DeHaven's Transfer & Storage Blog: Durham real estate

What To Look For In A New Home

When searching for a new home, it can be hard to know where to start. If you already know where you want to move to you will still have hundreds of options and if you are open to different locations, the number of possibilities can easily reach the thousands. The good news, however, is that there ar...

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Durham Fall Festivals 2013

Now that you are settling in after your move with Durham Movers, it’s time to get out and enjoy your new hometown. So take a break from unpacking your boxes and mark your calendar for these fantastic events happening in Durham this fall. Bull Durham Blues Festival  |  September 7-8, 2013 If yo...

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Why Order Your Credit Report?

If you plan on purchasing a home in the next 6 to 12 months, it is important that you check your own personal credit score. After you submit a home loan application, your lender will not only request income information, but they’ll check your credit report and closely examine your credit history. E...

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Well-Read Cities

Are you moving from Columbia, S.C. with a Durham mover? Then you probably packed a lot of books. Amazon looked at its customers and ranked them by city and Columbia was in the top 10. Amazon based its rankings on sales of books, magazines and newspapers in print and Kindle format on a per capita...

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Check Your Rental Agreement

If you are planning a move to the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area, there are many details to consider, from finding a suitable home to hiring a Durham Mover to packing your belongings. Whether you're a college student looking to rent your first apartment; or a downsizing homeowner re-entering the...

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More People Are on the Move

America is on the move again, and it's not just across town. It's across the country. A better economy and a stronger housing market are motivating more Americans to pick up and move. In January and February, 5.4 percent more households moved this year than last, based on data from the nine larges...

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