Moving: Keeping Your Eyes on Your Property at All Times

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Home security must not be compromised even as you are preparing to move to a new house. May people worry that they have so much to do and so many things to pack! However it is in your own best interest not to incur any more costs in the process. After all, moving itself is already a costly event. We suggest that you don’t push the expenses further by neglecting your possessions and losing one or more items due to negligence, forgetfulness, or theft. Before You Begin It is very important that you begin preparing around three months before the actual relocation. Take stock of all your valuables. List all of them in a small notebook so that you have something that you can easily refer to. Once you have written down all the details – quantity, type, and brief description of item – proceed to planning how you will transport them. In addition, you should check the interiors and exteriors of your residence for any security risks. This practical list should guide you in accomplishing this properly. Also, notify your banks about your move and your new address. Ask them not to accept transaction processing requests without notifying you directly. Send a note to the post office as well and let them know you are changing addresses. Most of all, let your family and friends know about your transition and ask them to message you privately when they want to know more about your move. Having them discuss the matter openly on social networking accounts may trigger online prowlers near your old or new place to target you....