When you’re preparing to move, we know you’ve got a lot on your mind. Packing, cleaning, using Moveline to select a mover -- it’s plenty to think about. But if you’re selling a home (or buying one), you’ve got something else to consider: curb appeal. Like any first impression, it matters more than y...
So you’re heading to a new city. Maybe it’s for a new job, or a relationship, or to be closer to (or further from) family. Whatever the reason, if you’ve lived in your current home for a while, you’ve put down roots.
Summertime means sand, sun, vacations... and an increased energy bill (womp womp), particularly for people who are moving in the middle of the summer and getting used to a new home and a new utility payment.
One of the coolest things about launching Moveline has been the feedback we get from the folks we’ve helped move. When they express their happiness over working with us, when they recommend us to their friends and family, when they tell us we’ve reduced their stress -- those are the moments that rei...
At some point during your move, whether you need a box or two to throw some small knickknacks in or you’ve decided to pack everything yourself, you’re probably going to need to get your hands on some boxes.
Getting a new home is exciting -- a new space (new to you, at least), a new neighborhood or city, and new opportunities are all awesome things. But whether you're buying a home remotely or locally, it takes work.
Seattle, the crown jewel of the Pacific Northwest, is a city with lots of short-term housing opportunities.
As with most things in life, a successful move begins before the trucks arrive. Smart organizing and packing makes moving easier and more efficient.
It’s true what they say: opposites attract. But when those opposites are thrown into the life-changing tumult of, say, a cross-country move, an uninvited third wheel can weasel its way into the relationship, and that third wheel’s name is Stress.
Packing your stuff yourself is an excellent way to avoid costs when moving, but if you’re taking a DIY approach, the single most important thing to know is what not to pack.