Deciding where to move isn’t an easy task, what with so many things to take into consideration. For some people, certain factors are more important than others; young professionals may put job prospects and things to do at the top of their priority list, whereas families may consider if there are things for children to do, and education. Whatever your main factor is for moving, we have researched which cities come top for a number of reasons; beauty, education, jobs, house prices, things to do, and child-friendliness.
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It’s said that moving house is one of the most stressful situations in life, after death or divorce. But, bizarre as it may sound, some people actually enjoy it!
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When moving abroad, many landlords face a big dilemma. What to do with their property? Should they simply sell it and use the money to start a new life abroad? Or is it a better idea to leave it sitting to have a place to return to in case things abroad don’t work out as planned? And who says it has to sit empty? Why not rent it and get an additional source of income? As it turns out, every option has its advantages and disadvantages which should be carefully considered before making the final decision.
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Moving house is a daunting, anxious and exhilarating time in your life. Okay – so coupled with a million things to do before you can vacate to your new property, you need to first assess how much you actually own and how you will transport it over to your new property.
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Moving day is a highly emotional moment in all our lives. And statistics show that everyone will experience at least eight house moves in their lifetime on average in Britain, according to Zoopla. With the referendum result leaving an air of change in its wake. Many remain voters on Twitter claimed they would be migrating to Australia and other parts of the world, to escape the pending doom of Brexit. And we also expect a rise in removals in the coming weeks and months as more and more people jump ship. So we thought we’d look back at the greatest removal scenes from the movies, to cheer people up and celebrate the change that moving house can bring.
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Are you struggling to decide whether you want to move house? It’s a very tough decision, and probably a life-changing one at that. It’s not like buying a new T.V or booking a holiday, this is where you choose to live, so we understand that this can be a very daunting decision. Here are 4 quick questions that will help you be certain that moving house is the right decision for you. Continue reading “4 Questions You Should Answer Before Moving House”
Moving out can be a lengthy and fairly costly process, with a house sale, solicitor’s fees and everything else on top. So you want to cut costs and stretch your savings as much as possible without missing out on anything. There are some easy ways you can save money when moving out and here are our top tips.
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In the run-up to the European referendum on the 23rd June where Britain will decide whether to be @StrongerIn or #VoteLeave in the European Union, Brits considering moving abroad may not be able to move as freely if the leave vote wins.
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Living out of an overnight bag, food shopping for two flats and attempting to squash your entire toiletries collection onto one tiny shelf in your boyfriend’s bathroom – sound familiar? Inevitably, the endless backwards and forwards of living separately from your significant other will take its toll, and you’ll decide to take the plunge and live in an apartment that you both live in!
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Furniture, books, clothes etc.… All the inanimate objects we take with us when moving house don’t have any routine; they don’t complain or even notice when they’re moved into new surroundings – but the same can’t be said for our furry friends. Continue reading “Moving House with Man’s Best Friend”