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SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day: Athlete Relocation

28 July, 2011

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day! Measure your furniture before packing for the move.  It is unlikely that every piece of furniture will fit in your new residence, but you surely won’t know that if you don’t have the exact measurements of your furniture. Added tip: When measuring, remember to measure height as well as length and width.  The unsaid in this tip is that you need to know the measurements of the rooms in your new home. http://www.SportsRelocation.com www.twitter.com/Sport [...]

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day: Athlete Relocation

30 July, 2011

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day! Get copies of all medical records before you relocate.  Chances are there will be a small fee for this, but it is so important in keeping continuity throughout the relocation process.  Ditto with dental and eye exam records. An extension of this is make sure you get the school records of your children; to assume that the records will be forwarded properly and quickly to your new school district is a mistake far too many people have made.  Take them with y [...]

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day: Athlete Relocation

01 August, 2011

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day! When hiring a moving company only hire the best.  Get referrals, check with the Better Business Bureau, and make sure the company you decide on is bonded.  These people will be handling your precious possessions; why risk damage when for a few dollars more you can have assurance? By: Ikem Chukumerije http://www.SportsRelocation.com www.twitter.com/SportRelocation http://www.facebook.com/pages/Beverly-Hills-CA/SportsRelocationcom/321572801027 SportsRelo [...]

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day: Athlete Relocation NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, MLS

03 August, 2011

Relocation Tip of the Day If you have the luxury of time, start a calendar and jot down deadline dates of when things have to be done.  Start as early as possible so that you don’t panic with two days to go before the relocation.  For an example of a moving checklist, refer to our earlier articles for a detailed relocation checklist. By: Ikem Chukumerije http://www.SportsRelocation.com www.twitter.com/SportRelocation http://www.facebook.com/pages/Beverly-Hills-CA/SportsRelocationcom/321 [...]

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day: Athlete Relocation NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, MLS

04 August, 2011

Relocation Tip of the Day Organization is the key to a successful and stress-free relocation.  One tip that might be helpful is to make a list of the rooms in your current home and a list of the rooms in your new home, and for each room list the furniture that is in that room.  This will help you decide what will fit in the new home and what you won’t need or be able to accommodate. By: Ikem Chukumerije http://www.SportsRelocation.com www.twitter.com/SportRelocation http://www.facebook. [...]

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day: Athlete Relocation NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, MLS

08 August, 2011

Relocation Tip of the Day When moving, pack a suitcase for each member of your family and keep those separate from the items being loaded in the moving van.  That way you won’t have to search through boxes for clothing and personal items for the first few days after relocation.  Imagine that you are going on a three or four day vacation; what would you need for those days? That’s what you should throw in the suitcase. By: Ikem Chukumerije http://www.SportsRelocation.com www.twitter.com [...]

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day: Athlete Relocation NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, MLS

09 August, 2011

Relocation Tip of the Day When packing boxes, follow the rule that more is better to avoid injury.  The recommended weight per box is around thirty pounds.  Avoid the tendency of many to cram as much as possible in each box; you are only inviting injury from lifting too much weight.  When all is said and done you may add five extra boxes to the move but save your back in the process. By: Ikem Chukumerije http://www.SportsRelocation.com www.twitter.com/SportRelocation http://www.facebook. [...]

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day: Athlete Relocation NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL, MLS

10 August, 2011

Relocation Tip of the Day Once you have packed suitcases to get you through the first few days following relocation, prepare a box per person that says “open me first.”  In that box will be essentials that will be needed shortly after arriving at your new home.  Taking this simple step will save you literally hours of searching for valuable and much-needed items.  A little extra work on the front end of a relocation will save you tons of work on the back end. By: Ikem Chukumerije http: [...]

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day: Athlete Relocation

26 July, 2011

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day! Early on in the relocation process, make a list of the phone numbers of all people and companies you need to call before moving.  Phone company, utilities, post office, cable, lawn service, daycare, etc. The flip side of this is of course to make a list of all the people and companies you need to call at your new location.  A good real estate company should have such a checklist for you to use. By: Ikem Chukumerije http://www.SportsRelocation.com www.tw [...]

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day: “Packing Important Items” – Athlete Relocation

25 July, 2011

SportsRelocation.com Tip of the Day! When packing personal belongings, do not pack important papers.  Always keep these with you in case you need them when you arrive at your new location.  Birth certificates, insurance papers, marriage license, stock certificates, passports, social security cards, all are too important to risk losing during the relocation process. By: Ikem Chukumerije http://www.SportsRelocation.com www.twitter.com/SportRelocation http://www.facebook.com/pages/Beverly-Hi [...]