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Finding the right sized home for your family — and all of your belongings

Have you ever asked yourself, “How much house do I really need?”  Read Here >

Furniture Storage Guide: Get Tips for All Kinds of Furniture

Moving or storing furniture takes a little bit of work, but it doesn’t have to be especially complicated or expensive. With a few different options for protective covering, you shouldn’t have to worry about your furniture getting scratched or easily damaged. So long as you’re willing to spend a few…  Read More >

Guide to handling a hoarding spouse

Hoarding is a serious mental health issue that goes far beyond overconsumption or living in an unorganized home.  Read Home >

 

Guide to Moving for the Disabled

According the Centers for Disease Control, in the U.S., 47.5 million adults report having a disability. If you have a disability and are planning to join the millions of Americans who move each year, you may benefit from moving advice that addresses your specific needs. Following is a resource guide… Read More >

Homestaging 101

Want to sell your house in a flash?

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How to arrange and declutter your home for optimal accessibility

According to the Los Angeles Times, clutter is “the cholesterol of the home.”  Read More >

Military Storage

A personally procured move (PPM) is just what it sounds like, and generally includes a reimbursement of 95 percent of the cost of a government-procured military move. Most military members are generally familiar with these options already. Whether for a PCS or some kind of temporary duty (TDY/TDA/TD… Read More >

Moving out and forward: The guide to planning new living arrangements as your di…

Image courtesy of Pixabay Anyone who has gone through a divorce will tell you that it doesn’t just happen — it’s a process. It can take weeks, sometimes even months, for all the details to be negotiated and finalized; for some families, that means cohabitation until the end. Still, there… Read More >

Moving timeline checklist

Whether you’re moving across town or across the country, there are heaps of tasks and chores you must complete to get to your new home.  Read More >

One man’s trash: Safety tips for secondhand furniture and toys

Sometimes sticker shock can be deafening, especially when the price for that couch you want or that baby’s crib you love creeps into the hundreds — or even thousands. Read More >

Packing Supplies: What You Need for Successful Moving and Storage

Boxes and containers are the big thing that most everybody wants to know about. If you’re starting the process, we suggest you start by choosing and finding your moving boxes. But if you’re like most people, you’ll also have a handful of questions about packing supplies including wrapping materials,… Read More >

Parent’s college-bound student guide

How to Help Your College-Bound Student Pack — and What to Do with Their Empty Room Read More >

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