Moving house has been recognised as one of the most stressful events in a person’s life. And, due to frequent lifestyle changes during the ages of 18-30, young people are likely to suffer with the stress of moving house regularly. But wouldn’t it be easy if there was something to help you with the searching and moving process; from the questions to ask a potential landlord or letting agent, right through to the tasks of moving day?
With so much to think about during the moving process, from booking viewings with potential landlords to sorting those all-important utility bills; we understand that things need to run as smoothly as possible. That’s why we’ve created Move Me In; a useful web tool designed to help you every step of the way throughout your search and into the move.
Whether you’re searching for a property, renting a room in a house with other students or graduates or buying a new home, Move Me In gives you a customised set of tasks tailored to your search or move. You can add photos of the potential property, share tasks with housemates, add notes and create your own jobs to complete. It’ll even email you a reminder if you’ve got any outstanding tasks each week, so you can rest assured that you won’t forget anything important.
Start your journey to a hassle-free move now, visit: https://www.endsleigh.co.uk/life3/categories/student-housing-matters/
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