How to find the right real estate agent


Although buying or selling a home can be an exciting adventure, it’s also a time-consuming (and in the case of the former, expensive) process. So, when it comes to selecting a person to oversee the purchase or sale from your… Continue Reading

How to pack designer clothes and shoes


Broken or damaged items are a nightmare scenario we all imagine when preparing for a move. And while you’d rather have everything arrive perfectly at your destination, the items most expensive and difficult to replace are, understandably, the most important ones… Continue Reading

Avoiding Heat Stroke during the Hot Summer Months


Obviously HEAT is a serious factor during summer. Please remember to keep yourself well hydrated. Do not wait until you feel thirsty.  It takes 24 to 48 hours to properly re-hydrate. Take yourself out of a box run if you feel extreme fatigue.… Continue Reading

How to pack


Add method to the madness with these packing tips You can make packing your things a lot easier with these simple techniques: Use the proper packing materials. It will pay off in the long run! Sturdy boxes, packing tape, bubble… Continue Reading

Helping Your Kids Adjust to the Move


Your family’s move can be an exciting time for your children and for you. It can also be a stressful and sad time. Your child may have different feelings about your family’s move: scared about going to a new school,… Continue Reading

Budgeting for Your Move


Moving certainly taps your bank account. How much depends on a number of factors: whether your employer is helping with the cost, how much ‘stuff’ you have, and how far you are moving. To get an idea of how much… Continue Reading

Don’t Forget the Trailing Spouse


Job-related relocation considerations for the ‘other half’ Nearly one million Americans relocate for purposes of a job each year. And over 75% of those are married, according to the Employee Relocation Council. So what happens to the spouse in this… Continue Reading

Common Relocation Packages


You finally got that great job offer and the company is paying to move you cross-country, or at least more than 50 miles away. Besides leaving the people and lifestyle you’ve grown accustomed to behind, what can you expect to… Continue Reading

Military Moves


10 Things to Make Your Move Better Relocating your family and personal belongings due to a permanent change of station (PCS) is something that every military family encounters sooner or later. Whether you look forward to the move with eager… Continue Reading

Packing Materials – Find The Best and Cheapest


Typical packing materials used for household moving are: Boxes, packing tape, packing paper, and markers. To get the best packing materials for the cheapest prices, each of these may come from different sources. When asking the question what packing materials… Continue Reading