How to Prepare to Move into a New Home in Southern Pennsylvania

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Longer days and warmer temperatures might be giving you the urge to do some spring cleaning. Not only could this help you make your home feel clean and refreshed, but it will also help you prepare for moving if you are looking at homes currently for sale in Southern Pennsylvania. We at J.A. Myers have plenty of move-in ready homes in Southern Pennsylvania for purchase, so if you’re looking at how to prepare to move, this blog is for you. Read on to learn more!

Read more: How to Prepare to Move into a New Home in Southern Pennsylvania

Need to Sell your Existing Homes in order to Build a New Home

A very unique aspect of the J. A. Myers Homes proposition is that we can assist with both the sale of your existing home and the purchase and construction of your new home.  Essentially, we are a one-stop-shop. Even more importantly, we provide the opportunity to evaluate this full picture right up front, so you know the full financial impact.  Our sales professionals are local licensed Realtors.

How to Prepare for Selling Your Existing Home

If you are feeling overwhelmed by clutter and other belongings, it can be challenging to know where to begin. Here’s a handful of tips for decluttering and cleaning before moving.

–      Unused items: for different home items, we like following the rule of purging items that you have not used in the last year or so. If an item does not have a “home” and it doesn’t bring you usage or joy, it is time to say goodbye. If you make the choice to move into a new home for sale in Southern Pennsylvania, you will be a lot happier only bringing items with you that you actually use and love.

–      Older clothes and linens: sort through your drawers and closets to clean out clothing that might be worn out, stained, or no longer fits you. Look at items like sheets and towels, too. Throw away the ones that have seen better days and donate items that are gently used but no longer useful to you.

–      Expired household items: if it feels like you’re in need of more storage space, you might need to toss expired items. Look at the expiration dates on all personal care products, medications, and food in your fridge and pantry. This will also help you get a better idea of what type of storage you’ll need while looking at homes for sale in Southern Pennsylvania.

–      Older paperwork: receipts, mail, bills, and other kinds of paperwork will tend to pile up for a long time after they’re helpful to us. Go through piles of paperwork that you’ve got and file the important documents, then shred anything else for recycling.

Start New with Homes for Sale in Southern Pennsylvania

In preparation for building a new home, cleaning and purging your old home is an essential part of the process. Interior staging and exterior curb appeal are also considerations and J. A.  Myers Homes provides guidance along the way. While all of this is underway you have the opportunity to explore building new in multiple communities throughout York and Adams Counties in Pennsylvania, like in Hanover, Stewartstown, Gettysburg, or Dover, we at J.A. Myers are here for you!

For Any Home Building Needs, Contact J.A. Myers Today!

Contact J.A. Myers Homes and we can provide guidance on the benefits of owning versus renting as it applies to your individual situation. We are a beacon of innovation, commitment, and inspiration in the homebuilding industry. With move-in ready homes and a dedication to building your dream home in one of our communities or on your own land, we are prepared to help. We’re dedicated to serving customers in Hanover, Gettysburg, Stewartstown, Dover, York County, Adams County, and all of the Maryland counties that border the Pennsylvania line! Visit our website, reach us at 1.800.368.9990, or check us out on FacebookX (formerly Twitter), InstagramLinkedinPinterestYouTube, or Houzz

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