Moving and settling in to a new home and will be the result of months of planning and preparations. In order to unpack quickly and easily, right after the move, you will need a detailed moving and packing plan.
According to Fair Trading NSW, you’ll need “leave the premises in a reasonably clean condition, compared to the original condition report”. So to help you with this endeavor, we’ve put together a list of our top 5 tips for the perfect bond clean.
So you’ve recently found out that your partner has an awesome job opportunity in “the world’s most liveable city” and you are on the fence about moving.
Sydney is often called an amazing city by locals and tourists for many reasons, but just like any city there are some advantages and disadvantages of living in the most populated city in Australia.
Once you know your time in your rental home is up then it is time to start preparing yourself with the following guide so both yourself and your landlord can end on good terms.
Organisation is key during a chaotic time such as moving homes so one important way to make your moving process more efficient with minimal stress is to label, label and label.
Moving homes is considered one of life’s most stressful experiences so when you add children into the mix it can multiple the stress by ten fold.
Packing your wine bottles can be a little challenging if you cannot find wine boxes. But you won’t need wine boxes if you use this packing technique!
Money and finances are something that effects our everyday lives, so if we are able to save a bit of cash then we are all for it. So here are 5 more tips to save some money during your home moving process.
The process of moving houses can sometimes come with a big bill, but there are some ways you can minimise your relocation costs and save some money.
Property settlement is something removalist companies are quite familiar with and deal with on a daily basis, but you may be asking what is settlement?
One of the greatest debates in Australian history is the comparison of Sydney vs. Melbourne – so which state is better to live in?