Planning a move

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Planning a move

  1. 1. Planning aMoveMoving your home does not have to be the Contents Introduction…………...........….........1dreaded experience that many folk make it Get the Family to Buy In...............2out to be. A structured and organized move Do as much Advance Packing asunder the careful supervision of a Possible.........................................2 Let the Movers Do Their Job onprofessional moving company will make all Move Day......................................2the difference, so appoint a mover and listen Look back with satisfaction and a feel-good factor...................….......3to their advice. Then sit back and relax.
  2. 2. 2 Get the Family to Buy In   A co-operative approach is essential, and that means that everyone affected by the move must agree to buy in and play their part. Children, particularly, can sense when tensions are running high and negativity rules. Task each family member with an important contribution to see them through and to empower them.Do as much Advance Packing as Possible Start sorting your possessions and belongings as soon as possible, making two piles,namely “must have” and “don’t need every day”. Now, start packing cartons, clearlymarking them for efficient unpacking on the other side, and easing the settling-in processconsiderably.Let the Movers Do Their Job on Move Day The mover knows best what to do, and certainly will notappreciate chaos and disorder. So, leave them to do what theyhave been paid to best. There may be questions - be on handto explain things when required, but appoint just onespokesperson from your family to do so on the day. Avoidfights and bickering at all costs as this will only hinderprogress and prevent a smooth move.
  3. 3. 3Look back with satisfaction and a feel-good factor So what was all the fuss about? Your entire home could bedelivered and unpacked with no hassles whatsoever whenyou follow this advice from ForeclosureDeals.com.Foreclosure Deals12550 Biscayne Blvd, 306, NorthMiami, FL 33181FAX: 1-347-402-6620Contact@foreclosuredeals.comIf it’s not a deal, we won’t list it here!Find us on the Web:www.ForeclosureDeals.com

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