.

.

Realestate

The Landlord Lament - 6 Things to Avoid When Moving Out

  • Written by News Feature Team



Moving can be such a stressful experience.

Time is not always on your side and you think you have so much of it when, in reality, it goes by so quickly you don’t even realise. When you are moving there is so much you need to do and need to take into consideration it can honestly feel like too much sometimes. Thankfully, there are companies who have bond cleaners in Sydney, that can take part of the stress and worry off your shoulders by making sure everything is in perfect order when you leave. However, until that point, most of it is up to you.

If you are moving out and have no idea where to start then here are 6 things that you should avoid when it comes to moving.

 

Lazy packing

 

Whilst at the time simply throwing things in a box makes sense time wise, it will not be so great when it comes to unpacking. Get yourself organised and pack boxes accordingly, it may be an awesome time saver at the time but it will be hell when you get into your new place and think all the stress is behind you.

 

Not cleaning out

 

A huge mistake to make would be to not go through your belongings and figure out what you need and what you don’t need. Over time a lot of the things we once loved get forgotten about or replaced and when it comes time to moving you don’t want to be moving things you no longer need. Doing a clean out of your closet either before you start packing or whilst your packing can really lighten the load and give you less to do. If you don’t have a family member you can re gift your pre loved goodies too, then hit up your local op shop.

 

No Plan

 

Moving can be a bit all over the place at times, and pretty confusing.

One thing you can do to help yourself when the time comes is to set out a plan for packing and taking things, this will help you to stay organised and stay on track so you don’t feel like you’re drowning in your own possessions.

 

Unfinished Unpacking

 

Once you get into your new place, chances are you are going to be super tired from the move. Try to avoid getting complacent with unpacking as this will just lead to more stress down the track. Set aside a day or a weekend to properly unpack and set everything up in your new place so you have nothing left sitting in boxes or just thrown anywhere and so the place can start to feel like your home.

 

Settling

 

Despite all the stress, moving is very exciting, especially if you are moving out of your family home. One important thing to remember when moving out is to take your time and not settle. If you move somewhere simply because it is there and it is convenient you may end up not liking where you live, which will really affect you in a negative way.

 

Know your roommates

 

This one is super important. If you are moving in with housemates, make sure you are 100% certain that you will be able to live with these people. Moving in with your friends can sometimes ruin friendships and make the house a living nightmare if you’re not careful. Living with housemates means that every area of the house that is not someone’s bedroom is a shared space, so compromises will need to be made.

 

Don’t let all the stress and worries of moving get you down, it will be over before you know it and you will be so thankful for it once you are all settled. Take all the good and bad experiences and learn from them so you can use them in the future.

Invested Interest – What to Consider When Buying an Investment Property in Australia

It is clear, even to those without any investment experience, that real estate can be an extremely profitable market. It is also a very risky one and it requires a great deal of time and patience. To be a great property developer, you need to be motivated, determined, and good at seeing the bigger p...

Read more

Sub-Division: Is It For You?

Sub-diving properties is becoming an increasingly popular method for property owners to add to their cash flow or enter the investment market. The following information provides a run down of the considerations to take into account when deciding if sub-division is right for you and your property.  ...

Read more

The Landlord Lament - 6 Things to Avoid When Moving Out

Moving can be such a stressful experience. Time is not always on your side and you think you have so much of it when, in reality, it goes by so quickly you don’t even realise. When you are moving there is so much you need to do and need to take into consideration it can honestly feel like too much ...

Read more

Creative Creations - 6 Tips for Personalising Your Property

People’s properties are lining each and every street in your city. From the skyscrapers in the central business districts to the houses in the suburbs, each place is different and unique, yet somehow in this mess of millions of properties, some stand out as exceptional. How these houses or apartmen...

Read more

5 Steps toward Revamping Your Homestead for the New Year

When you come home at the end of the day, after a long shift at work or a tiring afternoon with the kids, it is important to feel like its layout and décor were built just for you. They should provide the perfect level of comfort and familiarity, while still being unique enough to showcase your pers...

Read more

Melbourne real estate report with Jeff Grochowski

Stunning capital gains have been recorded in Melbourne. Property prices in Melbourne and its suburbs have boomed says Jeff Grochowski the principal at Accrue Real Estate. "We are way on the way to hitting the $1 million mean property prices. Not this year but within the next 4 years." "Typically ...

Read more

Singles priced out of the Australian property market

Only two of Australia’s eight capital cities have a median house price that can be afforded by an average single income, new analysis by Australia’s leading financial comparison website, RateCity.com.au, shows.   Hobart and Adelaide remain the last affordable capital cities for the nation’s singl...

Read more

How to Look After Investment Property

Owning investment property can be a fantastic financial decision and it can be quite a lucrative project if you have the means to do it. But the purchase of such a property is only the first step to being successful, you need to maintain it as well.   For this discussion, we're talking about prope...

Read more

Burbank Homes to begin building in NSW and ACT

One of Australia’s premier home builders, Burbank Homes, is days away from launching in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, much to the delight of aspiring home owners.   Burbank, a multi-award winning builder with thousands of satisfied customers across Victoria, Queensland and ...

Read more

Affordable Solutions For Smarter Homes

Modern life is increasingly run by technology, from the servers that house gigabytes of financial information, to trains that are controlled by computers, to manufacturing processes that have been automated and are now performed by robots and androids. If you take a good look about you, you will not...

Read more

Jeff Grochowski of Accrue Real Estate delivers property acquisition services

People looking to buy investment property in Melbourne have an opportunity to seek expert advice on what rental properties are on the market. The federal Treasurer, Scott Morrison said today, that 30% of Australians rent their homes. That is a huge number people who will at some time look to find...

Read more