Moving can be a stressful experience. Following our moving advice can make your move go more smoothly. Moving tips include researching movers, getting moving cost estimates and getting the best prices for boxes. Check out all the columns, articles, radio shows, blog entries and videos on this page for tons of moving advice.
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How can you pick the right moving company? It's not all about finding the lowest price. Some movers are scam artists that will hold your belongings hostage until you pay up. Do your research and check out your movers with the Better Business Bureau and other professional organizations to help you select a moving company.
Moving can be a stressful experience. Following these moving tips can make your move go smoother. Moving tips include researching movers, getting moving cost estimates and getting the best prices for boxes. Use these tips as a home moving checklist to make sure you get everything done for your move.
Moving across the street isn't any easier than moving across the country. Hiring movers might seem like an extra expense, but moving on your own isn't an easy task. Whether you're moving down the street or across the country, spending a few minutes preparing for your move will save you time and money.
A single man put is sister on the title of his home in case something happened to him. Now that he is married, he would like to take his sister off of the title but she will not agree to the change. There are many reasons why you should always check with an attorney before putting someone's name on the title of a major asset.
Often you will see old accounts on your credit report. There may not be any harm in having old and inactive accounts still being reported on your credit report. If there is a discrepancy on your credit history you can go to the three credit reporting bureaus and file an online dispute.
While finding the right house to buy is tough enough, many home buyers find themselves way over their heads when it comes time to pack up the house and move to their new home. Figuring out what you're going to do ahead of time can help. According to the American Moving and Storage Association (www.moving.org), you should start planning for your move at least eight weeks from the date of the move.
If you are trying to cancel old credit accounts, make sure you have the correct contact information and then send a "return receipt requested" letter to the credit company. However, it's better for your credit score to keep old accounts open, but at a zero balance.
Moving involved more than closing on a house or signing a lease. In addition to getting your home packed up, you've got utility accounts to close and open, change of address cards to fill out and dozens of other items on your "to do" list. Here are ten tips you can do that will help make your move go a little bit easier. You can even use it a checklist.