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A lot of research goes into planning a move. But don’t sweat it—our experts have done the heavy lifting. From the first day of your house hunt until your last box is unpacked, we’re here with tips and tools to save you time, money and effort, every step of the way.

Move Recently? Everything You Need to Know About Filing Your Taxes Properly

Have you moved in the past year? If so, it’s crucial to understand how your move could affect your taxes. While relocating to another state is unlikely to affect your federal taxes, you may have state tax implications. If you haven’t moved, but you live in one state and work in another, you may also […]

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20 Winter Moving and Storage Tips

The good news is you’re moving. It means a fresh start, a chance to explore new surroundings. The somewhat challenging part is you’re about to partake in winter moving. With moving in the winter months, you could encounter cold weather, snow, and possible travel delays. While it might not sound glamorous or comfortable, there are […]

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What Pests Come Out in Winter?

Mosquitos, spiders, flies, and other insects are pests you normally think of as summer nuisances. The reason is simple — insects are cold-blooded and tend to be more active in the summer months. However, some home insects are just as troublesome when temperatures drop. There are bugs that bite during winter you should watch out […]

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Guía de un Beneficiario de DACA para Comprar una Casa

Actualmente hay más de 643,000 personas inscritas en DACA, la Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia. El programa fue creado por el presidente Obama en 2012 para ofrecer una solución temporal a las deportaciones. Obama inició DACA como una orden ejecutiva después de que la ley DREAM (Desarrollo, Alivio y Educación para Menores […]

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How to Write a Lease Termination Letter to Give Your Tenants Notice to Vacate

There are times when you may need to evict a tenant for failure to pay rent or for breaching their lease in some way. Or perhaps the lease has run its course and you feel there may be a more suitable tenant for your property. In most states, you’re required to provide at least 30 […]

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The Complete Apartment Inspection Checklist

Making an apartment inspection checklist should be one of the first things you do when you decide to move. Moving into a new rental can be exciting, but it’s easy to overlook flaws in the new digs upon your arrival, simply because you’re caught up in the move. By making a rental inspection checklist, you […]

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City Incentive Programs For Movers

Nearly 16 million people moved because of the coronavirus. A definite part of this trend is city-dwellers that are beginning to flee their metropolises in search of a quieter – and more affordable – life. More people moved from busy metropolitan areas, such as New York City, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C., while areas like […]

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Check Your Address Ahead of More Stimulus Checks

President Biden’s ambitious goal for his first 100 days in office centers around the American Rescue Plan — a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package. As part of the plan, you may get a third stimulus check of $1,400. If you filed your taxes electronically, expect a direct deposit straight to your bank account. But if […]

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A DACA Recipient’s Guide to Buying a Home

There are over 643,000 people currently enrolled in DACA, the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals. The program was created by President Obama in 2012 to provide a stop-gap to deportations. Obama issued DACA as an executive order after the DREAM (Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors) Act failed to pass in Congress. Although the […]

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16 Landscape Design Ideas for Your Front and Back Yards

Spending more time at home? Why not make the most of your outdoor spaces by giving them a refresh? You can extend your living square footage by converting a garden or patio into an inviting space. The right home landscaping can turn your yard into a place for a short break while working from home, […]

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How to File A USPS® Change of Address

One of the essential parts of the moving process — aside from packing — is filing a USPS® change-of-address. The post office mail forwarding process is easy and straightforward, and it can either be done online or in person. Make your mail move with you by following our handy change mail address guide that’s packed […]

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Moving to States With No Income Tax: Everything You Need to Know

No one likes paying income tax. It directly impacts your take-home pay. Although federal income tax is inescapable, state income tax is not. States with no income tax are becoming more attractive to Americans every year. Forbes used IRS migration data to reveal over 3.1 million net U.S. citizens relocated to states without income tax […]

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Need a Health Certificate for Dogs When Moving?

So you’re moving to a new home — congrats! Before you make the big move and get yourself and your dog all settled in, it’s important to make sure you’re following the proper guidelines for bringing your dog to the new place, especially if it’s a new state. Chances are you’ll need a health certificate […]

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Moving to a New House Checklist

There’s so much to do and to buy when you finally settle into a new home — and a moving to a new house checklist can help take the guesswork out of the process. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed with everything you need to do, such as setting up utilities, arranging your home’s furniture layout, […]

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Casper Mattress Reviews

Our Casper mattress reviews and buying guide: For every type of sleeper Casper is one of the early entrants into the foam bed-in-the-box market. The company launched its first mattress, the Casper Original, back in 2014. Casper Mattress followed with two hybrids — the Wave and Nova mattresses. Besides beds, Casper sells a variety of […]

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The Best Mattress for Kids

Adults aren’t the only people who will benefit from a better night’s sleep. Children do as well for their development, health, and overall well-being. The amount of sleep that your child needs depends on their age group. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children between the ages of three and five should have at […]

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How to Switch Banks When You Move

Moving isn’t easy. There’s tons to coordinate, organize, and arrange. Timelines are often unforgiving, and help can be hard to come by. Keeping yourself organized with a moving checklist is essential, but do you remember to put switching banks as a top to-do? If you’re wondering, “how do I switch banks?” — look no further. We’ve got expert advice, broken down into manageable steps. 

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