Home Moving Buying, Selling & Renting

Buying, Selling & Renting

Part of moving is leaving one home behind and finding another, which can be exciting and challenging. Whether you’re trying to find ways to sell your current home faster through methods like home staging, would like to sublet the apartment you’re renting, are building a new home, or looking for the best tools to help you find a home in your new city, we’ve got you covered!

Part of moving is leaving one home behind and finding another, which can be exciting and challenging. Whether you’re trying to find ways to sell your current home faster through methods like home staging, would like to sublet the apartment you’re renting, are building a new home, or looking for the best tools to help you find a home in your new city, we’ve got you covered!

Need to stage your home for sale, but not sure where to start? We do, start here! Storage.com spoke with Karen Otto, owner and chief staging officer at Home Start Staging about exactly how to go about preparing a home for a showing. 
Being a good subletting host means all of your belongings are out of your tenant’s way. But where are you going to put it all in the mean time? We think you should put it in a storage unit. Here are four things you should know about investing in self storage while subletting!
One of the tricks to staging your home for sale is to keep everything minimal. The less items cluttering up your home, the better. Buyers are interested in homes that feel clean. Of course, you don’t want to just throw away your things in order to do so. Instead, use a self storage unit!
The timing of life can be unpredictable, such as when you have to move out of your rental property before your lease expires. You don’t want your money to go to waste, so what should you do? Sublet! Here is a complete how-to guide on subletting your apartment.
In a world full of tools and resources for moving, we’ve narrowed down your list of options. Check out the best websites and apps for the various steps of moving.
Hopefully, when you have to move out of your current home, your new lease has begun. But what if it hasn’t? What are you going to do with all of your belongings in the meantime? With many storage facilities offering month-to-month rentals, using a storage unit can be of great help. 
Have you sold your house before you can move into your new one? That’s tricky, especially when you have a truckload of stuff to find a spot for. With month-to-month leases, self storage makes this an easier process. To find out just how you’d go about planning storage when relocating, read on!
Many storage facilities offer a free moving truck rental when you move in. Some will even offer you a free truck rental period with a new storage unit rental. This comes in handy if you’re moving several items into your unit, such as during a renovation. Read here to find how you can score this kind of deal!
Once a tedious and stressful practice, searching for a new apartment has become less painful with the introduction of apartment hunting websites. There are a lot of different apartment search websites you can use, but we’ve compiled our top...