We are busy scheduling home moves for the fall, and let’s face it: moving can feel stressful and exhausting. Not only does it feel like there are a million things to do before the big day, but you also can’t predict things like weather and traffic. And, if you’re in Boston like us, “moving day” is often the same for hundreds of people across the city. (That means, hundreds of moving trucks blocking the roads!) Don’t sweat yet; as long as you plan ahead and get help when you need it, you’ll have a smooth move to your new home. To get you started, here are five moving tips. Continue reading
Category: Simplified Moves
Simplified Moves: Out Of State Assistance
While most of the work we do is in the Boston area, it’s not uncommon for us to travel for our clients. We understand how difficult it can be to find someone you trust to help manage your personal and business needs out of state, and that’s why we do everything we can to accommodate your requests, even if that means traveling out of Massachusetts. Continue reading
10 Things You Should Know Before Moving to Boston
There’s a good reason why Boston is called the Hub. It sits at the crossroads of America’s past and future. Here, you can stand on the battlegrounds that made the colonies a nation. But it’s also a gateway city, where people from all over the world come for its universities, hospitals, and leading tech industry.
Boston’s schools and job opportunities make it a perfect place to relocate. But if you’re considering a move to Boston, there are a few things you should know first. Here are our top 10 must-know tips for moving to Boston.
Tips for Moving During the COVID-19 Pandemic
While we all continue to make smart decisions on who to see and where to go to avoid unnecessary contact with people during the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are still in the position of tackling a move during this time. Moves are inherently stressful, and more so during this unprecedented time. Here are our tips below for ways you can minimize your stress.
5 Things To Do Before You List Your Home For Sale
While the team at Fini Concierge has lots of experience moving clients from home to another, something else we are experts at is getting your home ready to put on the market. It’s not just a matter of sticking a for sale sign in the front yard … unfortunately. Download our checklist of things to do before you list your home for sale. Continue reading
Rescheduling Your Move
Spring is prime moving season, but this year your moving plans may have drastically changed due to the COVID-19 crisis. While moves are still happening because this industry is considered an essential service, you may have decided that moving isn’t essential for you and your family at this time. Continue reading
Boston Corporate & Executive Relocation Services
If the company you work for is moving its entire office to a different city, chances are you’re going with them, too. You’ve probably also been set up with a professional relocation company who will make sure all of your belonging get from your old home to your new one.
But what about once you arrive in your new city at your new home? The help with your move shouldn’t stop once all of the furniture and boxes have been unloaded off of the moving truck. You do, after all, have a job to get back to Monday morning. Continue reading
Tips For Long Distance Moves
Guide To Moving In Boston from the Experts
Does the thought of moving make you anxious like no other big life activity does? Don’t worry. You’re not alone. Moving is one of life’s top stressors, but lucky for you the Fini Concierge team has moving in Boston down to a tee. Continue reading
Simplified Moves for Students Moving in Boston
September 1st may not mean much to people outside of Boston. To Boston residents and students, September 1st may cause flashes of overflowing dumpsters, double parked cars, inflated moving service rates, “Allston Christmas,” and other possibly stressful experiences. Students moving in Boston isn’t easy- and often people recommend to avoid the 1st all together. But that’s not possible for many people in the city- especially students.
While you’re trying to balance the start of a new semester, adding a move into the mix may mean you are forced to miss an important class, work, or opportunity. You also don’t need the added stress. We’ve got a solution for students moving in Boston. Continue reading