Published: November 01, 2021
Moving and starting a new job are stressful events on their own, but dealing with both at the same time can be a lot to handle. To make sure that your moving experience is as hassle-free as possible, read on for useful tips to follow before you relocate.
Ask about relocation benefits:
It’s always best to check with your benefits coordinator about any relocation services they can offer. Your employer might have a relocation package or other benefits that can help make your transition a little easier. They may be able to cover your moving expenses or closing costs if you decide to sell your house.
Research the area:
You should always do some research on housing expenses and the cost of living in your new location before you begin your move. Landing a new job with a higher salary is exciting, but if the new neighborhood is more expensive than the one you’re moving from, you may need to budget your finances more.
Hire a moving service:
If your new job means you’ll be moving long-distance, it’s essential to use a reputable and insured moving company that handles this type of relocation. At UNITS® Moving and Portable Storage of Southeast Massachusetts, we offer different storage container sizes and we’ll deliver your belongings to your new home for you.
Take care of transition details:
Once you’re ready to start your big move, make sure you take care of the transitional details that can turn into a hassle. Have utility services, such as gas, electric, and Internet connections turned on in your new home on moving day to make things a little easier. You should also notify your credit card companies, banks, and other important contacts of your new address.
If you’re ready to make the big leap, call UNITS® Moving and Portable Storage of Southeast Massachusetts today to get started. We’ll help you every step of the way!
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