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When you’re new in town, one of the best ways to start to feel comfortable in your unfamiliar surroundings is to track down local businesses you’ll visit a lot. For instance, you’ll need to locate the nearest grocery stores right away. You also might need to find your local Target or Walmart, some nearby gas […]

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Did you know approximately 40 million Americans move each year? That’s a lot of cardboard boxes and packing peanuts! For most people, the very mention of the word “moving” is enough to prompt feelings of dread — the packing, the cleaning and, oh, the unpacking. Whether you’re moving to a new home across town or across the state, there […]

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If you live in an apartment but want to adopt a pet, size matters. Big dogs with loud barks can easily violate lease agreements, annoy neighbors and lead to an unhappy living situation for both you and your pup. That doesn’t mean you can’t have an animal companion, though. According to one survey, 75 percent […]

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Moving into a new rental home can be exciting and sometimes a bit bittersweet as you say goodbye to the place you’ve called home for a while. On top of these emotions, moving can often be a stressful experience. The idea of moving tends to conjure up visions of boxes upon boxes of belongings filling […]

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If you lived in a dorm in college, you may have had to write up and sign a roommate agreement. While a roommate agreement may seem a little extreme to some people, even just the idea behind them can be really helpful. Everyone is different and has unique expectations and ways of life. When you […]

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