Organising your House Removal

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  • Published on Wednesday, 29 May 2013
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Organising your House Removal Organising moving home doesn’t need to be a daunting task, but is something that is important if you want the day to go ahead with as few problems as possible. Planning needs to start before property is chosen and boxes are packed so being organised is important.OrganisingThis doesn’t just mean organising your belongings and packing carefully, it also means organise yourself and your family. The more organised you and your family feel the less stress you will encounter and you will find things move along much smoother. Always have a plan of what you want to do before you start looking, this helps avoid unexpected surprises. When you have a plan you will find that things are more likely to be completed on time ready for the moving day. Estate AgentFinding a reputable estate agent is the first thing that anyone who is looking move should do. An estate agent can and should help with a number of things other than finding and showing you around properties. Any estate agent who prides themselves in customer service is a must. You don’t want to be left worrying because the agent you picked offers no support. A good estate agent will offer help with suggested areas to move, information about the area and the amenities that you will find, to the schools and education system in the area for those with children. Any estate agent that isn’t forthcoming with information is unlikely to be caring about what is best for you. Always look for how an estate agent advertises and provides information on their listings, this should help you get an idea of how helpful they may or may not be.Choosing a homeThe most important part of moving home is finding a property that serves your needs. If a good estate agent has been found they should help with this by suggesting properties and areas that match what you are looking for. However an estate agent can only offer so much help and eventually the decision comes down to you. Don’t rush into any decisions, fully research the property and area to make sure you are getting what you want. Buying a home is likely the most expensive thing you will ever purchase and you don’t want to be regretting the thousands of pounds you have spent.Get rid of unwanted itemsWhen you move you realise how many useless things you have that you no longer need. Having a clear out will minimise the amount of things that need to be packed and moved to the new property. This will make moving a lot easier as you will have less to shift. You may also be able to make some money from your unwanted clutter. Remember one man’s rubbish is another man’s treasure. There are plenty of places to sell items online and there are other options like car boot sales where you can sell. If you don’t want to make any money from your surplus bits and pieces you can always donate them to charity. Charity shops nationwide will take items to sell in their store from clothing to pots and pans.Following these four tips will help you organise and plan your move leaving you stress free and able to focus on your new life in your new home. People often think planning a move starts when a property is chosen and items are being put in boxes, these suggestions show planning needs to start in advance of any of those things.

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