Beautiful 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath home. It has everything you need from the large living and dining room, to the spacious master suite with large master bath and walk-in closet. Vaulted great room, 10x10 patio, vinyl floors, and many more features! Feel free to go to the property in person Monday- Friday 8:30 to 4:30 . Once you're there, call show contact info and someone in our office will give you the lock box code. Our lease requirements are, No pets, no felons and no smoking. You need a credit score of 550 or better and need a monthly income of 2 times the rent. We will then email you a lease application. You can turn in applications at 4224 Dearborn st. Caldwell M-F, 8:30 to 4:30. $30 application fee for all above 18 years old. Please call or email if you have further questions.
Relocating is one of the biggest decisions you can face, whether it be across just moving across town or across the country, it can be a daunting task to even think about. Packing. Shutting off services. Work. Finding things in a new place…Before you overwhelm yourself with worry you should know the good news is that you have experienced home professionals close at hand to help you along the way. We’ve put together a few tips that will help you prepare for relocating before you even start considering making a move!
Think About a Yard Sale
Maybe several of them! Having less stuff means having less stuff to move, so even if relocating might be something not on the books until next year you can start making that process easier by getting rid of things you might not need this season.
Think About Visiting Your New Town
If you already have some idea where you will be moving to it never hurts to start touring the area. You’ll likely get somewhat familiar just in your home search, but make sure that you add some intentional destinations to your list as well – important things like hospitals, city offices, and coffee! If you’ll be relocating across country you could even take a mini-vacation there in advanced to scope out potential new favorite places to get excited about.
Think About Starting a List
It can seem like the most nerdy thing you’ll ever do, but start making a list. This should be a list not only of tasks to complete before you move but also items to include in the move itself. Consider getting a dedicated planner so that you have plenty of room to take notes and keep track of important progress, especially once the real estate transactions begin. Having a clear, drawn out idea of what you need to do can be an invaluable tool in getting things done.
Most of all know that you don’t have to go it alone! We’re here to help you at every step of the way, from finding your new place, or selling your current one, and even just helping you get to know town.