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Students Moving Guide

Moving to a new place can be expensive, especially for students. Students also move when they need to transfer to a new dormitory or apartment. They also find a place of their own when they decide to move out of their parents' house. Whatever the case may be, moving to a new place can be expensive for students who do not have a regular source of income. Fortunately, there are a number of ways that you can do to save money on your move. Check out the following tips and information in the next few paragraphs.

Ask your friends' help
If you are a college student, you probably have a lot of friends who are willing to help you move for free. You can ask your old roommates, classmates, fraternity brothers, sorority sisters, and other people you know who have a van or large vehicle where you can put all your things. This way, you do not need to hire a professional mover who will charge you a fee for their services. Another option is to hire helpers to help with manual labor.

Use existing packing supplies
Instead of spending money buying boxes, ropes, bubble wraps, and other supplies that you need to pack your things, you should consider using what you've already got on hand. For example, you can use old boxes or ask friends if they have boxes where you can put books, clothes, and other knick knacks. You can also use whatever string or rope you can find to tie the boxes. School bags and suitcases are also great storage when moving. Instead of bubble wraps, you can use old newspapers or clothes to protect fragile things like plates and glasses.

Buy secondhand furniture
If this is your first time to move out of your parents' house or if you just want to replace your damaged furniture, you should consider buying secondhand from thrift stores and yard sales. You can buy furniture pieces and even appliances that are still in good condition from these sources if you know how to look. If the furniture requires repair, make sure that the repair is not too expensive that you would be better off buying a new one.

Sell the things that you no longer need or want
Instead of bringing all your junk to your new place, why not sell them and earn extra cash? You can sell old clothes, books, furniture, and other knick knacks by organizing a yard sale or by posting them online. You can earn money that can help you on your move and at the same time dispose of things that you no longer need or want. For those things that you were not able to sell, you can always donate them to your local charity.

Plan your move carefully
Careful planning also contributes to your expenses. For example, if you were able to pack all the things that you need before the big day, you can move all of them at once, which can save you time, effort, and gas. You can also plan your move when your friends are available so that they can help you carry your stuff and drive you over to your new place.

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