Our Blog About Removals – Page 7
Dec 17

Moving Your Garden to a New Home

They have grown up with you and are a part of the family. With moving day drawing near it’s time to make decisions. Should you take your much loved plants along to the new home? With careful planning your plants can arrive in good condition, while adding colour and brightness to your new residence.   […]

Posted in Moving Tips
Nov 26

Home Improvements Before the Big Move

Moving house includes a comprehensive to-do list, but one area often overlooked is the condition of your present home. Whether you are planning to sell the house, leave it unoccupied, or advertise it for rental, moving is the perfect time for repair or improvement. Sydney movers will transport all your belongings, leaving you with an […]

Posted in Home and Garden
Nov 23

Moving House Checklist

Moving house can be a logistical nightmare, especially if important objectives are left until the last minute. Here is a user friendly moving house checklist and time-line for you to make it a little easier and a whole lot less stressful. 6-4 weeks before the move Create a file dedicated solely to moving documents and […]

Posted in Moving Tips
Nov 20

Moving with Children

Relocating to a new home can be stressful, with the life-changing move to a new suburb often difficult for children. It involves getting used to unfamiliar surroundings, leaving friends behind, and adjusting to a different school. There are a variety of ways to help your child make the transition with the minimum of fuss. Talk […]

Posted in Moving Tips
Nov 19

Downsizing With Ease

When moving from a large estate to a smaller condominium, downsizing is unavoidable. It can be a tight squeeze to relocate into a smaller space, and while you may have the motivation to toss out or sell unwanted belongings, actually doing it can be difficult. People downsize for a variety of reasons, such as advanced […]

Posted in Home and Garden
Oct 25

Vastu Tips for Homes – Positive Energy with Vastu

There are many aspects to consider when choosing a new residence, but when all is said and done, most people make their final decision based on intuition. Several times I have heard new tenants exclaim, “The house felt right for us the moment we walked in the door,” or, as if the house had its […]

Posted in Home and Garden
Oct 25

How to Pack Artwork

One of the biggest challenges when selling or moving art is packaging. Artwork needs to arrive at the destination in top condition, therefore suitable packing is essential. Some artworks are best shipped flat, while others travel better rolled – depending on the material, texture, and flexibility of the art medium. Here are some tips that […]

Posted in Packing Tips
Oct 7

Don’t expect much change in the property sector from the new government

Whoever said change is good obviously didn’t speak to our new Coalition government. As reported in an article on news.com.au, the indications are that they are not intending to introduce any major changes to the laws governing property any time soon. They may only be the fifth new government in forty years but, contrary to […]

Posted in Home and Garden
Sep 25

Feng Shui, inauspicious house numbers and a concierge – the different methods of selling to the Chinese

Selling a mansion in Sydney? An article published in Domain, the Sydney Morning Herald’s property supplement, suggests you may consider making a few changes to attract the city’s newest cashed-up arrivals. In the past year record numbers of wealthy Chinese have bought property in Sydney and what they consider important when viewing houses may not […]

Posted in Home and Garden
Aug 9

Top 4 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Renovate a Property Before Settling in It

The Australian Institute of Architects says there are various reasons why you, as a property investor, should not renovate a property before moving in it. But four motives invariably come atop the list of reasons, and it is important you keep an eye on them to avoid running afoul of the law and facing cost […]

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