Pat and Martha have lived in their ranch-style house in the San Antonio suburbs for the last 35 years. This home holds so many sweet memories: bringing home babies from the hospital and watching those babies learn to crawl, then walk, then cause mass destruction. (Martha will never forget the day her son used a
It’s the age-old icebreaker question: if your house were on fire and you could only grab three things, what would they be? Assuming my family is safe, and I’ve got my important documents ready to go, the answer for me is simple. I would grab my family scrapbooks and journals chock full of silly and
Every year, individuals, families, and even companies choose the summer season as the prime time for relocation. With so many people looking to make a change during this time period—which lasts from Memorial Day weekend in May until Labor Day weekend in September, summer relocation can be a little more stressful and complicated than it
Moving is a challenging endeavor that requires plenty of time and effort to execute properly. Coming up with a timeline, creating an inventory of your belongings, and packing room by room are just a few of the tasks that go into a typical residential moving project—along with many others. One of the most common problems
When preparing to relocate your home or business, one of the first steps is to decide whether to use a moving broker or a moving company. If you’re like many homeowners or business owners, it’s likely that you’re familiar with the services that moving companies can provide. However, do you know what a moving broker is?