About 14 percent of the American population moves during any given year. And if you’re one of those 14 percent, you know how stressful moving can be. Check out our guide to relocation to make your transition to a new home, or a new city, easier.
Moving is no fun, yet the U.S. Census Bureau estimates a person will move 11.7 times in their lifetime. Are you planning your next move? Here are some tips to help make your move as smooth as can be!
If you’ve ever experienced a move for work or other reasons, you know how stressful it can be. We sat down with Bill Mulholland, CEO of American Relocation Connections, to discuss some of the things people should know before they go.
Depending on where you are in the home buying process, you may have made a list of the features you want in your new home, the supplies you need for packing, the final to-dos of moving day and the beverage request list for all the people helping you move. But what about that other list? The one with your new doctor, pharmacy, bank, cable/Internet company and favorite coffee shop? Here’s a list of things you’ll want to think about when moving to a new location, to help make that transition as smooth and stress-free as possible.
How do you ensure that the house of your dreams is in a school district that fits the bill? With a little time and research, you can learn everything you need to know before you make an offer. Here are tips to help you find the right schools when searching for your potential new home.
Any big city has a certain culture that locals are expected to adhere to, so you’ll need to familiarize yourself with the city’s vibe. These aren’t exactly rules, but knowing a few things about the concrete jungle will make your transition smoother.
Are you about to start your move? Make sure you’re prepared so your move goes off without a hitch. Check out our timetable and tips to help you pull off a stress-free move.
Moving to a new place where you don’t know many people can be very overwhelming. Integrating with the social scene can be a challenge when you’re in unfamiliar surroundings, but don’t let that keep you from putting yourself out there. Use these helpful tips to let your social butterfly wings fly!
There are apps out there for just about everything nowadays, including apps to make the moving process easier. Here are a few of the best apps you should download before your next move.
For many soon-to-be undergrads, the first place you’ll live on campus is that time-honored staple of collegiate life – the dormitory. In this article, we’ll share some tips and tricks for making the transition to independent living.