Moving Checklist

There’s a reason why so many buyers are flocking to the Triangle—it’s the perfect place to live, work, and play! Linda Craft & Team would like to welcome you to your new hometown, and most importantly, make your move to the Triangle as stress-free as possible. We get it—everyone experiences that recurring thought of feeling like they're forgetting something whenever they're packing up and moving. That's why we crafted our all-inclusive moving checklist to give you newfound confidence in the midst of your move!   

Check These Boxes

Change of Address Cards

There may be a longer list of people you need to notify of your address change than you originally think. We recommend telling your loved ones, credit card companies, government agencies, service providers, and all subscriptions—so basically anyone you would typically receive mail from. 

Disconnect Utilities

Before you move, you'll want to disconnect your utilities—which could include water, electric, gas, telephone, and cable TV—and let your providers know where the final bills should be sent. Also, be sure to submit a request for any refundable deposits you made upon opening the account.  

Cancel Deliveries

Depending on how many subscriptions you have coming to your door, you could have quite a few phone calls to make! Consider all your active deliveries, which could include groceries, newspapers, and the post office. And if you've had the same mail carrier for a while, it's always nice to thank them with a goodbye gift!

Notify Insurance Companies

Since insurance policies often vary according to where you live, and your company probably sends you mail, it's always important to notify insurance companies of your move. Plus, if you're moving out of state, you'll want to discuss your current policy with an agent to ensure its still accurate and provides coverage.  

Obtain Records

During your move, you'll want to have all your important records on-hand. These documents include birth records for all family members, school records for children, and any legal records. If you're moving across state boundaries, we recommend meeting with your attorney to determine if your will must be rewritten. You also need to obtain all medical records, in addition to changing the location of any prescription refills. 

Our Moving Resources

Relocation Guide 

Our in-depth relocation guide will fill you in on everything from the top Triangle area communities to what it's like to live near the Research Triangle Park. 

Area Guides 

Linda Craft & Team is proud to serve the best communities in the Triangle. Take a look at our local area guides to find your new niche. 

Customized Listings

Want to get a better idea of what it's like to live in the Triangle? Simply provide us with a few details about your home search, and we'll send over the latest listings that suit your needs.

Relocate with the Triangle's Top Agents

If you're thinking about relocating to the Triangle, Linda Craft & Team are here to help. With hundreds of years of combined experience, we have what it takes to ensure your relocation goes off without a hitch—and we'd be happy to offer recommendations throughout your transition! Give us a call at 919-233-6313 to get started today!

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Simplify Your Move with Linda Craft & Team

Whether you've already found a new home or are still searching for the perfect property, Linda Craft & Team are here to streamline your moving process. Contact our team to learn more about how we can assist with every step of your move—and in the meantime, make sure to take advantage of our relocation resources.

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