Moving into a new house is exciting! No question. But packing up your entire life in boxes, deep cleaning and hauling heavy furniture is rarely anyone’s idea of a good time. We want to make things a little easier on you and your family. These eleven moving tips are some of the best ways to pack for moving and they will save you some money in the process.
Buying a house is an exciting time. Once the purchase agreement is signed, it is time to start thinking about moving. Packing up everything you own and actually going through the moving process is far less exciting. To help make things easier, Homes for Heroes put together the ultimate printable moving checklist. This is a printable moving checklist to keep you on top of everything. It offers a complete list of things you’ll need to get done over the course of two months. If you have have less than two months, no worries! You can adjust the timeline to fit your situation. Here’s a look at what’s included in the Homes for Heroes ultimate printable moving checklist along with some other resources to help with the move and save you some money.
You’ve heard it before; location, location, location. When deciding where to purchase a house, the location should play a big part in your decision-making. The first thing to decide is what city or town will be the best for your new home, then you can start drilling down to find the ideal neighborhood or community. There are four main factors to consider when deciding where to live: convenience, safety, amenities and cost. You will need to size things up for you, a spouse, kids, pets or anyone else who will live in your home. Here’s a look at each factor, why they’re so important to finding the right home, and some resources to help answer, “Where should I live?”
When it comes to buying a house, it helps to understand exactly what you can afford – and that starts by understanding the costs of buying a house. Your mortgage payment will be the biggest recurring payment on your home. But, there are four other primary costs of buying a house that you need to know about. Here’s a breakdown of the four other costs and how working with Homes for Heroes to buy a home can decrease or eliminate some of these costs.