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How to Make a Move During the Fall and Winter Easier

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canstockphoto2726271Nothing sounds worse than trying to pack up your old home and move into a new one while the storms are raging outside. The truth is, however, that fall and winter can be great times of the year to move, especially if you are looking for a great deal on a house. Few people want to move during the winter, meaning that there are more houses for sale and fewer people to buy them. If you are looking for a great deal on a home, this might be the perfect time for you to buy one. Here are some tips to make your move during the colder months much easier:

  1. Pay attention to the weather. You probably know the weather of your current city fairly well. You know that if you do get a snow storm in October, it is either going to be the usual or a freak occurrence. You might not know the weather in your destination quite as well. Make an effort to pay attention to the weather in your new city and see what exactly it is doing. It’s not worth risking your vehicle and your neck in order to get to your location on a day that is snowy and the roads are icy. 
  1. Don’t pack your shovel and sidewalk salt. Instead of packing these items, make sure that they are in the back of your car, so that as soon as you arrive at your new home, you are able to start clearing the sidewalks. You’ll be much happier unpacking your truck on clear sidewalks than having to tromp through the snow every time you need to get a box. 
  1. Hire a moving company. If you’re wary of moving all of your possessions during the winter and driving the truck yourself, you might benefit from hiring the task out to someone else: a company that has experience moving houses during the winter. This means your items are much more likely to arrive safely. 
  1. Stay warm. The last thing you want to do is get hypothermia while dragging boxes and furniture out of one house and into another. Dress in light layers, so you can take them off as you warm up, and make sure you have a coat or something to put on again if you get too cold.
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