Move for Free

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Stylish two story in Daybreak. Open and modern kitchen with granite counters, stainless appliances and a built-in work space. Upstairs enjoy a bonus loft area great for an office area, toy area, or whatever your need may be. Enjoy the convenience of laundry on the same level as master and bedrooms. Spacious master with large walk-in closet, separate bath and shower, and double sinks. Fully finished basement with family room. Private, fenced yard and alley access to garage. Easy to show! Call now for your private tour.

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Guest Blog by - Rianne Hunter:

Pros and Cons of Moving Your Own Stuff: Should You Hire Help or Not?

Moving day is a day that not many people look forward to. It is a day where you try to move as many things from one place to another as fast as you can without breaking or damaging anything. That is one of the reasons why offers a Free Moving Truck to clients after they buys or sell a home through a Neighborhood Expert.

Should you hire professional movers to help you with your move?

When Should You Hire Movers?

There are times when hiring a mover makes more sense than trying to move on your own. Consider hiring a mover if:

  • You Have a Long Way to Go

If you have a long move ahead of you, you may not want to drive a car

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Purchasing a home can be a complicated and potentially stressful venture. My team and I focus on making the home finding and purchasing process as easy and stress-free as possible. Once the frenzy of contracts and negotiations is over the fun part begins: Moving!

Now that you have your new home, you want to move in as soon as possible. As a service to all of my clients I offer the use of my moving truck for free. Instead of paying more money to rent a moving van or calling all your relatives over to borrow their trucks and cars, you can use my free moving van.

We also use the moving van for community and non-profit volunteer activities. We recently helped with the Allix & Luke Thrall Yardsale which generated funds to support Allix and her 3-year old

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