3 Moving Tips To Help Multi-Generational Households

18 June 2018
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From elderly parents who cannot live on their Social Security alone to grown children who are dealing with financial distress in their own family, opening up your home so family members can live with you is becoming more and more popular. As a matter of fact, multi-generational living has hit record levels in the United States. Therefore, your home may be filled with your immediate family, parents or in-laws, and even your children and grandchildren. Read More 

How To Safely Store Electrics In Your Self-Storage Unit

24 January 2018
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Electronics can be easily damaged when not packed and stored properly. Whether you want to put your old record player and stereo equipment in storage to make room for a nursery or you have a collection of computers you're not ready to part with, renting a self-storage unit can provide the space you need for your electronics. Use the following guide to prepare these items for storage, and keep them in great shape for the next time you are ready to use them. Read More 

Did You Inherit Your Childhood Home? Tips For You Going Forward

26 June 2017
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If you have recently been through the unfortunate event of losing your parents, one of the factors you may find yourself considering is your inheritance of their home. Inheriting your childhood home can be a strange event in your life. You likely feel an attachment to the house and its contents but at the same time, you wonder if you should keep the home or sell it. No matter what you decide to ultimately do with your inherited childhood home, there are some steps you can and should take to deal with that house. Read More