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3 Moving Mistakes to Avoid

Moving into a new home can be exciting and stressful, so avoid these three common mistakes for a more enjoyable move.
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Moving into your new home can be exciting, but there are some costly mistakes that you should try to avoid.

First of all, when you start packing up your home, consider what can go into boxes and what you will still need around the house. Leave a few important items like kitchen utensils and dishes out so that you’re not stuck without them later on.

Next, start packing up things from the attic or the garage. Packing up those rooms first can save you a lot of time and hassle down the road.

Finally, don’t take it all on by yourself. Ask for some help from family and friends. If they aren’t willing to help or don’t have any time to spare, call a moving company. They would be happy to help you.


Avoid these three mistakes and your move will be a lot less stressful. If you have any other questions about moving or buying a home, give us a call or send us an email. We would be happy to help you!

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Liz Wilson

A Colorado native Elizabeth is excited for this wonderful opportunity to help our clients move through the different steps of a real estate transaction. Rather you are buying or selling once it goes under contract, it is Elizabeth responsibility to make sure all paperwork is signed and all deadlines are followed. She works one on one with you, the Title Company, and the lender to ensure all dates are followed and to protect you and your earnest money! So in short, she keeps the team on track and keep the transaction moving forward. With her Graphics Design degree and Bachelor degree in Business Management & Computer information systems, she researches how best to market The Team’s listing and design our websites and social media presence. She is basically the “Got To Gal” on Tracy’s Team. In her free time, she enjoys reading, learning to crochet, watching movies, and spending time with family and friends.

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