A recent article in the Vancouver Sun detailed the large growth in Metro Vancouver real estate sales at the onset of 2014. Within this widespread Lower Mainland trend includes a growth of downtown Vancouver sales, predominantly in the west side condominium market. As a Vancouver mover we make it our job to follow these trends as movement in real estate impacts movement in the local moving industry. As a local and long distance relocation expert we have transported individuals and households throughout the Lower Mainland and beyond into the downtown core and outlying areas. Our staff and company as a whole is very familiar with moving to and living within our metropolis and thus have decided to put together a quick list to help you with your move to the epicenter of Greater Vancouver.
4 Tips to Moving to Downtown Vancouver
Are you moving to a new city soon? Perhaps you are doing so to begin an exciting new career. Perhaps you are moving to take a long distance relationship to another level. Maybe you’re bold with your New Year resolutions and have decided to throw caution to the wind and embark on your life’s next journey by starting 2014 off in a whole new area code. Whatever your reason this is a major transition in your life and during such a time, exciting as it may be, it certainly helps to have a helping hand. As the Greater Vancouver area’s most sought after local and long distance moving company Best Choice Moving & Storage has many years of experience in relocating individuals and entire households to and from the region. We have been a part of this life transition for countless of homes and in an effort to proactively aid in the process we thought we’d use our latest blog update to provide you all with a few tips to relocating to a new town, city, or metropolis.
5 Tips to Moving to a New City
If you read our recent New Year resolution article regarding minimizing the clutter in your home in order to make more efficient use of the storage available to you then you know we made mention of donations. We have always stated that the moving process begins the minute you make the decision to move. At that point households should begin instituting ways to reduce the amount of possessions that come with them on the future relocation. One of the most effective and altruistic ways to accomplish this is by donating items around the home, some of which you may not have anticipated as candidates for such a thing in the first place. Today, Best Choice Moving & Storage is providing you with a few recommendations to help you in this endeavor.
5 Things to Donate Before Your Next Move
There was talk over the local news and online weather stations that the potential for snowfall within metro-Vancouver existed over the weekend. While it never happened the freezing overnight temperatures forecast for the week ahead once again allow for that possibility should precipitation join the drop in the thermometer’s mercury. We all know how well Vancouver tends to handle even the slightest bit of snow so in the spirit of preparedness Best Choice Moving thought we’d use this week’s Vancouver moving and storage blog to guide those of you through the relocation process if moving day lands on snow day.
5 Tips to Moving in the Snow
Books are a common denominator in practically every household move. Some libraries consist of nothing more than a corner bookshelf in the home while others require a sliding ladder to reach bound leather treasures from their perch. No matter the size of the collections books often offer a challenge when moving. They’re heavy, cumbersome, and tend to include hoarded volumes that have not been opened, or will ever again be opened, thus needlessly adding to the excess load coming along on a relocation and burdening storage space in the home. In today’s blog post our Vancouver moving and storage company is providing a few tips for managing books when preparing for your next household relocation. This begins with you taking an accounting of your home library, identifying what you do need to keep (for reading or for curated collections) and what you don’t. Once this is done, you can proceed with the following.
5 Tips for Moving, Removing, & Storing Books