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Moving Checklist for the First-Time Homebuyer

Wishing you had a moving checklist to help you on your way to homeownership? Well now you have it! Take a look at our moving checklist for the first-time homebuyer and make sure nothing gets left behind.
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June 2017   By Drew Knight

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First-Time Homebuyer Guide: Hiring Professional Help for Moving

You are ready to move into your very first, brand new home! There are many ways to go about moving, the biggest question being whether or not to hire professional help. For those who want to avoid the heavy lifting (literally), hiring movers will make your move easy. This guide offers tips for making sure you get the most for your money.
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July 2018   By B. Ford

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First-Time Homebuyer Guide: How to Move into First Home Without Professional Help

You are ready to move into your very first, brand new home! There are many ways to go about moving, the biggest question being whether or not to hire professional help. If you decide against hiring moving help, we’ll help you tackle the moving process solo with these tips.
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July 2018   By B. Ford

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5 Ways to Make Your New Build Feel Like Home

From landscaping your yard to interior decorating, NewHomeSource shares ways to give your brand new home a more personal, cozy touch.
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July 2018   By Rebecca Rosenberg

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After the Move: 10 Steps to Settle into Your New Home

Congratulations, you just moved into your dream home! NewHomeSource has a 10-step list to help you settle down in your home, so you can start enjoying your new life.
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April 2018   By Sanda Brown

Yoga room in a Charleston by Beazer Homes townhome at Hadley Township. Sugar Hill, Georgia. Image courtesy of Beazer Homes.

Budget-Friendly Ways First-Time Home Buyers Can Embrace Tranquility

Your home should be a retreat from the world. NewHomeSource shares ways first-time homebuyers can create a sense of tranquility in their homes without breaking the bank.
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June 2018   By Sarah Ristorcelli

Moving boxes in a common room.

Getting Settled: Must-Do's For The First Week In A New Home

First time homebuyers can capitalize on the energy of moving day to get settled in their new home. Check out this list of must-do's all new home buyers should consider during the first week in their new home.
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October 2018   By Sarah Ristorcelli

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5 Maintenance Skills All New Homeowners Should Know

Maintaining a home can be expensive, so it’s important to know what you can and can’t fix on your own. Here are a few necessary skills you should have upon moving into your new home.
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November 2018   By Shannon Wilson

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Creating a New Home Safety Plan

Keep your family’s safety at the forefront when you move into a new home. The American Red Cross and the National Fire Protection Agency have a few tips for creating a new home safety plan.
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June 2017   By Drew Knight

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Do Your Homework Right: How to Avoid the Most Common Mistakes Made by New Homeowners

Now that you’ve moved into your new home, you may try to utilize spaces in and out of the home that it may not have been built for. Here’s how to maintain your new home properly.
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July 2017   By Robyn A. Friedman