Archive for the ‘Removal Tips’ Category

4 Best And Cheapest Ways To Move Interstate

April 1st, 2021

Whether you are moving interstate because of a great working opportunity or for a lifestyle change, planning things and maintaining a budget will help you avoid overspending on irrelevant elements. Moving interstate can be both exciting and overwhelming. But, amongst all the excitement, have you thought about what are some of the potential difficulties while Read More »

Priorities to Take Care of When Moving to a New House

December 6th, 2019

Spending the first day in your new home is priceless. However, before you get to enjoy your new space, you need to move from your old house, pack all your possessions and transport them to your new property—this is the most physically and mentally demanding task in many people’s lives and there’s no one in Read More »

How To Organise Your House Move (in a nutshell)

May 22nd, 2018
How to organise your move

Moving homes is one of the toughest things you might have to organise, beaten only by organising a wedding. That being said, it is very difficult to give all the information in a nutshell, but since we like to keep it short and sweet, here are the main steps you need to undertake. 5 Quick Read More »

End of Tenancy Letter Templates

May 3rd, 2017
matt writing a letter

Changing your address is stressful enough as it is. Packing, organising possessions, end of lease cleaning, the move itself. And amidst all of that, you will have to notify your landlord. Especially if you are cutting your tenancy short. This is why we prepared these end of tenancy letter templates for you. Additionally if you’re Read More »

Matt’s End Of Lease House Moving Tips

October 18th, 2016
matt with crossed arms

  Relocations can be overwhelming because you don’t have to deal with them on a daily basis, and if you’re lucky – Not at all. The process itself is not rocket science, but the devil is in the details that you might overlook. Matt’s M.O.V.E. system will help you make the process easier, so read Read More »