Broken or damaged items are a nightmare scenario we all imagine when preparing for a move. And while you’d rather have everything arrive perfectly at your destination, the items most expensive and difficult to replace are, understandably, the most important ones to protect. Thanks to their price tag and relative rarity, designer clothes and shoes fall into that category, and if you’re not springing for professional packers, the care of your items falls to you. Luckily, you don’t have to be a professional to be a perfect packer.
So just how can you pack those Christian Louboutins, that Valentino suit or that special Vera Wang dress in a way that will all but guarantee safety? Moveline has some tips.
Whether you’re moving for love, you’ve landed a sweet new gig, or you’re just looking for a change of pace, buying a new home is never not stressful. Doing it from a distance can be daunting, to say the least, but never fear: the pros at Moveline have some tips to help you make sure you’ve got the home of your dreams waiting for you at the finish line.
Although buying or selling a home can be an exciting adventure, it’s also a time-consuming (and in the case of the former, expensive) process. So, when it comes to selecting a person to oversee the purchase or sale from your end, knowing how to find the right agent is key to your success and your sanity. At Moveline, we’ve helped lots of folks move lots of places, and especially for first-time homebuyers and sellers, we’ve got some pointers for choosing the best person for the job.
Once you’ve decided it’s time to move, you’re suddenly thrown into a world full of foreign terms like “freight,” “delivery spread” and “third-party services.” It can be a little overwhelming, but luckily, Moveline is here to help with second installment of our crash course (read the first one here) in those sometimes confusing phrases you’ll encounter during a move. No need to nod along as your mover speaks while you mentally rack up a list of words to Google; we’ve got ‘em all right here.
Moving is a stressful process in and of itself, regardless of the reason behind it. But when it’s tied to a less-than-happy life event like the end of a union or the loss of a loved one, the dial can get turned up to eleven. Here at Moveline, we’ve overseen our fair share of moves under all sorts of circumstances, and we’ve uncovered some universal truths that may prove helpful if you’re moving after a divorce or breakup.
Whether it’s across town or across the country, Moveline will help get your stuff where it needs to be safely and on time. But if you’re a parent, your most valuable possessions won’t be on the moving truck. Your child may need a little extra care and planning when it comes to moving, even if her new bedroom is waiting just a few ZIP codes away. Here, some tips for making a move with kids as painless and stress-free as possible:
Moving, in and of itself, is stressful enough. Add in the (very real) possibility of being taken for a ride, both literally and figuratively, by a rogue mover and it’s enough to drive even the sanest person to pull their hair out. But never fear! The pros at Moveline have some expert tips to help you avoid moving scams. Read on to stay scam-free.
Today is a hard day for Moveline. Unfortunately, we’ve had to lay off many of our team members as we shift in strategy to focus on developing a more efficient product line. Doing so is extremely difficult but is a necessary measure to set Moveline up for success in the future.
We live in a do-it-yourself kind of world. From home improvements to tech gadgets galore, there’s not much we can’t at least attempt to accomplish on our own, and for a lot of folks, moving is one of those things. While hiring a professional mover can often be the wiser (and, surprisingly, cheaper) choice, a majority of people prefer to pack their own belongings instead of opting to let the pros do it. If that’s the case for you, don’t lift a finger before reading these five quick tips from the top-notch team here at Moveline to keep your stuff -- and your sanity -- in one piece before, during and after a move.
Love is a many splendored thing... at least most of the time, right? When the time rolls around to start cohabitating, though, that’s when one of the many true challenges of a relationship can rear its ugly head, testing the mettle of even the schmoopiest of lovebirds. So, we’ve put together the ultimate guide for couples moving in together. It’s chock full of statistics, anecdotes, tips and advice. But for the “tl;dr” crowd, we’ve synthesized those points into a short blog post for your speed-reading pleasure. Here, a quick rundown of the dos and don’ts of moving for a relationship.