We get it, moving is expensive. There are deposits, mortgages, new furniture, and all of the little costs in between. You're trying to decide if it makes sense for you (and your budget) to hire movers, so we want to help by breaking down the different costs you can expect.
In our Newlyweds guide, we walk through three components that affect newlyweds during the move-in. You’ll find lots of practical tips on the logistics-side of the move. But we’ve also slipped in some bigger-issue suggestions that will give you a great foundation for the many years to come.
Moving in together is a big decision, and just because it feels like it's the "next step" it doesn't mean that it's necessarily one you should take. Here are 5 signs it might be too soon to move in together and 6 questions you should ask yourselves before taking the plunge.
In order to help you have a smooth transition from your old place to your new one, we’ve put together a handy checklist for moving day. The sooner you start working down this list, the better.
Decisions. Decisions. Making the choice between hiring on a professional moving team or moving your self can be a rather difficult decision. What’s it going to be? Cough up some serious money so you don’t have to break a sweat? Or risk throwing your back out because you’re afraid to let go of a couple Benjamins?
To fully understand your rights as a renter, we’ll have to address two sources: the lease and the law.Lease
All leases are different. But in most cases, a landlord is required to give you a lease with clauses that include specific descriptions of the agreement between the two of you.
You’ve seen our Guide to Getting Ready, and now you’ve made your way here because you want to ensure you have everything you need to keep your belongings safe.
These five items can make all the difference in the world.
Pets can feel like another wrench thrown into the busy schedule of a move.
A wrench, nonetheless, that you love very much and hope not to traumatize during this hectic transition.
You’ve decided to move into your first apartment. A step you’ll remember as one that moved you closer to more options and independence in your adult life.