Christmas just passed away and its quite obvious that many people must have spend their holidays in buying gifts and wrapping them while at the same time many families were busy wrapping boxes full of dishes and clothes, waiting for their loans and real estate deals to close, and shopping around for new neighborhood. Although getting a mortgage and buying a new house is not a piece of cake in today’s world, but let’s just assume that your mortgage has been approved and you have bought a new house. Now you only have to worry about the shifting you are going to make. This may seem easy but shifting often turns out to be quite a hectic and costly process. So how can you manage this process within your budget while enjoying it at the same time? We have determined three important factors which you can keep in mind before starting your shifting process.

How much help do you need?

If you are capable of doing packing by yourself, you can save yourself a lot of time and money. However, if you have large, expensive items, which you think you won’t be able to handle then you definitely need professional help. But it should be kept in mind that you may have to pay additional money if movers can’t get the truck near your exact location or if narrow roads or weak bridges are in the way. If they are suppose to shift the items by hoisting them down the window, it’ll cost more. Other charges may include elevator cost.

Time to make the move

If you have already included the moving cost in your budget, it’s great. But it should be kept in mind that moving companies charge more in peak summer months. Also they’ll charge additional charges on weekends so it’ll add more to the budget. Keep these points in mind before making the decision to shift.

Moving Cost

You are most likely to get the liability coverage included in your cost, so you don’t have to worry about your expensive and huge items as it’ll be within your budget.

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