Showing posts from October, 2014

Top 5 Tips: How to Live With Your Parents Again:

Going back to the room you had as a teenager will be a new experience for you now!
Are you thinking about moving back in with your parents? Whether that is after college, a breakup, divorce, with a baby or a family, at the age of 30, 40 or any other age, because you want to save money, you don’t have a job, you want to take care of your elderly parents, or for any other reason, here you will find useful tips to help you take the decision to move and also help you cope once you have relocated back to your parents’ home. Moving back into your parents house may not be your biggest dream or wish right now, but even if it is something that you want very much, there are a few things to consider before the move; things that will make your relocation easier for everyone. Is moving back in with parents a good idea? Check out these 5 great tips on moving back into your parents’ house.

Tips on Moving Back in With Parents

Set some rules for everyone. On the one hand, you may not be a little girl or …

3 Types of Moving Estimates: What You Need to Know:

When it’s time to move, cost is a big concern. No consumer ever wants to feel like they’re the mark in someone else’s scam. Obtaining an accurate moving estimate is no different. The type of estimate you receive from your movers goes a long way in ensuring your peace of mind. You should feel confident with your mover and with the expected cost. To help the process along, you need to provide any estimator with an accurate accounting of all your possessions. Make sure the estimator knows about every item you plan to move—especially any large, heavy stuff you’ve accumulated. Also, let your estimator know if you have extra stuff in your attic, garage, or shed. The more information you provide, the more accurate your estimate will be. Here’s how the two most common types of moves are estimated: 1. For a local move, you’ll likely pay per-hour charges. Variables include how many movers will be required on the crew and the number/size of vehicles your move will require. 2. For a long-distance …