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« Reply #30 on: Jul 24, 2008 at 08:42 »

Whatever insurance company you choose, definitely bundle your vehicles, and whatever else.  Since you are going throgh the insurance process, and you have a home now, you should seriously consider some life insurance.  A lot of people get some nominal amount through work, but you should have a policy that is "portable".  JMHO, that I feel strongly about.

As far as the movers go, box up everything that that will fit into a box.  That will save time as the move will go quicker.

Onelas thing, be sure to use me as your DirecTV referral and don't forget to schedule your install for move in day.  
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« Reply #31 on: Aug 14, 2008 at 15:08 »

Just got back from signing/closing on the house.  Whew, that's a lot of info.

Movers arrive Saturday.  

I woke up last night realizing I hadn't checked to see if the washing maching hook-up had a waste line.

Scary shit.

Though the scariest shit is the likely reassessment of the property and the new tax bill.  
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« Reply #32 on: Aug 14, 2008 at 15:17 »

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Though the scariest shit is the likely reassessment of the property and the new tax bill.
No doubt.  I've never done this but plan to each year - get values and price per sq ft from the tax role for my area and make sure the county isn't raping me too badly.  One assumes they are.
 
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