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How to Maximize the Space in Your New Home

Spacious. It’s a common adjective to advertise real estate. After all, spaciousness is a selling point. Almost everyone on the market for a new home envisions it to be uncluttered, open, simplistic, unfettered by material objects and reminders of the outside world. And of course, when you’re checking out new houses, many of them do
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8 Must-Have Apps When Moving To A New Town

Moving to a new home is never an easy undertaking. It becomes a lot more difficult when you are moving to a new town. Even if you are excited about leaving your current location, starting life afresh in a new town can be a lot to handle. No matter how easy-going and charismatic you are,
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Long Distance Moving to Indiana

Indiana enjoys a reputation of having a small-town vibe in a state with amazing well-known metropolis, mostly because almost everybody has heard the word Indianapolis at least a few times in their lives. Most travel blogs will stress the sense of ease offered by the state, which seems nice until you realize that “sense of
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Long Distance Moving to Washington State

Quick question: what’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “Washington?” The White House? The Lincoln Monument? Congress? Good, because that’s not the Washington we’re talking about. No, today we’re going to talk about Washington state, which probably calls to mind images of never-ending rain, old Fraiser reruns, and sparkly
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Living Your Best Life for Snow Birds

You’re going back to work, your kids are going back to school and they’re going back to the beach. Who are these privileged few who get to say “No” to snow, wind, hail, sleet, and slippery sidewalks? They’re the snowbirds, commonly known as Northerners who move to a southern state in the colder weather. If
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Culture Shock Moving to New York

Living New York City. The Big Apple. Home of the Yankees, Broadway, and Wall Street. And contrary to popular opinion, NYC isn’t the only thing of interest in the state of New York. While there’s a big distinction between New York State and the city of New York, anyone moving to New York may have
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How to Enjoy Your New Neighborhood to the Max

Congratulations to you, New Homeowner! You’ve arrived in your new neighborhood, as in you’ve reached your destination, but have you really “arrived” in your new neighborhood? Have you made your big splash, your debut, your grand entrance? You don’t just want to live in your new neighborhood, you want to live it up in your
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Culture Shock Moving to San Francisco

The Weather Changes Most regions in the United States offer varying types of weather throughout the seasons. San Francisco manages to offer varying types of weather based on what street you’re standing on. Start on one street and the weather may be cool, dry, and sunny. Go over a few streets and you might get
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Moving to Florida: Top 10 Reasons to Relocate to the Sunshine State

Why would moving to Florida be completely worth it? The sun. The beaches. The nightlife. Our headquarters are perfectly located in the heart of South Florida. What more can we say – moving to Florida is great! You’ve vacationed there and loved it. So why not move there? Is the Sunshine State really right for you? If
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8 Tips to Road Trip Like a Boss

If you’re considering taking a long road trip this summer, you may have conflicting feelings. On one hand, you might be excited about your destination and what you’ll do for fun. On the other, being confined to the car with family or little ones is understandably anxiety-producing. While a long road trip has the potential to
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Home Vacation Checklist: 8 Things To Do Before You Go

Taking a vacation is an exciting event. You get to escape your normal routine for a new or relaxing experience. Perhaps it’s for a week or more, or maybe you are just getting away for the weekend. Regardless of the time you may be gone, it is still important to mind a couple things at
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Little Home Upgrades That Make a Big Difference

Home upgrades can have a dramatic effect on the look and feel of your home, but that doesn’t mean the project has to be a major overhaul. Not only are smaller upgrades more budget friendly, but in addition, most small home upgrades can be done in a weekend. Whether you’re preparing to put your home
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Moving Back in with Parents After College

There are many reasons for moving back in with parents: saving for a home, looking for a job, paying off student loans, and more. Whatever the reason for making this move, it’s still seems daunting after a taste of independence. Today, about 37% of millennials move back home after graduation. You may be dreading the thought of
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College Graduation: Achieving Post-Graduate Success

College graduation is just around the corner. Do you have a plan for after all the caps have been thrown? If your answer is no, you’re not alone! In fact, college graduation can be a bit of an ungrounded time. It’s can be tough to know what to do with yourself as one routine changes and
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Tips on How to Hold a Yard Sale Like a Boss

As spring evolves, many homeowners start to think about having a yard sale to get rid of unwanted goods and unneeded items. If you’re an old yard sale pro, this might not seem like any great feat to you. However, if you’re new to the process, it can feel a little overwhelming and foreign. Luckily,
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Moving in with Your Significant Other

You’ve decided to take the leap of moving in with your significant other – now what? It’s a little more complex than just moving your stuff into a new place. This is a big step in your relationship that you don’t want to take lightly. It’s time to uncover some classic do’s and don’ts as
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Moving Resolutions This New Year

Are you moving in the New Year? Maybe you’re headed to a far-off location to attend school, take a new job, or be closer to friends or family. Maybe it’s just time for a change and you’re looking forward to changing up your daily environment. No matter what the case may be, moving is a
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Apartment Moving Guide

If you’re moving into a high-rise apartment, you’re likely looking forward to apartment living. And rightfully so! Currently, about 8% of the U.S. population lives in apartments.  Apartment living provides all sorts of benefits, including but not limited to amenities like pools and fitness centers, walking-distance attractions in your favorite city, and easy access to
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