There are a few things when thinking about relocation that you can do to help ease the pain and anxiety from relocating to a new place you will soon call home, especially if it’s an out of state move.
I know the thought of relocating can be stressful. I’ve sold tons of homes and I’ve found relocation to be one of the most stressful moves a seller can make. So utilizing moving checklists and labels will come in handy. Remember to label all of your boxes to make unpacking easier and avoid your essential items getting misplaced. Keep important documents and personal items readily available and make eating and sleeping arrangements beforehand. And once you’re there, the stress does not stop! Once you’ve moved, there are some things to make the move go smoothly.
Unpack and organize – Make sure that all your belongings have been safely delivered at your new location. Remember to unpack essential items first, such as bedding and toiletries, as you will want to have a shower and a good night of sleep after a long day of travelling and all the packing and unpacking.
Allow a couple of days to familiarize yourself with your new place. I know by doing these few things you’ll feel right at home in no time at all. If you’ve got questions, or If you need help connecting with a strong realtor in another city, or want other checklists on things to consider when relocating, feel free to reach out to me. In fact, you can also download my Relocation Guide here!
I’m a Top Producing Realtor® in the OAKLAND / BERKELEY / EAST BAY AREA. I’ve been in the San Francisco East Bay Area since I came up to do my undergrad at UC Berkeley (a long time ago!), with a short stint at UC Davis while getting my Master’s. I take my duties as a Realtor® and Fiduciary very seriously, I enjoy educating my sellers and buyers along the way. Putting People, Before Profit.
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