The mammasaver household is still in the throws of showing potential buyers around our flat. With it only being a small flat, it doesn’t take that long.
In fact, a disproportionate amount of fussing seems to be going on when a potential buyer calls around.
No offers have yet been made, and in all honesty, it’s a blessed relief. If we did, we’d have to do things. Hire solicitors, removal firms and of course, find somewhere to live. (Duh).
One rather left-field way of finding a competitive price for home removals is by using uShip’s courier services online.
Type in your details (carefully), and you will receive a number of bids from local firms, willing to offer you a competitive price for your house move.
The key is to add as much detail as you can, to get back the most bids from potential firms.
Adding photos of the furniture and such like that need increases the number of firms offering a competitive bid also.
It seems efficient and a rather cunning way to get local firms to compete for your business.
Frankly, an alternative to a whole load of ringing-round sounds rather appealing, when chasing after a toddler and attempting to keep on top of everything.
As for the viewers to our flat? Keep 'em coming. I can take it.