A family moved to a newly renovated house last week, but some are still concerned about its future.

Here are some tips to help you prepare your move.


Ask the new owners for the most up-to-date address The new owners will need to know the address of your new home.

It will be easier to get that information from the new owner if you give them a new address and address change notice.

If you don’t give them this notice, your new house may not be in the right condition for them.


Be flexible on moving costs If you’re moving from one address to another, be flexible on your moving costs.

You may be able to save up to 20 per cent by buying a separate home in your new address.


Be patient The new house has a lot of stuff that needs to be moved.

Some of it can be moved out, while some can’t be.

You should be patient.


Consider whether your move is going to be a hassle If you move, it’s not a good idea to rush the process.

You’ll need to wait at least 10 days for your house to be ready for you to move.

You might need to leave some things behind if you have an emergency.


Be ready to get on the road to home If you have children, ask them to stay with you and let you know when your new place is ready to be set up. 6.

Don’t get too excited A new house can take up to a month to complete.

The sooner you get to home, the sooner you’ll have the time to make your plans for a new life.

For more help moving to your new spot, visit the ABC Home Moving website.