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How to Negotiate a House Price When Moving Cross Country

Posted in How-to,Looking for a Home on December 12, 2022

Owning the home you’re living in can give you an irreplaceable feeling of security and reliability. That’s why buying property is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. Unfortunately, it will also be one of the most expensive decisions in your life. So, learning how to negotiate a house price down is essential for making sure you don’t end up regretting this decision.

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How to Transfer LLC to Another State

Posted in How-to on December 9, 2022

Moving across the country is a big transition in your life. Everything you own is being shipped off to another country, and in some cases, that includes your work as well. If you’re an entrepreneur trying to figure out how to transfer LLC to another state, we’re here to help you plan your move and choose the best option for relocating your business.

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7 Tips for Former Students Moving Back in With Parents After College

Posted in Moving Tips & Tricks,Planning the Move on December 7, 2022

When you’re in your twenties, getting a diploma means that you’ll hopefully land a good job and settle in a nice apartment. From that perspective, moving back in with parents after college doesn’t sound like a good idea. However, it has become very common nowadays, so let’s look at how you can navigate this move if it’s the best option for you at this moment.

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Moving to the East Coast? Here’s Everything You Need to Know

Posted in Planning the Move on December 5, 2022

The North Atlantic coast has traditionally been among the most alluring places to live, and this trend is still present now. The key factors why Americans are moving to the East Coast (EC) are the mild climate, the number of sunny days, and the vast choice of employment options. In case you intend to move to EC as well, let’s go over the difficulties and advantages, as well as advice for achieving it without a hitch.

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How to Perform USDOT Number Check and Why Is It Important

Posted in How-to on December 2, 2022

If you are relocating your household goods from one state to another with a mover, you should perform a USDOT number check on the company before you hire them. The United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) number is issued to motor carriers by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). The FMCSA is responsible for protecting the public from unsafe and unreliable trucking companies, helping you avoid scams during a move.

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What Size Moving Truck Do I Need When Relocating Across the Country

Posted in Moving Tips & Tricks on November 30, 2022

Relocation can be a stressful time. There are so many things to think about and plan for, especially in the packing department. One of the most important questions you’re probably asking yourself is what size moving truck do I need. So, how do you determine what size truck you need for your move? Keep reading to find out.

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Is Moving a Traumatic Experience?

Posted in Coping With Relocation,Moving Tips & Tricks on November 28, 2022

Depression after changing residency can seem like something that happens only to a few people. Sure, it won’t affect everyone, and if it does, it doesn’t have to affect you in the long term. But feeling emotionally strained after relocating is actually very common. So, is moving traumatic? Let’s answer this question once and for all.

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Moving in With Friends – Yes or No?

Posted in Moving Tips & Tricks,Planning the Move on November 25, 2022

Moving in with friends has always been a dream for many people. But is it smart to turn that dream into reality? Everyone had that moment with their peers discussing what it would be like to live together. You don’t stop to think if there are any downsides to sharing a living space with a friend. That’s why we’re here with a list of pros and cons to help you decide if it is bad to move in with friends.

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The Only First Apartment Checklist You’ll Ever Need

Posted in Moving Essentials,Planning the Move on November 23, 2022

Relocating into your first apartment is an exciting time and a big step towards independence and adulthood. Not only will you become responsible for yourself, but also for your own space, too. That’s why you have to make a first apartment checklist. With this list in hand, you can be sure that you’re covering all your bases and setting yourself up for success in your new home.

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How to Make Moving Easier and More Enjoyable

Posted in How-to,Moving Tips & Tricks on November 21, 2022

It doesn’t matter if you’re going down the street or hiring a long-distance moving company, packing your whole life into boxes can seem almost impossible. That’s why one of the most important questions you should ask yourself when relocating is how to make moving easier and less stressful. No one wants to get to their new location completely burned-out, so let’s see what you can do to enjoy this newest chapter of your life more.

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