The thought of moving can be exciting for some especially when they move to a newer, bigger and ready to move in property. But, for those who loves their present home and been attached for years, moving is a bittersweet longing. No matter how you feel, having a new home is not bad at all.
Now, here's the checklist that you should do so you won't stressed out on what to do next.
*Make sure you change your address right away.
*Connect the utility connections to your name as soon as you own the house. I have the electricity account under my name and the alarm system account too. Water and cable are in the name of my hubby.
*Save all the papers associated with your new home such as contracts, sales receipts, owner's manuals, home warranty documents and etc. Including the papers on the appliances delivered. Now, I can't find the warranty paper, my bad!
*Keep track of your moving expenses since they can sometimes be tax deductible. That is right!
*Change your driver's license and vehicle information.
* Inform your friends and family that you have a new address.
*Be able to know the location of your church, libraries, community activities, local businesses and local government agencies.
*Locate the nearest hospitals in your area. Transfer your prescriptions and find a new doctor and dentist which are conveniently located in your area.
*Do not forget to register to vote in your new community.
For other related matters regarding your moving, you will get by along the way. Just don't procrastinate. Act on them now.
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