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6 Ways to Save on Your Next Relocation

Nate Foster writes about home improvement, real estate, and tips for living lean on a budget. If you have a relocation in the works, or one on the horizon, saving as much cash as you can is going to be vitally important. Moves are time-consuming and expensive, and it’s extremely easy …

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Getting to Know Your New Community After You Move

Moving is hard work, but once you’ve unpacked your boxes and arranged your furniture, you can take some time out for the fun part of relocating: getting to know your new community. There are a lot of things to do following a move. You have to find a new hairdresser, …

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How to declutter your home before moving

by Ethan Greenfieldon Oct 5, 2017. It is inevitable that stuff piles up in the home as time goes by – shelves, drawers, and cabinets, start overflowing with clothes, toys, dishes, books, decorations, hobby materials and various other odds and ends; storage spaces get filled with old household items and …

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How to Pack All Your Shoes For a Move

If you’re anything like me, you own too many shoes. Many of which you’ll probably wear once in your life, twice if you’re lucky. No matter how many decluttering and minimalist articles you read extolling the virtues of getting rid of that which you don’t need, you still can’t shake …

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Three Rooms to Unpack First in Your New Home

After the movers drive away from your new home and you’re perched on a pile of moving boxes, you’ll face a tough decision: What shoud I unpack first? A recent SpareFoot survey asked people which rooms they’d unpack and set up first when moving  to a new house or apartment …

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