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Moving is incredibly stressful and can cause tension within the neighborhood. We, as Denver mover experts, have collected 25 tips to help you be a great neighbor and retain your relationships during the moving process.

    1. Invite your neighbors to your open house. They will help spread the word to potential buyers.
    2. New owners will appreciate a clean house when you turn over the keys.

Moving comes with a lot of preparation. From packing to organizing the movers, to coordinating with the real estate agent, and so much more. One of the hardest and often overlooked parts of the moving process is breaking the news to children. Typically, kids do not relish change. Even if the move is not far away and may not constitute any life changes, such as moving schools or making new friends, the move can still be upsetting to a child. Try these tips to make moving for kids a breeze.

Moving is a great opportunity to clean out your unwanted items and make a buck on the side. However, pricing garage sale items can be a tricky business.

The ultimate goal of a yard sale is to get rid of unwanted items, not necessarily to turn a high profit. Garage sale shoppers tend to be looking for a bargain, so pricier items don't sell. It is best to leave higher priced items to eBay or Craigslist. For everything else, here's a guide to garage sale pricing.

When you are moving from your home, you can use all the moving tips you can get. Make moving a little easier and peruse tips 51 through 100.  (You can see our first 50 tips here.)

51. Lift with your legs. Moving with back pain makes for a very long day.

52. Easy fix for furniture indentations on carpet: Place ice cube on divots, let them melt, and then use a spoon to lift the fibers up.

53. Be sure to drain oil, gas, and even grass from your lawn equipment to avoid a major disaster when moving

How Introverts Can Take the Pain Out of Meet and Greets

Introverts, (or anyone for that matter) can find the experience of meeting new people and having to make conversation as pleasant as chewing tinfoil. It can be especially challenging to introverts to move to a new city because they don't have the comfort of the familiar friends and faces they depend on. If you're an introvert, moving and meeting new people doesn't have to be draining and uncomfortable. There are strategies you can use to make the road a little easier.

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