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Packing Up Your Kitchen Before Your Big Move

Nearly 700,000 homes were sold in the United States in the month of May 2018 alone. And with some real estate brokers streamlining sales and cutting costs there is no end to the housing boom. That means now more than ever people are moving to and from the San Francisco Bay […]

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Helping Your Pets Feel Comfortable In Their New Home

Have you just bought a new home or signed the lease on a new apartment? You’re probably excited and a little overwhelmed thinking about all that has to be done before the big move. But while your mind is swirling with thoughts of packing peanuts and boxes, […]

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10 Tips For Dealing With A Last Minute Move

Moving – whether across the country or down the street – is not the easiest thing to do. There’s a lot to handle between finding a new place to move and figuring out how to uproot your life and plant new seeds elsewhere. Thankfully, there are ways to make […]

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Meeting Your New Neighbors

meeting your new neighbors

Meeting your new neighbors is a piece of cake. Get your slice of the action and meet your new neighbors now. Meeting your new neighbors can seem like a daunting task. Nearly a third of Americans have never met their neighbors. You, too, can become better acquainted with your […]

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Making Your New House Feel Like Home

making your new house feel like home

Moving into a new house can be fun and exciting… it can also be kind of scary. It’s the unfamiliar that puts people on the edge. A lot of change happens in a very short period of time. Can you do something to help make the transition […]

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Are You Moving Out For The First Time? Follow This Checklist

are you moving out for the first time follow this checklist

Believe it or not, a common budget for furnishing your first apartment is around $3,000 at a bare minimum. This will give you some of the basics but could be a big investment for a first-time apartment renter. There are all sorts of hidden budget items that could […]

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Moving Large Items Without Breaking Your Back

moving large items without breaking your back

Whether you’re moving into or out of a new house, or you just want to do some rearranging at home, there are items that are heavier than you that need to be moved! And some of them are big and bulky, making them even more difficult to […]

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6 Smart Winter Moving Tips

6 smart winter moving tips

Planning on moving in winter? You’re on the right track. However, you need to be aware of possible winter moving issues so you can prevent them before they happen. Many realtors agree that winter is a great time to buy a house. But moving in winter? Not […]

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A Survival Guide To Holiday Moving

a survival guide to holiday moving

Approximately 14.2% of Americans move each year. That’s more than 40 million people. If you’re planning to move this holiday season, you’re not alone. While peak moving season is usually between April and September, moving during the holidays will allow you to start the year in your new home. […]

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12 Tips To Successfully Downsizing After Retirement

12 tips to successfully downsizing after retirement

Life after retirement is always easy, right? You know as well as anybody that the answer is not always, “of course!” In fact, retirement can often lead to a new chapter of life with its own questions and challenges, often summed up as “What do I do now?” […]

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Jay's Small Moves
1760 9th Ave
San Francisco, CA 94122
(415) 999-6795

2525 Mandela Pkwy
Oakland, CA 94607
(510) 501-5800

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