciate the freebies, it’s far…

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How To Attract The Best Customers To Your Moving Sale

The best way to save money on your move is to move less stuff. Sure, you can donate a lot of your items, and take some money off your taxes, but why not try to get a little dough for your discarded treasures? One of the best ways to do that is to have a…

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Corporate Relocation Guide: Moving Your Office to San Francisco

Featured image by Photo by Jared Erondu on Unsplash If you’re planning to move your office to San Francisco, you’ll need to keep a few things in mind to ensure that your plan makes sense for you, the business, and your employees. It’s no wonder why a business would want to relocate to SF, either….

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How Your Mover Can Help You Sell Your Home

Your home is a monument to you and your family. It’s filled with memories, photos, and...

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Moving Throughout History — How Moving Has Changed Over The Years

Every year, it seems, technology gets faster and faster. In some ways, the world has changed in the last 10 years as much as it changed during the 100 years prior. The moving industry, though, moves (excuse the pun) a bit slower. Still, many changes have taken seasoned movers by surprise. Moving Is An American…

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How To Get Your Neighbors To Help With (Some) Home Improvements

When you buy an older home, even with a pre-closing inspection, you’re going to encounter some problems, or at least a need for home improvement. Most will be minor, but some could be major, and some might not be the “fault” of your home at all. There are times when your neighbors’ homes could be…

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Is It Worth It To Buy A Home Warranty After Moving Into Your New Home

Over the last few decades, we’ve seen a relatively new industry pop up, and a new bill for homeowners. Home owners are inundated with offers of home warranties, but they are confusing, and sometimes confounding. What are home warranties, and are they worth the money? The phrase “home warranty” is a bit misleading. Home warranties…

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Five New Year’s Resolutions To Make Your Next Move Much Easier

Whether you just moved or you are anticipating a move in the near future, the whole process is somewhat daunting. Those at the tail end of the move swear, just swear, that next time, they’ll be better prepared. If your move is in the future, these New Year’s resolutions will make your move much easier:…

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How To Keep Your Moving Day *Well* Moving

Moving Day Image via Pexels If you are moving locally, time on moving day is money, literally. If you are moving long-distance, you still don’t want to drag the move out. Fortunately, there are ways you can help your move move along, but you might have to start before moving day. Pack Some customers pack…

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