Month: December 2017

Should You Move When Your Landlord Increases Rent?

One of the drawbacks of renting is that your landlord has the right to raise rent once your lease expires. In most cases, landlords won’t raise the rent by more than three to five percent a year. However, there are cases where the rent may go up drastically. Whether or not the rent goes up …

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Do Millennials Buy Houses Or Rent?

There’s been a lot of speculation about why Millennials have continued to rent more than they buy houses. Millennials are now the biggest generation in the country, and there’s some worry as to why they are less likely to invest in property than previous generations. The following are a few of the reasons why Millennials …

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What To Do With Packing Materials After Moving

Once you complete your move and finish unpacking, odds are you’re going to find yourself with a whole lot of packing materials that you no longer need, from cardboard boxes and packing paper to styrofoam peanuts and bubble wrap. The following are a few ideas for what you can do with all of these moving …

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Please Don’t Ask Us To Move These Items

Although our movers have the training and equipment necessary to allow us to move all kinds of fragile items, heavy items and furniture, there are still a number of things that we cannot move for safety and liability purposes. The following are some of the items that we cannot help you move: Hazardous materials – …

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