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Building and remodeling are big jobs to take on. No matter if your customers are moving, remodeling, or just redecorating an existing house, both you and they should enjoy the process. We want to make that possible with our list of essential questions a builder needs to answer before being hired. Your prospective clients … Continue reading Essential questions a builder needs to answer before being hired
Staying relevant in the harsh world of real estate is a difficult task today. With the added issues because of the COVID-19 outbreak, keeping your clients happy might be more challenging than ever. To help you improve your skills and connect with new clients, here is our real estate agent’s guide to making a lasting … Continue reading Real estate agent’s guide to making a lasting impression
Moving day essentials consist of items that are a must have when it comes to packing, unloading, and unpacking. Here we have listed the twenty-one items that come in our Moving Day Survival Kit and why they are deemed necessary to survive any move. Whether the move is residential, commercial, or even for college, this kit has exactly what you need every step of the way.
Packing and moving into a new house can be less of a chore if you remove unwanted items from your moving check list. Less is better, especially if you can save a load by selling or getting rid of your unnecessary junk all together before moving day.
Start Early! You will never have all the time you need to move the way you want to move, so START EARLY! First Get Rid Of Items That You Never Use And Don’t Want. You will be amazed to find out that you have many more possessions than you think you have. Start immediately to go through closets and drawers to identify items that you will never use again and don’t want.