Well, you’ve finally done it!
You’re moving into your new home…you’ve gone through the hassle and the pain of filling out every single line of your closing documents. You’ve dealt with inspections, with last-minute changes to your closing costs, and of course the ever-changing closing date.
So now you’re probably thinking, well all I have to do is move everything in, then I can kick back, relax, turn on the TV and enjoy myself!
Whether you’re moving home with a Mini Labradoodle or large Bull Mastiff, there are a few things you’ll need to do to prepare when moving with dogs.
Finding the perfect home can be hard, especially if you’re moving to an unfamiliar location.
You have no idea what kind of amenities you’ll have, what the schools are like, what kind of commute you’ll have or even if you’ll be able to make friends.
There’s no question, a large home can be a great choice for many families, but the energy and expense of maintaining a large home can grow burdensome for some individuals.
Moving to a new state can be exciting. You’ll be meeting new people, seeing new things and of course, living in a new home.
But it can also be a little intimidating…especially when you think about physically moving everything you own across the country.