Moving Out Of A College Dorm? 4 Ways To Keep Costs Down
7 March 2016
Some colleges allow students to live in a dorm throughout their entire time in school, but most people move out after a year or two as it gives them a little more freedom. When you know that you will be moving out of your dorm pretty soon, you should focus on preparing for such a move. It is possible to get creative and save a lot of money on moving to avoid a stressful situation and a huge hit to your finances.
Credit Is A Better Choice For Paying A Moving Company, Even For Small Moves
24 July 2015
If you're arranging for a move and are trying to keep your costs down, you might be considering paying with cash in order to avoid credit. Maybe you've already got a revolving balance with monthly interest and don't want to add to it, or you're afraid you'll agree to more expensive moving costs if you use plastic. But there are very good reasons to use a card for moving costs instead of using cash.
How to Get Everything You Need to Furnish Your Home at a Storage Unit Auction
5 June 2015
If you have recently moved out on your own, you will need to furnish your home. When you go to buy items to place in your home, you will quickly realize how expensive home goods really are. Fortunately, there is a great way you can get everything you need for your home for a very small amount of money. Storage unit auctions often have units that contain items to fully furnish a home.
4 Ways To Protect Your Valuable Possessions During A Move
22 May 2015
When you're moving -- especially a long distance -- it's easy to wonder what will happen if disaster strikes. What if the moving company's van crashes? What if your new house is set ablaze? Do you have insurance coverage?
1. Make Sure Your Moving Company Is Licensed and Bonded
Don't select just any moving company. Make sure your moving company is licensed to move you between your two homes and that they have an insurance bond that will cover any issues you encounter.