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Before you hire a mover

By Karen Scopetski, V.P. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Karen Scopetski, Vice President, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 508-380-0112 scopet@aol.com www.karenscopetski.com.

Karen Scopetski, Vice President, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 508-380-0112
scopet@aol.com
www.karenscopetski.com.

The real estate market is on the move and people are moving. Finding a mover that you can trust with your possessions can be a difficult task. Here is what you need to know when looking to hire a mover and have a worry-free move:

1. Make a list

Make a complete list of what you want moved. A complete inventory of what you will be moving will make it easier to assess estimates. Insist on a firm price from your mover based on your list. This will make it easier to check that everything has arrived at your destination.

2. Check your insurance

Check with your insurance company to make sure your policy covers your property while moving. Moving companies do not provide actual insurance. Many movers offer protection which usually only covers between 30 and 60 cents per pound for lost or damaged items.

3. Do your due diligence

Verify your mover's licenses, read online reviews, and be sure you know what each mover is offering in the quoted price.

Once you'se done your homework create a list of prospects. You may also want to read “Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move,” written by the U.S. Department of Transportation for more helpful hints.

As a Northborough resident, I's proud to serve the real estate needs in the communities of Northborough, Southborough, Shrewsbury, Westborough, and Grafton, specializing in seller representation, buyer representation and relocation.

Let me assist you with all your real estate needs.? I have a proven track record and know the real estate in your neighborhood. I am committed to serving the community with honesty, integrity and providing service that will exceed your expectations!

?Don's wait to purchase or sell your home, the market is hot!

If you'se thinking about buying or selling a home in Northborough and surrounding towns let my years of experience in the area and real estate experience work for you, call me today and “Expect The Best”!

 

Karen Scopetski,

Vice President

Coldwell Banker

Residential

318 Main Street

Northborough MA 01532

 

508-393-4442 Direct

508-380-0112 Cell

508-365-3732 Fax

??? Referrals are the cornerstone of my business. Your referrals are both welcome and most sincerely appreciated.

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