Lynne Nash
Cell: (602) 885-5143  |  Fax: (602) 513-7310
Representing buyers and sellers of fine properties since 1984, Lynne is a specialist in the upscale neighborhoods of Pinnacle Peak, Scottsdale, Carefree, Cave Creek & Paradise Valley. With  more than 32 years of experience, Lynne has been a part of the phenomenal growth of the North Scottsdale & Pinnacle Peak areas. She has established a combination of Valley-wide and intimate local area knowledge with a finely tuned appreciation of neighborhood nuances that guarantees you will be represented with the utmost in service and market expertise.
Experience Matters...Artfully Uniting Extraordinary Properties with Extraordinary Lives for Over 32 Years
Moving Tips

MOVING TIPS TO MAKE YOUR MOVE EASIER

  • Use boxes that are in good condition and secure them  tightly with
    strapping tape on the bottom and the top.

 

  • Don’t load more than 50 pounds into any one container and try to
    distribute the weight evenly.

 

  • Cushion contents with newspaper or some other packing material to
    prevent items from breaking.  Towels and sheets are great for wrapping
    fragile items.  Cloth napkins and paper plates are good separators for
    dishes.
     
  • Label each box with its contents, which room it will go in and whether it is
    fragile.

 

  • Pack heavier items such as books into smaller boxes in order to keep
    their weight down.

 

  • Have your rugs and comforters cleaned before you move.  Leave them in
    the cleaners plastic for protection.

 

  • Seal liquids to prevent leakage and pack them into sturdy plastic
    containers.  Seal medicines and smaller liquid items in ziploc type bags to
    prevent messes if they leak.

 

  • If you are moving across town, think about keeping clothes on their
    hangers and simply move them in your car.  Also, moving company
    wardrobe boxes allow you to hang your clothes and keep them from
    wrinkling.

 

  • Keep all important documents and valuable with you.  Don’t pack anything
    that you cannot easily replace.

 

  • If you have to stay somewhere temporarily and have to store your
    furniture or other large items, consider using a mobile mini storage unit.
    That way you only have to load and unload your things one time.

 

 

 

CHANGE OF ADDRESS CHECKLIST

 

Here is a list of some of the people and companies you should contact informing
them of your move.  Letting everyone know your new address and phone number
in advance will make your move much easier.


 

Publications:

             Newspapers

             Magazine Subscriptions

              Organizations

           

 

Government:

              Post Office

              Motor Vehicle Department

              Library

             VA

              Voter Registration

 

 

Insurance:

              Life

              Auto

             Rental Homes

             Health

             Disability

           

 

Utilities:

             Telephone

             Gas

             Electric

             Water

             Cable

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Professional Services:

             Doctor

             Dentist

             Accountant

             Lawyer

             Stock Broker

 

 

Family Services:

             Schools

             Daycare

             Baby Sitter

           

 

Business Accounts:

             Bank

             Dry Cleaner

             Auto Loan Company

             Credit Cards        

             Other Loans

 

 

Personal:

             Relatives

             Friends

             Clubs & Organizations

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