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Packing Services:

Let Us Do The Work! Don’t hire a dedicated “packing company”. Just sit back, relax and let us take the stress out your move. Proper packing is critically important. To ensure that your belongings come out of the moving truck in just as good shape as they went in, we use specially designed boxes made to eliminate any chance of damage. All our boxes are new, we have smaller boxes to accommodate heavier items and larger ones for light items. We have special boxes to hold your DVD’s, books, electronics kitchen items and clothing. Our trained and professional movers and packers will carefully wrap and pack all your belongings room by room in specially designed boxes and crate all delicate furniture in cardboard. On top of our packing service, we also offer unpacking services and you can be sure you will find all your belongings exactly as you left them. Our packing and moving services save you time and money ! Packing Services and Options: Full Packing – Our professional movers will pack and…

Expert That Correctly Predicted Market Moves In July, August And September Says Stocks Will Crash In November:

When someone is right over and over and over, eventually people start paying attention.  Personally, I have learned to tune out the “forecasts” of most “economic experts” out there.  As an attorney, I was trained to be skeptical, and I have found that most forecasts about what the financial markets are going to do are not worth the paper they are printed on.  However, once in a while something comes along that really gets my attention.  Over the past few days, I have seen a number of references to the remarkable forecasts of Bo Polny of Gold 2020 Forecast.  In recent months he has correctly predicted that U.S. stocks would begin to drop in July, that there would be a huge plunge in August and that that the month of September would be rather uneventful.  Now he is saying that he expects “November to be a complete meltdown on the U.S. and world markets”.  Just because he has been right in the past does not guarantee that he will be correct this time around, but lots of people (like me) …

How to Protect Your Move:

Protect Your Move offers many brochures, and easy to read articles on learning your rights and responsibilities when planning a move and hiring a mover. There are many free tips and resources to use. A selection of publications found in this section are listed below. Just download the PDF or browse these publications in web form using the navigation tabs on the left hand side of this page. Plan a Successful MoveProtect Yourself From Moving FraudRed Flags  Spotting Rogue MoversChoosing a Reputable MoverFrequently Asked Questions?Ready to Move? – Tips for a Successful Interstate MoveMoving ChecklistUnderstanding Valuation and Insurance OptionsYour Rights and Responsibilities When You MoveGlossary of TermsConsumer Protection Regulations ComplaintsComplaint Hotline and Web SiteFrequently Asked QuestionsSearch for Contacts in Your State​ Additional Consumer Information How to Handle a Dispute with Your MoverConsumer Advisory Loss and Damage Counter MeasuresConsumer Advisory about Automobi…

4 Tips to Successfully Renting or Buying a Home Abroad:


Moving Tips — It’s Moving Season:

It’s summer time and that means its prime time for moving.  As everyone is looking to move; the moving companies get swamped and booked up fast.  This means it’s always best to contact your mover as early in the moving process as possible.  The further ahead you talk to them the more likely you will be able to book a move for the day you want before someone else books it first. Another thing you should do is ask your Seattle mover for a moving checklist to ensure you have done everything you need to to make sure your move go as smoothly as possible. This checklist will help ensure that nothing is over looked and many items on the list can be taken care of by your moving company if you would like. Most movers offer packing, crating, third party services such as cleaning, assembly, etc.  This can dramatically reduced time for packing and unpacking.

12 Terrific Moving Tips When You're Moving Your Home:

Who can't use some moving tips when they're packing up their whole life for a new home? If you're among thousands of people who have picked up and moved their family to a new home or a new community, you have fresh memories of some of the ups and downs or thrills or frustrations of moving.
Drawing from personal experience, I know there are lots of ways to help make your household move easier and more

smooth. Read here for help to get your life, and your possessions, organized for a peaceful and exciting move. Make a list.
Write everything down! You'll thank yourself later. Before you pack even one box, create a simple record keeping system. Create a computer-printed list of numbers with a space to write the contents. Or have a spiral-bound notebook for the job. You'll place a number on EVERY box you pack and list the contents on your list. Don't put the list down unless it's in a place you'll call Packing Central. This is where you'll find your labels,…

Moving Articles:

Need expert moving advice? You’ve come to the right place.

If you’ve started planning a move, you are going to need expert advice from professional movers. United agents are some of the best in the business and have years of experience moving families - like yours - through every imaginable scenario.

If you can’t find the advice you are looking for, feel free to reach out to one of our local movers to ask questions. They are always happy to help guide you through the process. Save Money on TV, Internet and Phone Those familiar with the term “triple play deal” for phone, TV and Internet service may understand what it means, but not everyone knows exactly what to look for to get the best bang for their buck. Energy Efficient Updates for Your New Home You always discover opportunities for improvement when you move into a home, regardless of its age. Whether it was built in the 19th century or constructed in the last few months to your precise specs, no home is ever truly finished. Never has…

NY Rangers GM Glen Sather Selling Desert Retreat for $2.7M:

When you’re involved in professional ice hockey for a living, it’s nice to have an offseason home in a warm climate. For example, Glen Sather, New York Rangers president and general manager, has kept a house for years in the desert in La Quinta, CA.

Sather’s even held offseason meetings in his home, which likely required extra air conditioning, considering the average high temperature in the resort town outside of Palm Springs tops 100 degrees from June through September.

Now Sather is ready to move on from the luxury home, and he’s enlisted agent Kay Bastasini to sell it. He’s asking for $2.7 million.

With its palm trees, pool, mountain scenery, and a stream that runs through the backyard, the compound feels like an oasis. The house has views of the Santa Rosa Mountains to the south and the San Jacinto Mountains to the west. The Joshua Tree National Park is only an hour northeast, and the Salton Sea is 30 miles southeast.

The 4,750-square-foot home with four bedrooms and four bathro…