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The Upside to Downsizing Your Home

The Upside to Downsizing Your Home

Let’s face it. Living in Los Angels is expensive. So, if you live in the area you might be going through something very common: downsizing. Although you might not want to leave your current home, there are some  really great  benefits to moving into  something smaller . Does downsizin...

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Adventures Await When Moving to Long Beach

Adventures Await When Moving to Long Beach

Do you like consistent year-round weather? Are you a fan of live performances? Could you spend hours relaxing on the beach? You can have all of this and much more when you move to Long Beach! Located approximately 25 miles south of Los Angeles, Long Beach is comprised of eight unique neighborhoods...

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Things to Know Before Moving to Las Vegas

Things to Know Before Moving to Las Vegas

Switching gears from the Los Angeles suburbs to life in the Mojave Desert can be intimidating, especially if you’re unprepared. The good news is that Las Vegas isn’t just for tourists, and the area is a surprisingly exceptional place to live—whether you’re living the single life on The Strip or rais...

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How to Choose the Right Storage

How to Choose the Right Storage

If you are running out of space in your home or business but aren’t ready to sell, donate, or give away your extra items, you’re likely searching for options. Some of the possibilities include moving into a more spacious home or commercial location, adding a shed or building onto your property, or r...

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How to Move with Pets

How to Move with Pets

Moving to a new home can be a wonderful experience and a chance for a fresh start on a new chapter of your life story. As exciting as moving can be, however, it can also be a very stressful time, and planning ahead can make all the difference between a smooth and organized house transfer and a chaot...

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Packing Tips: How to Prioritize the Kitchen

Packing Tips: How to Prioritize the Kitchen

As one of the most utilized and high-traffic areas of a home, the kitchen is filled with high-priority, useful items, like dishware, cooking utensils, expensive appliances, food, and so much more. It's also where we wind up storing unneeded things we've accumulated over time, such as outdated or bro...

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