Moving out day!
It’s time to move! Congratulations, you have an accepted offer and the closing is completed. Finally, all of your determination, organization and hard work has been done, right? Wrong! Now, it is time to put the same preparation and research into making the physical move.
The moving process is taken for granted. Yet, no matter how often you have moved, something may go wrong or may be forgotten, or signals get crossed. The best way to avoid that is to communicate and prepare. We realize there is a difference between moving across town versus moving out of state. However, this information may just help make your move smooth and frustration-free no matter where your destination takes you. Click here to learn the details.
Let’s look at some specific questions sent in by DearMonty readers from across the country. Read more Q&A articles about the “Moving Day” stage of the Home Selling process:
Reader Question: We recently moved into our first home. The contract called for the seller being out on a specific date with all of their possessions. We also contractually agreed to allow them to harvest some outdoor plants after they come up this spring. The seller left items behind at move-out and has not picked […]
Reader Question: We are expecting an offer on our home this week. It is our first time selling a home, but over the years we have heard a few horror stories about move-out day. Do you have any advice about how to prevent move-out day problems? Rick and Angie B. Monty’s Answer: This is the […]
You have an accepted offer, and the closing completed. All of your determination, organization and hard work is finished, right? Wrong! Now, you must put the same preparation and research towards moving out of your home. The moving process can be taken for granted. No matter how often you have moved, something may go wrong […]