If you’ve found a new job that’s not exactly next-door – or even in the same state – it can create something of a conundrum. Applying for, interviewing and starting a new job is already an anxiety-inducing experience, but this goes double for when you have to make the difficult choice to move interstate for work.
If you’re nearing the end of your lease and are planning to move out, there are many things to think about. From securing your next home and arranging address changes with suppliers, utilities and services through to packing and transit, it’s easy to let your final clean slip to the bottom of your to-do list. However, if you don’t manage to leave the property in the best possible shape, you might end up incurring extra costs from your landlord that you might not have expected.
Whether you’re moving across town, to a new city, or even a new country, moving is a big deal for families. As well as packing everything up, living out of suitcases and physically making the move, if you have kids, you’re going to have quite a bit to deal with on top.
When you start looking for a new home, it quickly becomes apparent just how many things you need to think about. Whether you’re renting or buying, looking for a new home is a big deal and takes a lot of investment — in both time and money.