Planning your Move to Terrell Hills

There are many Terrell Hills new homes from which to choose, which is why this suburb of San Antonio has become such a family friendly hotspot. Moving to one of Terrell Hills new homes can be quite exciting, but along the way, if you’re not organized and prepared, you could run into some bumps in the road. With that said, if you are one of the lucky homeowners of one of Terrell Hills new homes, there are a number of things you can do to make sure your move is a successful one:

  • As soon as you begin the house-hunting process for Terrell Hills new homes, start taking an inventory of your current belongings. Now is a great time to sell, donate or simply toss things you no longer need or want. If you’re downsizing, get the measurements to your new home and determine which furniture can stay and which must go. Remember: a move is made much easier when you don’t have so much to move!
  • Ask a close friend or family member to hold anything of value you for you during your move. Such items that you will certainly want to safeguard during a move include: jewelry, valuable artwork, china, crystal and any type of personal documents or paperwork. You may also want to handle moving those things of personal value yourself, as you can be sure of its safety.
  • Hire a moving company as soon as you secure a closing date for your Terrell Hills new home. Get your reservation secured, so you’re not in a panic at the last minute because you can’t find a mover. In addition, if you need anything large or valuable moved, such as a piano or antiques, you will want to hire a specialty mover to handle this important job.
  • Prepare your paperwork for closing day. Again, it is never too early to begin the organization process when it comes to preparing for closing. Your real estate agent or closing company will likely supply you with the documentation necessary for closing, so don’t put this task off until the last minute or you could find yourself short on important paperwork and unable to close.
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