Moving season is in full swing and that means all of those friends you haven’t talked to in months will contact you for some moving help. Now, we know you’re not a total Scrooge when it comes to helping others, but if you’ve ever helped someone move then you know things don’t always go as […]
To ensure you get your full security deposit back, Move.org has compiled a list of some of the most frequently asked questions about how security deposits work as well as advice on how to avoid getting charged for excessive cleaning costs.
Mobile homes aren’t what they used to be. It’s estimated that about 20 million Americans are currently shacking up in mobile homes. Of that population, 57 percent is fully employed and another 23 percent is simply retired and living the good life. So what gives? Well, when you break it down and take a look at what a move into a mobile home has to offer these days, it’s not hard to see why so many Americans are opting for more mobile living.
When you’re moving, changing your address seems like a pretty straightforward item on your to-do list. And in many ways it is. But simplicity can be deceiving, and there are pitfalls to avoid. This is easy enough, though, if you simply know where and when to change your address. We’ve broken the list of necessary address changes into four categories, based on how urgent they are.
When you are a first-time renter, dealing with landlords can be very intimidating. They hold the keys to your dream apartment and you have to convince them to hand those keys to you and not to one of the 10 other people waiting in line behind you.
Here are some tricks we have learned at My First Apartment to get your landlord relationship off to a great start.
Moving is a time for a fresh start. Not just for your living space, but for your stuff as well. You’ve probably accumulated a lot of things in the time since you moved into your current place, and some of it — let’s be honest — has no business coming with you to the new place. Here are five steps that will help you make sure what you take with you is only what you truly want and need.
Finding the right moving services can be tricky, and there are many pitfalls to avoid. The last thing you need during a time as stressful as a move is to be taken in by a moving scam, or to discover that what you thought you could do yourself needed a professional’s expertise.
This guide is not necessarily about answering every question, rather it will help you to ask a few questions about each step in the process. We want to help you be sure that you’re moving in the way that’s best for you and your family.
Moving is an exciting and inspiring project, but its many details and tasks can also be a tad overwhelming. One of the smartest things you can do during this transition to safeguard your future and protect your investment is to conduct a home inventory.
It seems like a big task, but it can be done more easily than you think, and the benefits far outweigh the effort.
See how a Moving Binder can take a huge amount of stress out of your upcoming move by getting (and staying) as organized as possible.