Moving can be a big adjustment—especially for children. Regardless of how far you’re moving, the transition may bring up difficult feelings for your kids, so it’s important to reframe their thinking and promote the positive aspects of relocating. There are different strategies and tools for preparing your child, but one way you can help them get excited about the move is to throw them a going away party!
It’s time to move—but where do you start? Use our handy, printable moving checklist to prepare for moving day. Then download our free Ultimate Moving Pack to help you stay organized and make your next move like a pro! Read more.
Moving to a new area can leave you feeling a little lost, but it’s actually an exciting opportunity to discover all the things that make your new community uniquely appealing. Read on for three easy ways to find top-rated spots near you and build lasting ties to your new community.
You wouldn’t buy a new home without first exploring your options. Choosing a moving company should be no different! Get quick tips for how to choose a moving company that suits your needs and will ease the stress of packing and moving. Read more.
The tight resale housing market has many prospective homebuyers considering purchasing a new home in the new year. But limited inventory and avoiding bidding wars are just a few of the advantages of buying a brand-new home. Read on for help answering the age-old question: New home or resale?
Moving to a new home in a new state can be an emotional experience for anyone, but it can be especially challenging for children who may feel as though they have little say in the decision to pick up stakes. This checklist for moving out of state with kids was designed to help you better prepare your children for moving day—and acclimating to life their new abode. Read more.