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Once you decide moving across the country is your next step in life, preparing your home for sale is something you can’t avoid. Around 6 million homes are sold each year in the U. S., and the housing market keeps growing. As a result, homes are selling quickly. No wonder you decided to say goodbye to your old place and have a fresh start in a new environment.

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Going through all the house hunting tips you can find out there before you start looking for a potential home will make this complex process as rewarding as it is challenging. There are so many expressions emphasizing our emotional attachment to the places we live in. Still, relying on home sweet home as probably the most familiar one, it’s easy to understand there’s not a single more important purchase than buying a new dwelling place. So, how do you survive house hunting, then? That’s where we come in. Stick to our house hunting guide to find out how to properly prepare and have a good start.

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If you want to learn how to stop getting mail for previous residents because you moved recently, you should prepare yourself for this adventure. When you realize how many envelopes come through the US Postal Service (around 150 million,) it shouldn’t come as a surprise that some mistakes happen. However, if you’ve never had this situation before, understanding some do’s and don’ts will help you resolve this issue as soon as possible.

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In this article, you’ll find a convenient tiny house checklist that will remind you of all the things you should consider if you decide that life in a big apartment doesn’t suit you and you want to spend more time outside. Relocating to a nice area with plenty of outdoor amenities might be the right solution for you. Moving to a tiny house might sound challenging if you’re used to big apartment comfort, but it also has many benefits. You’ll definitely spend less money on taxes and maintenance, and you’ll have more reason to explore and enjoy your surroundings.

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Moving across the country is stressful enough without a global pandemic of Coronavirus. If you plan to move and have already arranged everything with your company, here are some rules that can help you and your movers to move safely as much as possible. There is so much uncertainty and questions regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but if you stick to these couple of moving safety tips, your relocation will go smoothly. But first, let us answer some questions you may have.

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If you are considering moving for a job, you should be aware of how big of a decision that is to make and how big of a change it could be. There are many things to consider when relocating for a job, and you must be full of questions. Lighten up – we are about to help you solve all your dilemmas, put your worries to rest, and tackle the question of how to relocate for a job.

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Congratulations! You successfully moved your home (or at least you survived the process) and put an end to your long-distance moving story. Now is the perfect time for a list of things to do after moving. The first days are vital, so try to use the last bit of your energy to make your new house feel like home. Read on to discover what you need to do to get the most of your new place.

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