If you decide to go DIY with your move, the first choice is often to rent your own moving truck. While this may save you cash, you also must take on the task of planning the move, doing the heavy lifting and handling any surprise that may pop up during your move. Many people take … Continue reading Would It Be Less Expensive To Get My Own Truck For a Local Move?
People always have questions about moving and movers. We get them every day and are always happy to answer. But to get a new perspective, we looked online to see some of the most recent and frequent questions people ask about movers and moving. The questions range from very practical to very personal. Here are … Continue reading Answers To Common Questions About Moving and Movers
Long distance moves have many more factors involved than local moves, but it’s possible to plan ahead of time if you have a handle on the potential costs. That’s one of the key moves to making a long distance move as stress-free as possible. While there are a lot of “moving parts” involved with planning … Continue reading What You Need to Know About Cost of Long Distance Moves
Moving all your stuff to a new place? Ugh. Who needs the stress and worry of that! That’s the usual thinking for people considering a move. Just the word “moving” conjures up all kinds of negative thoughts. The packing, the unpacking. And what if you don’t really like the place you’ve decided to move? Those … Continue reading How Moving Isn’t As Bad As You Think
Until 2018, individuals could deduct moving expenses on federal income taxes. However, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed by Congress eliminated this deduction except for military members who meet certain requirements. It’s important to note that the tax deduction was only temporarily removed, although that removal lasts through 2025. However, Congress’ intention was to … Continue reading Are Moving Expenses Tax Deductible?
A house is an investment that will impact your life for a great deal of time, and there is a lot of responsibility that comes with home ownership. Getting a new home and moving there involve a lot that isn’t always apparent to people new to the process. The most important responsibility is paying for … Continue reading Are You Financially Prepared to Buy Your First House?
“We were so happy to have @goodgreekmoving help us move to our new home. Moving can be extremely stressful, but these guys were incredibly helpful and made our transition so much easier.” Elizabeth Lewis We wanted to give a special thanks to Elizabeth Lewis of Espresso and Chanel (espressoandchanel.com) for going above and beyond in thanking … Continue reading Thank you Espresso and Chanel!
If you’re like most people, you’re thinking on moving goes something like the following. You find yourself thinking more and more about moving. But then you think it’s too much of a hassle to deal with. Then, when you don’t do anything, you find yourself starting to think more and more about moving, again. And … Continue reading 5 Reasons You Should be Talking About Moving
Moving is almost always stressful. Hiring the wrong moving company can take that stress and turn it up about 10 notches. The easiest way to avoid this problem is to do research and find reputable, experienced moving companies that treat customers fairly and with respect. Otherwise, you could find yourself in a situation where after … Continue reading 5 Ways Moving Could Leave You Needing a Lawyer
When you are contemplating a home renovation, it is important to first sit down and decide certain things. Little House on the Corner recommends, instead of just dreaming of all the wonderful new features you can add to your existing home, like a cascading wall of water in the bathroom or a game room with … Continue reading Basics of Renovation and Remodeling