Moving in Charlotte? You need to donate some of your stuff.

Only once you start planning your relocation in Charlotte will you realize just how many things there are that you need to take care of. Sorting your possessions, finding people to help you, finding reliable movers to hire


packing, and many, many more. Therefore, you might be wondering”Why on earth should I bother donating when I already have all these things to take care of?”. Well, there is a good reason why. Donating before moving in Charlotte is one of the crucial steps that will make your relocation both cheaper and easier.

How to make moving in Charlotte easier

If you start tackling your relocation in Charlotte as a clueless rookie, you will never have enough time to even consider donating. Moving is a complicated project and going at it without any prior knowledge is just asking for trouble. Therefore, before you start dealing with moving in Charlotte, consider our tips on how to make your moving easier. That way you will have enough time to donate your possessions and make your relocation both cheaper and easier.

Moving in Charlotte doesn't have to be expensive nor difficult. But only if you know what you are doing

Sort your possessions

Before you do anything else regarding your move, sort your possessions. It doesn’t matter if you plan on hiring professional movers or doing a DIY relocation. Your move will be much easier to handle if you know what you actually want to move. If you sort your possessions and make an inventory list, you will have a much easier time planning your move. Especially if you hire movers. Your sorted items and inventory list will help your movers make a moving plan much more easily.

Talk with a charity before you start sorting. Not every item is accepted as a donation.

What you need to do is to make three groups. The things that you want to transport. The things that you want to donate. And, the things that you want to get rid of. Carefully, think about what you actually want to relocate. The fewer things you have, the less you will have to pay for their transport. Furthermore, this way, there is a much greater chance that you will overestimate how many things you will need than the other way around.

Packing

Once you have sorted and listed your items, you will need to pack them. Both for relocating and for donating. You can consider hiring professional services to pack you. But, you can also attempt to do it on your own. It is really not hard to find a solid online guide for packing and follow it. But, we must warn you that most moving accidents happen due to improper packing. Therefore, if you find a good online guide for packing, make sure to stick to it. Get quality packing supplies and don’t skimp on wrapping and padding materials.

Find good movers

The next thing to do is to find good movers. Look, unless you plan on doing everything by yourself, your movers are going to be the determining factor in your relocation. If you hire good, reliable ones, your relocation is going to be a dream. But, if you hire bad ones, your relocation is going to be a nightmare. Therefore, do what you can to find good movers. Start off by checking online to see which moving companies you have near you. Then, proceed to get moving estimates from all of those moving companies. Most moving companies are familiar with the donating procedure and can even give you some helpful tips on how to make the most out of it. Only once you’ve talked to and got estimates from at least three moving companies should you pick the one to hire.

Careful planning

You cannot even consider moving in Charlotte without careful planning. After all, that is one of the reasons why you need to hire professional movers. With their help, you need to figure out the proper moving date. Multiple factors will affect the cost of your relocation and you need to figure out how to make it as cost-effective as possible. Make sure to give yourself enough time to pack and to find a suitable place to donate your possessions. Furthermore, once you have made your moving plan, give yourself at least 20% more time. You will make moving mistakes. And, once you do, you need sufficient time to correct them.

Why you should consider donating

It is often underrated how beneficial donating is. Both for the donator and for the donee. The people that get donations have obvious benefits. Their lives will be that much easier due to help from fellow citizens. But, what people seldom understand is that donating is also beneficial for the donator. When you donate, you rid yourself of the things that you no longer need, things that were probably a vanity purchase, and now simply clutter your home. Donating is a great way to declutter your home and help yourself live in a healthier, cleaner environment.

By donating you will make others and yourself feel better and you will live in a less cluttered home.

Tax exemption

Another reason why donating before moving in Charlotte is a good idea are the tax exemptions. Once you donate, you can be eligible for tax exemptions. Depending on the type and the amount of the donation you can save yourself a pretty large sum of money. Just make sure to follow the necessary procedures. Talk with your local charity and ask them to describe in detail how to donate. You will probably have to donate only specific items and you will have to pack them properly before you do. But, once you donate, you will be eligible to get tax exemptions. Just remember to save your receipts for donation.

Authors bio

After working for many years in the moving industry, Stewart Drake has accumulated ample knowledge and experience. He now uses that knowledge to help other people deal with the stress and hassle that comes with every relocation. By writing for Moving Kings NC, he helps people all around the world deal with their relocation in a well-informed way


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