Preparing For Your Office Move

Preparing For Your Office Move

Please note, often a significantly sized move is planned well in advance of the move date, months or even a year. Here are some tips on how to prepare for an upcoming office move.
Create A Timeline

Creating a timeline and planning are the most important steps during your office move. A timeline will help you map out when different tasks need to be accomplished. Start with your move date and work backwards. Things to consider would be
Delivery of boxes or totes
The time required to pack
The time needed to purge and clean out.
Time needed to handle computers and phones
Scheduling elevators and meeting building move out requirements
Scheduling time frames for utilities, vendors and deliveries.

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Thinking of Moving into a Modular Home?

Thinking of Moving into a Modular Home?

Modular houses are prefabricated buildings that consists of modules for each section of the house. They are manufactured in the factory before being shipped to their final location, where they are assembled by a builder. They can be built on a permanent chassis or a temporary one, a very simple foundation is enough for this kind of house. 

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The 6 things to know when moving to Japan

The 6 things to know when moving to Japan

apan is an island with mesmerizing natural beauty in the northwest of the Pacific Ocean. Japan is the part of the Pacific ring fire and covering 377,975 square kilometers. Mainly there are five islands named; Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, and Okinawa. Tokyo is the largest city and capital of the japan, along with this Osaka and Nagoya

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Your international move from the US

Your international move from the US

Moving is stressful (mandatory industry statement)  but moving to another country from the U.S. brings the stress scale to a solid 11. Specific information is better provided by the state department or your transition team if you’re relocating for a job.  Here are the broad ideas and considerations.

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“Starter Home” vs “A Forever Home” for home buyers

“Starter Home” vs “A Forever Home” for home buyers

“Starter Home” vs “A Forever Home”  Tips to help you buy your first home 
There are so many emotions that come with purchasing a new home. From excitement, to fear, to feeling anxious and finally once it is all said and done, the feeling of relief! Overall, buying a new home can be a stressful and daunting process even for those buyers who have purchased homes in the past. At times, it may feel like a roller coaster, but it gets even deeper for first-time home buyers. From learning the home buying process, to establishing financing and finally deciding what type of home suits their budget and family needs, can be quite an overwhelming experience. Hiring the right agent, that specializes in working with first-time home buyers is essential. The top priority of an exceptional real estate professional is to put you at ease and take the time needed to guide you through the home- buying process. 

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Moving to and Living in Mumbai India

Moving to and Living in Mumbai India

Mumbai is the capital of the state of Maharashtra and is India’s wealthiest and the world’s most densely populated city. The city inherited a rich British colonial past history however it is a modern city just like any other city in the world.  Mumbai is a peninsula with water on three sides. Marathi, Hindi and English are the main languages spoken and understood in the city.

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The 10 Most Important Things to Know When Moving to Switzerland

The 10 Most Important Things to Know When Moving to Switzerland

1. The three Swiss regions are very different The three parts of Switzerland are not at all alike – The French part of Switzerland (Suisse Romande) is nothing like the German part of Switzerland, while Ticino is also quite apart. If you’re moving to Suisse Romande,...

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Moving to Mexico , How does school in Mexico work?

Moving to Mexico , How does school in Mexico work?

The Mexican schooling system has had many challenges over the years including battles with the Catholic Church and the influences of socialism. Luckily, the quality of the schooling system has increased in recent years since being regulated by the SEP (Secretary of Public Education) and is now mandatory until 18 years of age in most urban areas. Much like other countries, the Mexican school system is divided into several age groups starting as early as 1 year old. Maternal (Daycare – ages 1 to 3), Pre-escolar (Preschool ages 3 to 5), Kinder (Kindergarten – ages 5&6), Primaria (Elementary – 1st through 6th grade), Secundaria (Middle School -7th through 9th grade), and Preparatoria (High school – 10th through 12th grade). 

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