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How To Make Friends During A Pandemic

If, like many of our long-distance moving customers, you’re new to the Bay Area, you might be thinking you moved at precisely the wrong time. While lock-down restrictions aren’t as rigorous as they were a few months ago, it’s still a challenge to meet new people. Traditional ways of meeting friends, such as going to…

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What Are The Steps Involved In Selling Your Home

Despite the economy, the Bay Area housing market is still hot. Like many, you may be considering selling your home. While you will likely not have a problem selling it, there are several steps involved. Hire a broker The easiest way to sell a home is through a licensed real estate broker. Interview a few….

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The Top 10 Tools You Must Have For Moving

When you are planning your move, even if you’re hiring a mover, there are certain tools you can’t do without, or at least you shouldn’t. Measuring tape A measuring tape may be your most important tool for your move. In fact, you should bring it out before your move. Measure your furniture. Measure the space…

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Should You Or Your Parents Get A Reverse Mortgage

If you’ve watched any cable news, it’s likely you’ve seen a smiling handsomely mustached famous actor encouraging seniors to get reverse mortgages. Reverse mortgages have a lot of appeal. They allow people to tap into the equity in their homes to help with living expenses, but are they just a way to take people’s homes…

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When Renting Might Be The Best Option For You

More than almost anything, the American Dream is defined by home ownership. Owning your own place is the ultimate sign of adulthood, of responsibility, but homeownership is not for everyone. If you are one of those people, there is absolutely no shame in renting. Mortgage rates are at an almost all-time low, which is drawing…

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How To Help Others During The COVID Pandemic

No matter how you feel about how the COVID-19 pandemic has been handled, people are suffering. Since March, millions of people have lost their jobs. Job loss isn’t the only problem. Single people are feeling isolated and others are stuck with abusive people. It’s easy to feel helpless, especially if we’re sheltering in place, but…

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Where To Move In California If You Can’t Afford The Bay Area

If you’ve been waiting out the Coronavirus before buying a home, you might be waiting a bit longer. Despite the fact that fewer people are buying, home prices in the Bay Area are holding steady. Depending on the Bay Area county, median home prices range from nearly $500,000 to well over $1 million. The median…

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How To Organize Your Closet

If the pandemic is good for one thing (it has to be good for one thing, right?), it’s that it’s a great time to take on all those organizing chores you’ve been putting off. If you’re anything like me, your closet is a disaster. Here are tips for organizing even your worst space. Empty it…

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Things You Should Always Remember To Tell Your Mover

During the coronavirus pandemic, having a mover come to your home to give you an estimate might not be as appealing as you think. That said, it’s important that you get as accurate estimate as possible, especially if you have a bigger move. No matter how long you’ve lived in your home, you could have…

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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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