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Your Checklist for Moving to a New State

Are you moving from one state to another? My name is Laura, and I am a real estate expert. I work in multiple states and find that many of my clients don't know that each state has different laws about moving. For example, some states require you to get a new drivers license and car registration immediately while others give you a significant grace period. Some states require you to pay a fee for property you register while others do not. I will provide a checklist of things you need to consider before moving from one state to another. I hope you will learn a lot that can make your move easier.


Your Checklist for Moving to a New State

    Three Steps To Minimizing Waste While Packing For A Move

    As an environmentally conscious mover, you know recycling things is better than throwing them out with the trash. But when you're planning a move, it can be overwhelming trying to plan environmental responsibility into the logistics. Once you've scheduled a move with an environmentally conscious moving company and the packing begins, it's time to think about doing your part to reduce the waste your packing may produce. Here are three pieces of advice to keep in mind while you're planning the packing and moving sequence.

    Why You Might Want To Consider Using Plastic Storage Bins Instead Of Cardboard Boxes

    If you're packing up to move to another state, you are no doubt trying to figure out how many boxes you need and what the best way to pack them is. You may also have already dealt with boxes ripping or accidentally being crushed when something fell over, or maybe the packing tape you used isn't sticking well. In that case, you might want to look into using plastic storage bins instead of cardboard boxes.

    Locking Up the Good Paper: How to Prevent Office Thefts

    On occasion, you might take a pen home from work unintentionally. Some employers might consider that office theft, but it was an honest mistake. Accidentally taking a pen home is quite different from stealing reams of paper and boxes of pens and other supplies. If your office seems to be experiencing thefts of supplies, there are a few ways you can stop it and prevent the thefts from happening. Locked Supply Closets and a Single Key