Looking for some helpful advice and handy tips when it comes to moving in the Vail Valley Area? I am thrilled to share my moving checklist with you to help this process go smoothly for you and your family. Moving can cause lots of stress, especially if you have children to pack for or are downsizing and need to purge some items. The solution to the chaos is having a checklist to make you feel organized. However, having a knowledgeable real estate agent that can help you cover all the bases is the ultimate must-have! From guidance on where you should start your packing process, to the last minute things you don’t want to forget to do, you can find everything you need in this checklist. Organization is key in meeting deadlines when it comes to selling your home and moving. This is why I have added a new Moving Checklist to my Seller’s Guide. It has everything you need to make you feel prepared and make this process go smoothly.

Seller’s Guide & Moving Checklist

What Can I Expect From Vail Valley Seller’s Guide & Moving Checklist

This Seller’s Guide is full of useful information that will take you from the beginning of preparing to put your home on the market, all the way through closing. The Moving Checklist is a detailed list with a timeline so you can get ready to actually move out of your home. The most important thing to have a Realtor who is informed and educated in this process though. Feel free to reach out to me at any time to discuss selling your home and moving to a new place.

Here’s a sneak peek at what the Moving Checklist looks like:

Vail Valley Moving Check List

3 Months Before:

  • Budget for moving expenses. This includes the cost of packing supplies as well as transportation and labor costs for any movers.
  • Now is also a good time to research moving companies and get quotes. 
  • Request time off at work if necessary
  • Declutter and get rid of things that you won’t want to move with you. Hold a garage sale, sell items on Facebook Marketplace or donate them.

10 Weeks Before:

  • If you have children, notify their school. They may not have to change school districts but it’s better to know ahead of time.
  • I recommend having an inspection done by this time. You want there to be enough time for renovations or repairs if any major issues are found.

2 Months Before: 

  • Begin measuring everything in your home to make things easier for your movers. This way they can be sure to bring a truck large enough for all your belongings.
  • Make a list of everyone who will be needing your new information after the move and prepare to tell them.
  • Depending on how far you are moving you may need to…

Check out the full Seller’s Guide & Moving Checklist here:

How Can I Help?

I hope this Vail Valley Area Moving Checklist can help you feel more prepared when it comes to the sale of your home. Knowing what steps to take next and what you can expect to happen can be very reassuring. But even with this list, real estate transactions can be complicated and confusing. Having a trusted real estate agent by your side to advise and guide you is by far the most valuable thing you can carry with you in this process!

If you’re interested in talking to me about selling your home in the Vail Valley Market that I specialize in, I would be happy to help make sure the process is as smooth as possible. If you would like to start a conversation, please reach out using my contact info below.

Robert Schilling
Coldwell Banker Global Luxury Specialist
Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties
(970) 390-0705