A moving checklist will save your butt. Not only will it help you stay on top of the process, but you will likely save time and money by properly planning for the big day.
Moving is hard work! You've got to sort through every closet, dresser, and drawer of your home to determine what to keep and what to throw away. It always takes twice as long as you think it will - and something almost always goes wrong on moving day.
To make the move a little easier, we've compiled a moving checklist of 12 things to do while you're getting ready to move - and when to do them.
The words “home inspector” sends chills down the spines of buyers and sellers alike.
Yes, major property issues can be costly and can even disrupt the sale of a property. However, we like to think of home inspectors as the unsung heroes of home ownership and real estate transactions.
For buyers, home inspectors examine the property after they have made an offer but before closing. Buyers are told what needs to be repaired and can either agree to make or pay for them, add contingencies on the close for the seller, or even walk away from the sale entirely.
Figuring out which neighborhood you want to live in is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make as a home-buyer. We’ve got a few real estate tips to get you started.
Your Neighborhood Checklist
You’re not just buying a home - you’re investing in a neighborhood. Like any smart investment, you need to know what you’re investing into before committing. If not, you risk moving into a neighborhood that doesn’t fit your needs. Keep in mind that the average amount of time someone lives in a Seattle home is 11.4 years, so you could be living there for a long time.
A PDF of this checklist is available at the end of this post.
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