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3. Email Campaigns - It's important to "work the network." We can work together to identify the right people to target your home-and get in touch with them by email to drive excitement and interest.
4. Personal Touch - Of course, technology alone won't sell your home. Face-to-face interaction provides the advantage to sell your home-and you won't have to worry about a thing. The details will be handled with care and constant communication, to ensure the marketing and sale of your home go smoothly.
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Moving Timeline Checklist
One Month Before Move
Arrange for moving your furniture and personal belongings either by hiring a moving company or renting a truck.Accumulate moving supplies such as boxes, tape, rope and anything else you might need.
Plan your travel route if you are driving to your new home.
Some moving expenses are tax deductible so you should save all moving related expenses including meals, lodging and gasoline.
Develop a plan for packing such as pacing last the things you use most.
Notify the Post Office of your move by using the Change of Address form or online
Notify friends, family and businesses of your move.
Notify federal and state taxing authorities or any other government agency needed.
Two weeks before move.
Notify utilities like gas, electric, water, cable TV, and phone companies. Arrange for services at new address.
Notify long distance phone company and arrange for service at your new address.
Have your car serviced if you are driving to your new home.
Recruit people to help you on the moving day.
Arrange for someone to take care of pets during move.
Confirm moving company or rental truck arrangements.
If leaving the city, notify your bank about moving.
One day before Move
Keep moving materials separate so they don't get packed until you are finished.
Pick up rental truck if you are doing it yourself.
Fill up your car with gas and check oil and tires.
Try to get a good night's rest.
Who needs to be notified of change of Address
Everyone who sends you mail. This includes family, friends, credit cards, banks, insurance companies, doctors, dentists, professionals, magazines and other. You can get notification postcards from the post office or fill out forms online. Don't forget a change of e-mail address.
Things to do after the Move
Notify the sender of any mail forwarded to you of your new address. This is only necessary if there is a yellow address label on it which indicates it has been forwarded.
Register to vote so that when election time rolls around, you will be eligible.
Get a change of address on your driver's license if you have moved within the state and make application for one if you have moved out of state.
Make contact with a local insurance agent to transfer policies.
Find out when the trash and garbage is picked up and whether there is a re-cycling program available.
After locating a new doctor and dentist, have your medical histories transferred.
Ask for recommendations of good contractors like plumbers, air-conditioning services and the like so that when you need them, you will know who to call without being at the mercy of the yellow pages.
Locate new service providers such as banks, pharmacies, cleaners, etc.
Make a list of the emergency numbers such as fire, ambulance, police, hospital, poison control and the like so they will be available in an emergency.
Recognize that moving can be very stressful and that you should be considerate of your family members and yourself.
Important New Phone Numbers
- Fire Department_____________________________
- Poison Control_______________________________
- Suicide/Crisis Center__________________________
- Utility Companies____________________________
- Electric Company_____________________________
- Gas Company________________________________
- Water Company_______________________________
- Helpful phone numbers
- Insurance Agent________________________________
- Realtor - Karen and Bob Callan – 508-842-7497
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