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A Stress-Free Way to Move Out of State

A Stress-Free Way to Move Out of State
You don't have to have a nervous breakdown when you're moving out of state. Yes, it takes a lot of time and effort getting everything in order, and it can also get quite expensive and confusing dealing with all the choices and options when it comes to moving. Once you've done your research, you'll find that things just fall into place and that moving isn't as bad as you think.

10 Tips for Moving Out of State

1. Know where you're going.

You already know where you're going if you've gotten a job in another state but if you're moving for a fresh start, do some research before you leave and plan to visit a few times to be sure you’re making the right choice.

2. Take only what you need.

Pack lightly. In order to keep expenses low, get rid of any items you don’t need. Host a yard sale to make extra cash to help with the move or donate unneeded items for a tax write off.

3. Create a to-do list.

Creating a to-do list is a no-brainer. It can help you focus on everything you need to do before your move and even help you get organized once you arrive. Many moving companies provide checklists for free on their website.

4. Find a place before you go.

It eases your stress when you know that you'll have a place to call home. Research apartments and homes in the area before you leave. Utilizing a realtor can help you to find a good neighborhood and ease the stress of the unknown.

5. Get a free out-of-state moving quote.

Don't go with the first moving company that you see. Get free quotes, and then choose a company to help you move. Make sure you ask questions and get everything in writing. Also be sure to read reviews so you can save yourself the unnecessary stress of choosing the wrong mover.

6. Don't buy expensive moving supplies.

You don't have to buy shipping boxes and materials for your move. You can ask grocery stores for cardboard boxes and use newspapers to wrap your fragile items. Many of the big home improvement stores also sell moving materials at reasonable prices.

7. Figure out your best transport options.

Should you book a rental truck or ship your belongings on a train, a bus or a plane? It all depends on your budget and how much you plan to take with you. Look at all your options and ask friends and relatives who have recently moved. Research is essential if you plan to have a smooth moving experience.

8. Clear up your schedule.

A full schedule can make you feel overwhelmed. Clear up your schedule to create breathing room and to free up some time for organizing, packing and moving.

9. Look for moving specials.

You can find various moving deals during the spring, fall and winter months. If you can wait for a special, you can save more money for the move.

10. Plan everything out to the last detail.

Use a to-do list, create a schedule and do some research in your spare time. If you plan everything out, you can take care of things in order and ease the hassle of moving out of state.

Moving out of state is one of those things can can cause a lot of stress, but careful planning and execution can save you time and reduce unnecessary stress and make the process as painless as possible.

 

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http://www.cheapmovingtips.com/cheap-ways-to-move-out-of-state/

http://offbeathome.com/2012/08/how-do-you-move-out-of-state

http://lifehacker.com/seven-things-i-learned-after-moving-across-the-country-1221354282

http://www.angieslist.com/articles/6-tips-moving-out-state.htm

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