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3 Obstacles to Avoid When Moving to a New Alaskan Home

Moving to a new home in Alaska can be a stressful process, no matter what time of year it is.

In fact, failing to do enough research before your move can cause even more problems that will dampen your excitement about your fresh, new start.

As your local real estate experts in Fairbanks, Anchorage, Eagle River, Palmer, Wasilla, North Pole, and the surrounding communitiesMadden Real Estate is sharing three common moving hassles that can throw a wrench into new homeowner plans for an easy transition.

Each of these can be avoided with enough planning and research, so you will want to begin long before Moving Day!

1. Not Researching the Moving Company
When you're choosing a moving company to help shuffle your belongings from home to home, it is important to do the background work. Gather recommendations from...

5 Things to Remove from Your Alaskan Home Before Selling

Did you know selling your Alaskan home in the fall and winter can be just as lucrative as selling during the spring and summer? It's true! However, that is if your property is well prepared for the market!

There are many ways to improve your home in Fairbanks, Anchorage, Eagle River, Palmer, Wasilla, and North Pole before listing it for sale, including removing the following five items that have been known to turn buyers away!

Bugs
Even if you have a few ladybugs taking up residence in your home's windowsills, it's best to remove them before buyers arrive. This is one of the easiest turn-offs for Alaskan buyers as it can give the impression that your home is not clean or well cared for.

Decor Collections
No matter if it's stamps or...