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How to Stay Organized as You are Unpacking in Your New Home

Friday, October 19th, 2018
How to Stay Organized as You are Unpacking in Your New Home

The day that you move into your new home is almost always an exciting one.

The day that you move into your new home is almost always an exciting one. However, the task of unpacking, while fun, can often lead to disarray and confusion as you are looking for your things later on. While the thought of staying organized in this process may seem like an impossible task, there are a few approaches for keeping track of your belongings so that nothing gets lost in the transition. As you settle into your new home, consider these few ways to stay organized as you unpack. (more…)

How to Successfully Move Your Pets into Your New Home

Friday, August 3rd, 2018
How to Successfully Move Your Pets into Your New Home

Moving can be difficult for many dogs and cats, as it is sometimes a difficult adjustment to transition from one home to another.

To many homeowners, pets are a part of the family. When their family moves into a new home, their pets will most likely move with them. However, moving can be difficult for many dogs and cats, as it is sometimes a difficult adjustment to transition from one home to another. If you are in the process of moving with your pets, consider these factors as you transition and acclimate your pets to their new home. (more…)

3 Moving Mistakes to Avoid as You Transition to Your New Home

Friday, April 6th, 2018
3 Moving Mistakes to Avoid as You Transition to Your New Home

Because moving can be such a complicated process, it is especially important to formulate a well thought out plan in order to move seamlessly into your new space.

Moving is an exciting time for any homeowner, as a new home is often a new beginning for you and your family. However with moving comes the risks of the transition, often opening the door to potential mishaps along the way. When planning for your big move, be sure to avoid the following mistakes to have the best experience possible as you transition to your new home. (more…)

Top 4 Moving Tips to Prepare for the Big Move

Friday, January 8th, 2016
moving-houses-tips

Moving can be pretty intimidating — hopefully these tips ease your nerves a little.

So it seems like you’re ready to move houses! At least, you’re thinking about it, since you found our moving tips. If you’re planning to move, or might be in the not-so-distant future, you’re probably pretty overwhelmed and flustered. Your real estate experts at Clagett Enterprises hope to be able to calm those nerves a little, get you set on the right track for the big move, and avoid crucial moving mistakes. Take a deep breath, and let us help try and organize your thoughts a little with these tips. (more…)

Organizing Your New Home: The Art of Unpacking

Wednesday, October 21st, 2015
Unpacking Tips

Unpacking doesn’t have the be stressful. Just take it one step at a time and you’ll finally be home for good!

We all love the idea of moving. It will give you and your family a fresh start. But no one likes the idea of packing and unpacking all of your stuff. A lot of people will tell you how to organize things when moving: label boxes, make an inventory list, and shuffle the boxes off to its home as soon as you walk in so they don’t all end up in the living room or hallway. While these tips can be extremely helpful, no one ever tells you how to unpack all of your belongings and how to stay organized. Let’s take a look at how to organize your unpacking! (more…)

Don’t Make These Moving Mistakes

Sunday, October 4th, 2015
Plan out your moving day

Planning your moving day will help to make it go as smoothly as possible and will help you avoid these costly mistakes.

You have finally purchased your dream home and have decided to move your family. But before packing your things up in boxes stuffed with newspaper, there are some things you should be aware of before moving. Let’s take a look at several common moving mistakes and how you can avoid making them. (more…)