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How to Move a Mattress in 7 Steps

This guide will explain, step by step, how you can move your mattress with ease and keep it safe, dry, and protected. The process isn’t complicated if you use these seven simple steps. You can feel happy knowing that your sleeping sanctuary will be waiting for you at the end of Moving Day.

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What to Do If Your Lease Is Ending During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As summer approaches, many residents face ending leases without the ability to go out and search for new housing. If you’re facing the end of your lease, learn more about your rights and options throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

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How Much Does It Cost to Move a Mobile Home?

If you’re looking to move a mobile home for the first time, it’s not as easy as hitching it to a truck and pulling it to your destination. There are several questions you need to answer before you start the move.

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10 Charities That Will Take Your Clothes Donation

When you move, sometimes you can’t bring everything with you. Whether you’re downsizing or just want to get rid of excess stuff before moving into a new home, donating clothes can be a great option. You can get rid of lightly-worn clothes that you don’t have use of, while also allowing for those things to […]

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Your Questions About Moving During Coronavirus, Answered

Moving is stressful enough on a normal day without the added chaos of a pandemic. We know you have a lot of coronavirus moving questions. So, read on to have those questions answered. 

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The Best Way to Move a Hot Tub

If you’re looking for the best way to move a hot tub, then congratulations! The odds are that you’ve found a new home you love, and you want to make sure you can take your beloved spa with you. But moving a hot tub can be a real challenge. By design, home spas are large, […]

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These Moving Companies are Helping College Students Impacted by the Coronavirus

As the novel coronavirus, also called COVID-19, spreads throughout the United States, nursing homes, businesses, and schools around the country are taking action to prevent the coronavirus’ spread. College campuses are canceling in-person classes, and some are forcing thousands of students to move out — giving students just a few days to pack up and […]

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Forward Your Mail When Moving With the USPS®

There are a lot of things to consider during a move, not the least of which is how to forward mail to a new address. When changing over services like telephone, internet, and TV, remember to register your change-of-address with the USPS for mail forwarding, too. Read on to find out how to forward mail […]

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What to Expect in a Relocation Package

Relocating for your job is exciting, and it’s even better when your company is willing to foot the bill. A relocation package provides you with monetary compensation for packing up your belongings and trekking off to a new location. One survey of 494 companies found that 38% paid for the moving expenses of all new […]

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A Guide to Moving Anxious Pets Safely

Moving homes, apartments, and even states is a stressful time for everyone involved. And while people often take time to make themselves and their children more comfortable throughout the process, pets are sometimes overlooked even though they experience a lot of anxiety.

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The Complete Guide to Moving With Kids: Tips, Checklists, and More

With the right approach, moving doesn’t have to be a negative experience for your kids. Here are 18 tips that will help make moving with kids a little smoother.

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How to Move into a Tiny House

Tiny houses have catapulted to the forefront of housing trends over the past 10 years — look no further than shows like “Tiny House, Big Living.” They show the uncomplicated, inexpensive advantages of living in a home that’s only 100 to 400 square feet. More than half of Americans say they would consider living in […]

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Post-Grad Tips for Job Hunting in a New City

Graduating from college is a huge accomplishment. Pat yourself on the back, enjoy some downtime with friends, and maybe even take a trip somewhere to clear your head, because soon enough, you’ll have to face the next chapter of your post-grad life: finding a job. Research shows it takes the average college grad anywhere from […]

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How to Ask for Relocation Assistance for a New Job, Step by Step

The step-by-step guide to asking for relocation assistance for a new job when it requires you to move to a new city or state

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How Safe Is My Neighborhood? Apps and Tips to Help Your Search

When you’re moving to a new neighborhood, it’s important you feel safe. You’ll want to eliminate any dangers before you commit to a lease or buying a home. Learn how to research the crime stats in your prospective neighborhood and determine the safety of your current one.

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