A Mindful Move: Home Is Where the Om Is

We are all trying to be more mindful. No reason to “try;” instead, relax and be. Easier said than done, right? We all strive to be mindful: aware of emotions, present in the moment, attentive to the needs of others, conscious of our planet, and calm. But, in our mindful practice, we tend to let [...]

Moving a Closet: Pack and Unpack in Three Stages

We all know your closet is miraculous because it holds everything you ever bought. But, that miracle is turning into a horror story. You’re about to move. Do you really want to move everything in that closet? Think go-go boots, prom dress and sequin leggings. Items you haven't worn (or used) in years. This is [...]

Six Quick Tips to Downsizing Your Home

Downsizing is a big step for any homeowner. If you’re considering moving to a smaller home, deciding what stays and what goes is difficult. Use these six tips to help you cut the clutter before your big move. 1. Make a must-keep list Deciding what to keep is the toughest part of downsizing. Begin by [...]

How to Find the Right Vet After a Move

Any pet owner knows that “find a new veterinarian” is on the top of the moving to-do list. In fact, for many, finding a new vet is higher on the list then finding a new doctor. Admit it! Our four-legged loved ones often come first! However, the task of finding a qualified vet for your [...]

By |2018-06-07T16:56:27+00:00Thursday, June 7, 2018|Categories: Pets, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

How to Keep Your Pets Stress Free During a Move

If you are moving this summer you probably already feel the stresses of moving, but have you thought about what your four-legged family member may be feeling? Dogs and pets do feel the stresses of a move and often even more stress than their human companions are feeling. Imagine: you can’t read, understand all of [...]

By |2018-06-04T17:02:28+00:00Monday, June 4, 2018|Categories: Pets, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Top 10 Damaged Items When Moving and How to Protect Them

Nearly 40 million of us move in the summer and begin to plan in April. If you are moving this season, we want to help you protect your precious belongings and make your move a smooth one! Before you start to pack, make a game plan. Which of your items are fragile? What will you [...]

Move to Temporary Housing Seamlessly in Five Steps

A lot of people, like Nevada County residents, do not like to move. The excitement of moving somewhere new is put on hold for the temporary pain of having to pack up a home and move it. What could possible be worse than moving once? Moving twice. Unfortunately, it can happen. Construction not complete on [...]

How to Manage Moving a Parent or Their Belongings After the Loss of a Parent

Many of us are now, or soon will be, helping our parents downsize and move. Moving a parent is accompanied with unique challenges and emotions. One of the most difficult and trying times in life is losing a parent. The grieving process also often includes the task of sorting out and moving their cherished belongings [...]

By |2017-11-09T18:25:56+00:00Thursday, November 9, 2017|Categories: Seller Resource, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Moved in? Now What? A Post Move In Check List

Congratulations on purchasing your home in Nevada County! So, it’s been a month since you moved into your new home. The empty boxes are stacked in corners, you finally found the blender, and you're missing some key pieces of mail. The moving checklist guided you day by day, but now that the move is finally [...]

Seven Things to do Before Moving into Your New Home

Congratulations! You’re a new homeowner. You have just purchased a home that you have worked hard to get. While you may not be able to wait to move in, there are a few things you should consider tackling before hanging those family photos on the walls. Some of these things are pre-cautionary tasks and others [...]

By |2017-09-27T21:15:42+00:00Wednesday, September 27, 2017|Categories: Buyer Resource, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments