When moving into a new neighborhood, take note of any neighborhood rules, laws, and parking regulations. There could be ordinances on when people can move, trucks parking in areas, and if there are sound restrictions. Get yourself off on the right foot in your new neighborhood.
When you move in to your new place, one of the first things you should do is check that your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors work. Replace batteries right away so you won’t have to worry about protecting your new property and anyone inside.
When you move, you’re likely going to leave behind some appliances. Maybe a stove, washer and dryer or other smaller appliances. Leave behind any system warranties and manuals. Also, if you’ve had these appliances serviced, leave behind who the service provider was and any information on service provided.
Be prepared for an unexpected event during moving. Keep some cash funds available just in case. You may need it if a vehicle breaks down, something gets damaged, a person or a pet gets injured, or you need a last minute purchase. You may not have access to your check book packed away, but by […]