Saying goodbye to your old home? People move houses for a variety of reasons, and the range of feelings that go with it can vary quite drastically too. From conversations we had with home movers over the years, we’ve listed below some of the common types of movers, see which category you fit into:
A fond farewell
You are nostalgic and will emotionally miss your home. You have spent many years living in this property and have seen your children grow up and leave the nest. There are a lot of fun memories and traces to be found on corners, walls, or built-in wardrobe doors such as children’s height measured on their birthdays.
Can’t wait to get out of here
You always have problems with your old home and feel so happy you finally found a better place to stay for the rest of your life. You may also came from temporarily living with your in-laws due to some work that needs to be done in your new home.
Here today, gone tomorrow
You just vanished off the map and didn’t tell your neighbours due to some reasons. It can be because of a long-term conflict or you just need privacy. You may also want to retire somewhere you have always wanted to be and you don’t need to inform everyone, just your family and close friends.
It never really felt like home
You are the home mover who lives temporarily from one place to another. Sometimes, you just want to break free from something or you really don’t plan to stay long in one location. You rent homes because of work, business, or travel goals.
It was getting like sardines in a tin
You are expecting a new addition to the family so you definitely need to move to a bigger space. You are happy because you are finally having a child and excited to decorate the nursery room. You also imagine yourself spending more time in the kitchen prepping meals and snacks for three.
Saying goodbye to your old home
So, which one are you? Are you the nostalgic home mover, or you are the excited couple? Saying goodbye to your old home and moving to a new place in London can be a lot of work at the same time, exciting.
If you have a different story that you would like to add to these categories, please don’t hesitate to drop us an email.
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