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The things you gotta know if you're making a move.
Some of my thoughts through every stage of my past relocations.
Take a look around- this is where I brain dump all of my acquired knowledge and skills when it comes to making a move. There's just gotta be something you need!
If you’re going to be relocating to a new city, state, or even country, you want to plan a visit that checks on all the major factors that will affect your life after your relocation. Here’s a step by step guide to planning a town visit before you move to a new town:
Are you planning a long-distance move? Hiring professional long-distance movers is essential for a stress-free relocation… and you know it’s my goal to help you have a stress-free relocation! In this comprehensive guide, we’ll walk you through the essential steps to help you hire the best long-distance movers for your needs, ensuring a seamless transition […]
One of the biggest expenses of moving, especially out of state, is the cost of hiring a moving company. The cost of a moving company can vary greatly depending on several factors, including the distance of the move, the weight of your belongings, and the services you require. It’s essential to research moving companies and obtain several quotes to find the best value for your money.
Living in a place you know you will soon be leaving is a challenging mindset. Every decision you make is filtered through the knowledge of whether or not it will have long term effects. Should we do that landscaping project? Buy the bigger house that we need? Build that friendship we might lose?
Through my various moves, I’ve learned an important lesson: if you put aside the most important items ahead of time, the rest doesn’t matter as much. You won’t have to run around the house looking for where you packed the cutlery if you’ve put aside one set for each family member in one very important […]
If you’ve ever moved to a new place with your family as a child, you know how hard that can be. Being the new kid in school is awkward and unsettling, but you’re given dozens of opportunities every day to build meaningful connections with your peers. Between school and extra curricular activities, you’re pretty much […]
The Fair Housing Act was enacted in 1968 to prevent discriminatory practices like steering and redlining from happening. And while there’s still work to be done, real estate brokers and mortgage lenders can no longer practice this way without breaking the law.
Here are some (surprising) questions you probably have that real estate agents aren’t allowed to answer in order to comply with Fair Housing Laws.