VANMATES has been moving people in and out of Sydney and the surrounding areas for more than four years. In that time, we’ve relocated many people under various situations you can think of, for residential and business customers. This gives us an in-depth understanding of what leads to a successful relocation and things to avoid when you plan a relocation in Sydney.
The benefits of preparation
When you decide to move to a new place, there’s a lot of challenges and tasks for you to juggle around. One of the key factors is time, and more importantly, how you spend it before your relocation day arrives. The truth about moving is simple; if you put effort into the planning stages, the pay-off is a successful relocation in Sydney.
Staying ahead by planning
One of the more daunting tasks most people hate packing. It tends to mean moving boxes and furniture in and out of the way. There’s a simple solution to make things easier, splitting the actual relocation in two days is the best idea if the apartment or house is more than 3 bedrooms or it has an extensive amount of bulky items.
We usually suggest our clients to get to know the place they’re going to live at as much as possible. Save up some money and visit for a week or two to get some first-hand experience. Search Google and find out more about places to eat out and other local amenities.
The average time a family spends on planning relocation in Sydney is four to eight weeks. It’s difficult to estimate if this will change as a result of the pandemic but you can use it as a guide figure when planning your next home relocation. The best way to stay on track is to create a moving questions checklist to serve as your master document.