Another great article I came across the other day on how working with a Real Estate Concierge can make your move so much easier!!
As you approach your upcoming move, you have plenty of tasks to complete. Between arranging to purchase or rent your next home and sorting through your belongings, it’s easy for things to fall through the cracks.
When you have too much to do, you could make your move more stressful, less organized, and less efficient. For some homeowners and families, the solution to this overwhelming dilemma comes in the form of a home concierge.
A professional home concierge works with you to ensure you have the time (and energy) to focus on the most important aspects of your move without distractions. Whether you’ve never heard of a home concierge or you’ve put hiring one at the top of your to-do list, read on to learn more about how a concierge can benefit you.
1. A Concierge Has Access to Industry Resources
During a move, you work with a slew of professionals, from your real estate agent to the interior decorator responsible for your new home. Because home concierges plan and handle every aspect of a move, they have access to vetted professional resources.
These resources may include:
• Packing supplies distributors
• Real estate professionals
• Storage facility managers
• Trustworthy, specialized movers
Your concierge may contact these professionals on your behalf or provide you with comparisons of multiple industry resources.
2. A Concierge Saves You Time
Because a concierge takes care of research for you, you save hours you’d spend reading reviews and interviewing potential professionals.
A concierge can handle many of the logistical aspects of a move for you, including:
Expected expense lists
Itemized lists of your belongings
Your concierge can also help you create a timeline for your move and schedule important events.
3. A Concierge Helps You in Your Home
Because moves involve so many steps, it’s easy to miss things. Part of a home concierge’s job is to perform basic household tasks before, during, and after your move-in date. These tasks may include: