Tag: Moving Advice

Top Reasons Professional Movers are a Better Option than Your Friends

Unless you are the type of person who moves often, you have probably lived in the same home for a long time and you have probably accumulated a lot of stuff during this time. Once you start packing, the piles of boxes you have to move from Point A to Point B can be intimidating,… Read more »

Helpful Tips for When You Are Moving

Moving is like any other activity, the more you do it, the better you get. And since most individuals only move a few times in their life, it is difficult to figure out the best way to approach packing and moving your things from Point A to Point B. Here at Highland Worldwide, we have… Read more »

Buying a house during the holiday season?

The holidays are stressful; there’s no denying that.  In order to deal with the stress of gift giving and relative seeing, many families take the “time” off, focusing on day-to-day activities.  From Thanksgiving all the way into the New Year, people throw up their hands and declare, “Enough is enough!” Suffice to say, the real… Read more »

Staying positive through the B.C. provincial deficit

A budget deficit of $1.5 billion for the 2012-13 fiscal year?  Absolute insanity!  Needless to say, times are rough.  Economies worldwide are taking a hit and B.C. is no different. Andrew Duffy of Times Colonist writes, “Finance Minister Mike de Jong said the government is working to control government spending to mitigate the effects of… Read more »

Six Deadly Sins of Moving Day

Hannah Leung from relocation.com lays out the six steps you cannot skip or forget on moving day as explained by a 30-year veteran of the moving industry, Karen Tooley. Don’t Skip the Final Walk-through After your Stuff’s Loaded– Tooley recommends a final walk-through of your old home before the movers leave because it can be… Read more »