Moving can be a highly emotional time filled with excitementaand with panic. From selecting a real estate agent and finding a new home to transferring medical records and registering your vehicle, there are hundreds of steps involved in making a successful move. Fortunately, you donat have to go it alone! The Moving Survival Guide will help you make informed decisions and keep your family organized and motivated before, during, and after your move. Part how-to book, part workbook, this friendly guide leads you through the daunting tasks of selling, packing, and relocating your household. Within these pages author Martha Poageawho has successfully moved her family nine times in eleven yearsaoffers practical advice and tried-and-true tips, including: Extensive planning calendars Detailed to-do lists Helpful worksheets Easy recordkeeping guidelines that will be invaluable at tax time Ideas to involve the whole family Proven advice to keep you focused, informed, and energized for your move The Moving Survival Guide will ensure you donat forget a single important task during this busy and exciting time.... the van) ai Items of unusual weight or bulk (such as a large, heavy rock collection) ai Motor homes, campers, and trailers ... High-Value. Items. and. Valuable. Documents. To guard against theft or loss, it is advisable not to load the followinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Moving Survival Guide|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2004-11-01|