Posts Tagged ‘Moving In’

Three Factors to Consider When Moving into Your San Diego Apartment

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In such an exciting city surrounding you, moving in to your San Diego apartment will undoubtedly be extremely exciting. With the vast number of people wanting to live in the beautiful city, though, it is far from perfect. Prior to moving in to your San Diego apartment, you should consider the following issues. 1. Your […] read more

5 Things to Consider Before Moving in with Your Significant Other

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So you’re thinking about moving in with your significant other. Aside from the physical work of moving, you must also determine what will make the best living situation for both partners. There are 5 things to consider before moving in with your significant other. 1. What Each Household Will Contribute, Including Costs Before moving in […] read more

How to Get Moving Help: Bribery

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Moving help can be difficult to come by. Suddenly all your friends and family are too busy with work, school and family to lend a hand-never mind that they were perfectly willing to hang out with you the week before. Rather than resorting to costly professional movers, see if you can bribe friends and family […] read more

Moving Help: How to Ask Your Friends and Family

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The key to affordable (i.e., relatively free) moving help is to ask the people you know to lend a hand. However, asking your friends and family to help you out when you’re planning a move isn’t always easy. Here are some tips for convincing friends and family to help you out. Cash in on I.O.U.s […] read more

Moving Day: How to Plan an Efficient Move

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Moving day will be here soon, and you’re probably trying to arrange an efficient, stress-free move. This article will detail the proper way to plan the big move to minimize frustration, mistakes and time wasted. Tying up Loose Ends at Your Old Place Nothing is worse than trying to get settled in your new apartment […] read more

The Apartment Moving Checklist

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It has been said that moving is equivalent to the stress associated with divorce. If you’ve moved, especially more than once, you can understand that the only way to do it is by being ultra-organized-the best way to do so is to have an apartment moving checklist. If you are not an organized person pay […] read more

How Important is it to Make a Packing List for a College Apartment?

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Making a packing list for a college apartment may seem like a waste of time, but it can actually help you to save money and time on your move. Furniture Dorms almost always come with a bed and a desk. Some people who reserve loft beds like to bring a small couch or chair to go […] read more

5 Overlooked Moving Costs

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When it comes time to move, there are moving costs that generally get overlooked. When you look back at the move, you wonder where all the extra money went. In order to avoid that, take a look at these options. 1. Security Deposit and Fees Moving from one apartment to the other often requires putting […] read more

5 Tips for Moving into a High-Rise Apartment

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Moving into a high rise apartment presents more complications than moving into an apartment closer to the ground. Read on to learn tips for moving into an apartment that’s only accessible through an elevator-or worse, several flights of stairs. 1 – Take Less Stuff While one of the best tips for moving into any kind […] read more