Posts Tagged ‘office moving’

Partnering With the Colorado Association of Realtors

The Colorado Association of Realtors (CAR) is an integral part of our community. It is the largest professional network of realtors in the state, and it’s also a non-profit, voluntary, professional real estate association. What is CAR all about, and why has Exodus Moving and Storage partnered with this important association?

What CAR Does

The purpose of the Colorado Association of Realtors is to protect all aspects of real estate and to protect everyone that works in the Colorado real estate industry. CAR works with commercial brokers, residential brokers, home owners, property owners, land owners, and homeowners to ensure that all real estate professionals regardless of title are protected. Essentially, CAR’s mandate is to make sure that real estate professionals succeed when they become Realtors.

There are so many aspects of the real estate industry that it helps to have an association like CAR working on both the side of the Realtor with potential Realtor and with land and homeowners. CAR provides information for anyone involved in real estate including various conferences and meetings that aim to help people with becoming a Realtor or understanding various laws related to real estate.

Help With Becoming a Realtor

There’s a lot that goes into becoming a professional broker, whether commercial or residential, and having a guiding hand can certainly help. CAR offers licensing details, information about local associations, and plenty of conferences that are available for any aspiring realtor. The CAR also focuses on information geared towards home buyers and homeowners.

Buying a Home

Purchasing a home is one of the biggest investments and life changing events that a person can go through. There are a lot of details that go into buying the home including things like what to do after a contract has been signed, figuring out how much you can afford, weighing the pros and cons between renting and buying, and many other important details. CAR aims to provide all of this accurate information to potential homebuyers through the CAR website. Homeowners and buyers can also attend any information session hosted by CAR that pertains to homeownership.

You should have lots of questions about buying a new home. CAR tries to answer those questions on the association’s main website. You can also contact CAR for additional information about the fine details associated with buying or selling any kind of home or business. While the Internet provides some details, CAR focuses on Colorado real estate specifically, and that makes all the difference!

A Complete Picture

Finding information about any aspect of selling or buying a home can be hard to do, and that’s what CAR exists — to make these details understandable and accessible to all. This is also one of the reasons why Exodus Moving and Storage has partnered with CAR. Exodus works with local associations and businesses that make an impact on our community, and CAR certainly fits that bill. Exodus is proud to be a partner of CAR, and we look forward to many additional events and collaborations with CAR  in the future as well.

Moving to Your New Home

In addition to working with and supporting important figures and associations in our community, Exodus Moving and Storage operates a full-service moving company. We also offer storage solutions in both Fort Collins and Denver. If you need movers in Fort Collins for office moving or residential moving purposes, contact Exodus for a free estimate today. When it come to planning a move, CAR and Exodus can help!

How to Volunteer in a New Town

Volunteering is a great way to explore your new town, get submersed in a new culture, and make some new friends — not to mention the contribution you’ll be giving to society when you decide to help out! Volunteers come in all shapes, sizes, and ages, and you’re never too old or too young to help when it’s needed. If you’re wondering where to begin, and how to let people know that you are volunteering, here are some tips that could help.

Think about what you love to do, and what you would love to do more of. Do you like working with animals, kids, or elderly people? Do you enjoy working with sick people, and think that you may like to work in a hospital setting? Is there some kind of charity or other organization that you’d love to donate your time to? Start with these places by calling up the local chapters of charities or organizations in your new town, and asking how you can become a volunteer. Most places have some kind of volunteer program already set up, so stepping into this kind of role shouldn’t be too hard to do.

Consider how much time you have to give. Most places that work with volunteers have more than a bit of work for people to do, and you will have to decide how much time you can actually donate before you tell an organization that you’re available. This way, you don’t overbook your time, and you can still volunteer when you do have the time.

Try to match the volunteer opportunities available with the skills that you already have, or with the tasks that you want to do. Your local animal shelter may have room for a volunteer that can clean cages regularly, but is this really what you want to do? Chances are that you have a specific skillset, and letting an organization know what it is that you’re good at will help you find a position that you really love.

Don’t take on too much at once. If you’ve just moved to a new town, you probably already have a lot to do. Narrow down your vounteer time to one hour per week, and increase that time as you see fit. You don’t want to bite off too much at the start, or you won’t have anywhere to go!

Get to know the other volunteers. When you arrive on the volunteer scene, try and branch out by talking to the other volunteers, and seeing if you have anything in common with them. You may not make best friends right away, but having some acquaintances in a new town can certainly be helpful!

You may want to turn your volunteer position into a permanent position, you never know! If you find that you really love the work you do, think about asking for a paid position. If you do a good enough job, most organizations would love to have a dedicated employee that can demonstrate her abilities clearly.

Working With Movers in Fort Collins

The biggest thing that you’ll have to concentrate on before your move is actually getting to your new destination. Once you’re there, you can start volunteering and looking for other work and other social circles. This is why working with the right moving team is really important. As movers in Fort Collins CO, Exodus Moving and Storage has years of experience moving people from one part of the world to the next. No matter where you want to move to, Exodus can help you get there with full moving services that include packing and unpacking in addition to moving everything that you own (we can also help with office moving).

We also know that sometimes there’s not enough room in your new place for all of your old furniture, and this is why Exodus has storage rental spaces available in both Fort Collins and Denver. Just let us know if you have something to store, and we’ll be happy to share our rates with you. Let us help you move, so that you can focus on more positive things like volunteering!

Dropcam For Your New Home: Does It Work?

As soon as the Boulder movers drive away and leave you in your new home, you may start to wonder how safe your new neighborhood is. Or, whether or not you should invest in a home security system. A traditional security system can cost a lot in initial setup fees and monthly fees, but there’s another option that’s gotten a lot of attention lately: the Dropcam home security system.

What It Is

Dropcam is a small home security camera that you can place on any surface or attach to any wall (no wiring required). Dropcam monitors movement inside of your home, stores all images to the cloud, and then allows you to view those images from your tablet, laptop, or other mobile device remotely. In addition to its camera capabilities, Dropcam also includes a two-way speaker that lets you communicate with people (or pets) that are in your home, night vision to see what’s happening at night clearly, and “bank level” security and encryption.

Dropcam is one of the simplest ways to arm you home. If you don’t want to invest in a home security system that’s expensive and requires a tricky setup, Dropcam might be the choice you’re looking for.

Possible Drawbacks

The one drawback to Dropcam is that you will have to outfit your home with many of these devices if you want to see everything that’s happening in your home. Otherwise, you’ll have to point the device at one particular area. But, the Dropcam does come with a 130-degree field of view, so you can see a lot of what’s happening in any home. It’s also possible to zoom in on any image when using this camera.

Pricing

The actual camera is $199. If you want to add cloud recording to the device (and that’s probably a good idea), pricing is available on a yearly basis starting at $99 for 7-day cloud recording and moving to $299 for 30-day cloud recording (after that time has expired, the images will no longer be available in the cloud, and the time will reset). Cloud recording is optional, though, and you can just purchase the camera.

A Good Idea?

If you’ve just moved to a new town, you may start hiring people like babysitters and dog walkers. While it’s great to find necessary help in your new town, it’s hard to know whether or not you can trust those people right away (after all, it takes time to build relationships!). This is where a camera like Dropcam comes in handy. You can monitor everything that’s happening in your home, and you can see when people come in and out. If someone is doing something that you do not like, you can simply look for another person to complete that task. If you do opt for one of the cloud packages, you can record details of a person’s visit. Essentially, Dropcam gives you the peace of mind that you may require following moving into a new area.

Help With Moving

If you’re looking for a moving company in Denver to help you move to your new town, Exodus Moving and Storage is ready to help you with professional services and rates that are hard to pass up. We also have storage facilities in both Fort Collins and Denver, so you can store anything that you can’t move into your new home. We can also help you with any office moving that you may have to do as well.

Call us for a free estimate today, and we’ll come take a look at what you have to move. We offer competitive rates, the best movers in the business, and we come with references. If you need to move, consider setting up a camera in your home, and call us to make your move an easy one.

Valuing Feedback

After every move Exodus Moving & Storage completes, we will request your input about your moving experience with us. Continuous improvement is the hallmark of our success as a company and we are always anxious to get your feedback on how well we did our moving job.

Competitive and Accurate Estimates

The Cost of relocation is either based on weight or number of men and trucks needed as well as distance traveling. At no charge to you, one of our experienced and courteous Move Coordinators will review their move in great detail and provide you with an accurate move quote. Our Move Coordinator will also confirm requested pick-up and delivery dates.

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