If you boost your home’s curb appeal before selling, you will get a much better price. This is a known fact. Moreover, did you know that there are more than a few simple ways to do so? If you want to find out something you probably did not know before, follow this short guide. We hope it helps! Continue reading “How to boost your home’s curb appeal before selling?”
Picking the right size storage unit is never easy. You need to pay attention to detail and to decide what would be the best for you. Fortunately, we have prepared a short guide about how to pick the right size storage unit just for you. Buckle up and enjoy the ride – we hope it helps! Continue reading “How to pick the right size storage unit?”
Moving boxes are very useful for any move. However, some people just discard them away after using them once. We believe that this is a mistake, thus, we have prepared a short guide with 5 ways to reuse your moving boxes. Hope you find it useful and that you end up using at least some of them! Continue reading “5 Ways to reuse your moving boxes”
There are some things you need to know before you start flipping houses in NYC. Before starting this career journey, you should educate yourself as much as you can. Being a real estate investor can be hard sometimes but, fortunately for you, we will help you out! Follow this guide and you will be safe! Continue reading “What you need to know before you start flipping houses in NYC”
The Halloween season is coming soon! We are all very excited to go around New York with costumes and spook the people for candy! However, if you are new to New York, you might have a rough time preparing for that – especially if you are with kids. Fortunately for you, we have prepared the list of some of the best pumpkin patches in NYC. We hope that you find this helpful! Continue reading “Best pumpkin patches in NYC to take your kids after the move”
Many people move to NYC on a daily basis. They leave behind their jobs and families and go to the “big city”. However, most of them lose contact with their friends and their loved ones. You should not allow that to happen! Here is a short guide for keeping in touch after a long distance move to NYC!
If you are bumping into things or your clothes is falling out of your closet when you open it, then it’s time to think about the ways to create some additional storage space in your home. Still, in New York City when most of us is living in smaller apartments, that may seem like the impossible mission. However, it really isn’t. You just need to know where you to look and how to exploit every inch of space for storage, and this guide can help you with that.
So, you just graduated from college? Congratulations, you’ve made a final step into adulthood. The first thing that you should do is to get rid of the clutter that you’ve accumulated before your college years. Post-graduation decluttering is necessary, especially if you’re moving back to your hometown or to another city in the search for the amazing business opportunity. With these tips and tricks, you can do it quickly and easy.
Most of us went through a moving process at least one time in our life. A moving process can give us a lot of stress and headaches and because of that, we have to prepare in advance. First of all, you will have to sort out your budget, organize everything and make checklists. The checklist will help you a lot to finish everything on time and go through a moving process smoothly and without any problem. But, moving by yourself can be very hard and exhausting. Therefore, you will have to hire a professional moving company to assist with the move or get friends to help you relocate.
Planning a relocation is not simple! There are a lot of things that can go wrong, especially if you are not organized. Many unplanned moving expenses and mistakes are caused by not having a precise and well-planned checklist. Here, we will tell you all you need to know about them and how to avoid them. So when the moving day arrives you will be absolutely ready for anything! Continue reading “Common unplanned moving expenses”