Time to move! Then it is time to declutter! There is no reason for transporting everything you own when you don’t use, need or want some of what you have. Why pay to move items like this?
Moving.com has a great article, 12 Things You Should Definitely Toss Before You Move. Just what you need to help you sort out what you have and how you feel about it.
Good luck with your Pre-move purge! When you are ready to hire trusted movers, call RLD Relocation and Logistics for all of your moving and storage needs.
It’s spring and everyone knows this is the hottest market season for selling and buying homes. Take advantage of the longer days, warmer temperatures and put your green thumb to work to maximize your curb appeal if you are selling your property. A little can go a long way.
Homes.com provides the article, What To Plant Now To Maximize Your Curb Appeal This Summer. The photos of landscaping and garden beds are gorgeous and surely will inspire you to put those special touches around your front yard. Your house will be showing like the star of the neighborhood!
Good luck selling and when you are ready to move, Contact RLD Relocation & Logistics for all of your moving and storage needs.
Looking for a new home? Do you have a dog? You will want to move to an area that is dog-friendly of course. How do you know what to look for to ensure your furry family member will be happy and healthy there?
We found this helpful article on Trulia, 5 Signs of a Dog-Friendly Neighborhood. Great tips for what to look out for when scoping out a possible place to live. Check it out and if you have any more great ideas yourself, the article invites you to share your tips.
We wish you luck in finding the perfect home and neighborhood for you and your pets. When you are ready to move, be sure to contact RLD Relocation and Logistics for all of your moving and storage needs.
Getting ready to shop for a new home?
We have recently learned from Trulia that 5 out of 6 Americans said the neighborhood is equally or more important than the house. People were willing to give up certain home features like a pool or basement to live in the best neighborhood for their family.
We invite you to read The House is Only Half of It on Trulia before you go hunting for the ideal home and neighborhood. It may shed some light on things that are more or less important to you in searching for a home than you previously thought.
And! When you are ready to move, contact RLD Relocation and Logistics! We are standing by ready to assist you with all of your moving and storage needs.
You know you want to move. Maybe you have to move for some reason like for a job, but you can’t find and buy your new house until you have sold your old one. That makes selling your home ASAP of utmost importance. Once you have a settlement date, you can confidently begin shopping for your new home knowing that you will have the financial resources available to do it.
Easier said than done! While our team at RLD Relocation and Logistics can help with your move, we know that getting that house sold takes some doing. We sure hope you sell quickly. We found this useful article on Trulia, “The Four Keys to Selling Your Home Faster“. It’s a great start when considering how to speed up the process of getting an offer. And of course, your realtor will have the best advice for your particular area and situation.
Best of luck in selling your home! We are standing by to provide for all of you moving and storage needs. Happy Moving!
Moving with all your electronics in place can be difficult! Households these days are filled with computers, tablets, video game consoles, TVs, printers and the list goes on and on.
How do you manage packing and moving them all so they arrive in your new home damage-free? Well first, you could hire a professional moving company. At RLD Relocation and Logistics, we have a packing team and moving crew who are expertly trained and experienced to handle your electronics.
If you want to pack and/or move your valuable electronics yourself, we recommend the article, 10 Tips for Packing Electronics from Moving.com. You will be glad that they thought of everything for you.
Thanks Moving.com for the invaluable information!
Are you moving into a rental?
Maybe it is your first time renting. There are things to consider when you are not an owner of a property. What should you do upon moving in? What are you allowed to change about your new home space?
Trulia put out a great article, Should Renters Change The Locks? 7 Move-In Questions, Answered, that we think you should read. Great advice for new renters.
Whether you are renting or buying a new home, we are always here to make the move easier and stress free! Call RLD Relocation and Logisitcs to deliver your move.
Now may be the time to move!
Zillow has found that rent in most areas will become more affordable and houses could become more affordable as well. Interest rates are expected to go up. You can read all about it in Zillow’s article, 5 Predictions for Renters and Home Buyers in 2017.
What do we predict at RLD Relocation & Logistics? We predict that when you need help with a move, you can trust us completely and have guaranteed satisfaction! We look forward to hearing from you!
So you are moving soon. Your new space will probably be different from the space you have now. Can you imagine where you will put all of your furniture?
RLD Relocation & Logistics, your highly trusted moving company in Akron, highly recommends that you try to plan your furniture placement before move-in day. This will save your back and time later when you avoid having to move furniture around after our movers leave.
One great way to plan furniture placement is to have a floor plan of the house. Hopefully when you purchased the house or accepted your rental, you were given a floor plan with dimensions of rooms. You can then measure your furniture and see what walls and areas would best accommodate each piece. Some people may even choose to draw their furniture to scale on the floor plan so they can really see how it all comes together. Not everyone will want to take the time to do that so basic measurements will do.
If you can’t get a floor plan of your new home, these days room dimensions are almost always provided on the on-line listings sites such as Zillow. You can also check with your realtor.
Furniture placement planning will make move-in day go more smoothly and when our moving crew leaves, everything will be exactly where you want it to be and you can relax with your feet up. RLD Relocation and Logistics wants to take the stress out of your move.
For more moving tips, you can visit our Moving Resources page for ideas for packing, planning and all things moving.
Are you planning to move? Looking to schedule for a specific date?
If you know you are close to moving, go ahead and call RLD Relocation & Logistics to schedule. Remember, the sooner you call, the more likely you are to get the date you want. Most people want to move on a weekend making weekends the busiest time for movers. We recommend calling at least two months in advance before a move!
For more move planning tips, ideas and time-lines to make your move go more smoothly, check out this useful Moving Planner Checklist provided by Arpin.
Contact RLD Relocation and Logistics to discuss your time-line and move day. We look forward to speaking with you.