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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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Top 8 Free Tools and Apps to Help You Plan Your Move

Free Tools and Apps: Image Creative Commons Zero (CC0) by rawpixel.com via Pexels   Whether it’s your first move or your 50th, one thing is for sure: moving can be complicated. Wouldn’t it be nice to have some free tools and apps to help you sell your house, pack and unpack and travel? To help with that…

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Why Americans Move; The Answer Might Not Be As Simple As You Think

Image via Health.mil When you in the midst of a move, it sometimes seems you are in it alone. Take heart, though, in knowing that more than 10 percent of the population either has moved or will move during the year. The latest numbers from the census bureau are from 2016, but according to them,…

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It’s Moving Off-Season — What Does That Mean For You?

You may not think of moving as a seasonal business. The real estate market is still crazy. It’s still tough to find a good apartment, but believe it or not, a lot fewer people move in the winter than they do in the summer. Why? Well, mostly because families wait until school is out for…

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How To Prepare For Living Without Your Furniture

If you are moving cross-country, your mover has probably prepared you for the inconvenient fact that it takes longer for a truck to travel than it does your car. Sometimes it’s a lot longer, depending on when the truck leaves and how many stops it needs to make along the way. So, how do you…

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When To Sell And When To Donate Things You Don’t Need

There is one sure way to cut the cost of your move, and that’s to move less stuff. While you’re in the middle of packing, it’s always a great idea to sort what you do and don’t need. If you haven’t worn it in years, get rid of it. If it’s in bad shape, definitely…

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Three Reasons To Consider Wide Plank Floors In Your New Home

When you move into your new home, you may find some things you didn’t notice at first. The floor, which was covered by rugs and staging furniture, suddenly doesn’t look so pristine and clean. If you decide to choose a new floor, there are many options now. It’s likely that your original flooring came with…

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