Tips Moving Into Your New Home
Tips For Moving Into Your Next Home
There are so many things to think about when moving! Here's a comprehensive checklist to help you stay on track.
- Create a "move file" to keep track of estimates, receipts and other important information.
- Check with the IRS for possible tax deductions - including moving expenses.
- Contact the Chamber of Commerce to request their new resident packet.
- Call alarm monitoring company to have the system transferred to your name as of the date of closing.
- Call your cellular phone service company to have your plan(s) changed and moved to your new location..
- Submit your change of address form(s) to the Post Office for mail and magazines, or access USPS to obtain a change of address form.
- Notify your financial institution of your move.
- Order new checks from your bank.
- Arrange for moving assistance.
- Notify your employer(s) of your change of address.
- Notify your creditors of your change of address and phone number.
- If you are moving from out-of-state, get your emissions test done. Colorado requires this test before you can get your license plates. If you are moving to a different county within Colorado, notify the State and possibly get new license plates.
- Update your driver’s license or get a new one if moving from another state.
- Register your automobiles with the State in the county you will be residing in.
- Make an inventory of your household goods, begin to remove clutter by having a garage sale.
- Transfer your insurance policy or make arrangements for new auto insurance.
- Register to vote.
- Register your kids at their new schools or submit a change of address with their school.
- Make arrangements to have your, and your family’s, medical and dental files transferred to your new doctors.
- Arrange for veterinarian records to be transferred.
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