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The right mover for you - Finding a mover can be as easy or as hard as you make it. We have tried to make it easy by providing a free moving quote directly from our website. Make sure that you...                  more...

Realtors can be your best friend - When locating a realtor there are a few factors that you will want to consider. One of them being how much time they can spend on YOU. If they are busy and do not answer...         more...

Buying vs. Renting - There are benefits to both buying and renting. Depending on your situation this is something you will want to spend some time thinking about. If you do not have alot of time on your hands for property upkeep then renting can be something you may want to do. However, you can also buy a townhome or condo and still receive the benefits of both worlds.                 more...

Give the gift of equity - Gift equity is the art of giving someone some equity to help them purchase the house. Some lenders only allow this for family members while others do not have any restrictions on who can give gift equity. If you can find someone who is flexible with their equity then this may be a helpful factor in your home buying process. You should look for ads that say "seller financing" or "motivated seller"...                     more...

Timing your move - You generally want to make sure you time your purchase and sale while the market is right. If you can manage to sell without restrictions and get your full asking price while at the same time buying your new home under your terms then you either planned right or you struck the lotto.                   more...

Commercial moving tips - Maintaining your work schedule while moving your company to a new location is no easy task. That's why you need to make sure it is planned ahead and everything is placed into some sort of checklist.       more...

Stacking your items in storage - If you have even placed your things in storage you will know the amount of space provided and the amount needed in order to get everything in the unit. But, if you are on a budget you will most likely want the smallest unit you can get.            more...