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5 weeks before you move

Transfer medical, dental and veterinarian records, cancel newspapers and magazines.
Register children at new school and arrange to have records transferred. You may have to become a resident to do this.
If you have any specialty items such as pool tables, hot tubs, or grandfather clocks, make calls and read owners manuals to get specific transporting instructions.
Put a bill/statement of every creditor you owe money to inside your move folder (charge cards, mortgage statement, doctors, dentists, newspapers, magazines, etc.) and remember to put any receipt related to the move in the move folder for tax purposes.
Contact insurance company to make sure your belongings are covered during the move
through your homeowners or renters policy. If not, find out how much the movers cover.
Mover's basic insurance may cover items by pound which may not be enough; see what
additional insurance they offer.
Contact friends/relatives that you would like to have help you move. Get them to mark their calendars!
If you have small children, contact a friend/relative to baby-sit your little one(s) on move
day and get them to mark their calendars!
Arrange for a cleaning service to clean your old residence after you move or coordinate
family or friends to help you clean after the place is empty on moving day.

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8 and 7 weeks before you move
• Take a trip to the area where you would like to move, (see Investigate section!).
• Buy a move folder and notebook.
• Determine your move budget. If your company is handling the relocation, find out exactly what is covered and what you are responsible for; once you determine your budget, you will have to decide how you will move.
• Consider truck rental, self service move, or full service move. Call moving companies and schedule at least 3 companies to give an estimate on what it would cost to ship your household goods. If you have already long distance moving decided that you are moving yourself, research costs of truck rental companies.
• List your current house on the market as soon as possible or notify your landlord of your plans to move.
• Talk to real estate agents in your new area and let them know what you are looking for.
• Read moving company and or truck rental company policy and information.
• Have your expensive items appraised and take pictures of these items (antiques, jewelry, paintings, etc.).
• Locate storage facilities in your new neighborhood in case you have to put any or all of your household goods in storage.
• Locate important places in your new neighborhood such as hospitals, medical centers, post offices, hotels and motels.
• Begin donating, throwing away, selling and sorting household goods (if you donate get a receipt for your taxes).
• Collect and buy packing materials (see list of things to buy and collect).
• Contact the chamber of commerce in your new town and call to request a "welcome packet" and ask them to help you with any unanswered questions that you may have.
• Make a list of questions for the moving companies that are giving you an estimate, (see list
of questions under self service move).

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