The Punch List

All the things that have to be done before we move:
*Contact the realty to see if we do have the place (cross your fingers-no phone call yet)
*Call movers to price moving the darn heavy armoires and the piano. If there's a minimum time involved, figure out what other pieces they'll move.
*Call TECo, Water, and Verizon to cancel service
*Find out who to call to start electric, water and DSL in Lakeland
*Enroll boys in the new schools. Find out what color polos are dress code(yes, we're going to have dress code now)
*Call State Farm and change from Homeowners to Renters Insurance. Change address with them.
*Get more boxes from work.
*Price Pods and similar type storage to see if it's a better deal than hiring movers.
*Get the Saturn on Craig's List.
*Find a storage facility in Lakeland to store the contents of the garage for a month or so, so that we can use the garage for staging to bring stuff in to the house neatly.
*Find a family practice doctor in Lakeland. Get records transferred from current doctor.
*Change address with the current doctors.
*Change address with bank and credit cards.
*Buy metal racks for garage for staging and storage.
*Empty the freezer of as much food as possible over the next two weeks.

There may be more added, but this is the starting list.

There's a list of things that I have to put off until after the move, I may post that one, lest I forget all that has to be done later!

Comments

Mike Golch said…
we had go though this when we moved into the the condo we bought 20 years ago. What I'm about to say is not meant to rub it in due to your trouble with the mortage industry.we were lucky we were in the right place at the right time when there was a special deal going on here in our town,called cleveland action to support housing.this was when the interest rates were in the double digits.We were offered a 4.99% 30yeay fixed rate that could not be changed by the lender.even it the mortage was sold.we now have 10 more years to go untill we own our condo.
Mike Golch said…
we had go though this when we moved into the the condo we bought 20 years ago. What I'm about to say is not meant to rub it in due to your trouble with the mortage industry.we were lucky we were in the right place at the right time when there was a special deal going on here in our town,called cleveland action to support housing.this was when the interest rates were in the double digits.We were offered a 4.99% 30yeay fixed rate that could not be changed by the lender.even it the mortage was sold.we now have 10 more years to go untill we own our condo.
Gypsydoodlebug said…
((hugs) Moving SUCKS.

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