Home is where the heart is as they say. Over the span of a lifetime, sometimes one just does not live in a single home. For a freshman in college, this means moving into a dorm or a pad near the university. A career woman might be transferring from one city to another, depending on her work’s demand. A larger house with a front porch would be ideal for a young family who’s got baby number 3 on the way.
There can be countless reasons why we have to part with a house to another. Whatever that is, there is no denying that moving to a new abode can be really tiring. Thinking alone about the workload ahead is already enough to give you a headache.
Let us ease that burden a bit and present to you 12 simple tips when transferring to a new place:
1. Count the costs. Anticipate the things you will need to pay for in the event of moving. Survey all the stuff in your house, make a list, and search for the most efficient yet cost-effective way of having them shipped from one point to the other. Will they need to be transported via land, air, or sea? Call moving companies and inquire for packages or discounts. Some companies already provide the crating of the things needed to be shipped, while others do not. In this case, you will incur extra costs on packaging materials.