3 Men Movers explains what you need to look out for when moving out of your parents’ house. Simple tips and tricks to make your first few adulting steps easier.
So you graduated you got a job now you’re ready to move out start adulating!
The first rule of adulting is budgeting. So before you figure out where you want to live you need to figure out how much of your monthly income is going to rent how much is gonna go to utilities. A good rule of thumb is to use twenty percent on rent and ten percent on utilities.
The best thing about having a roommate is that you have someone to split your rent your utilities and your food with which takes your cost of living way down. Plus, there’s always someone to hang out with.
Rent is due at the first of every month and if you forget to pay your rent your landlord can evict you, sue you and it can trash your credit.
The biggest expense when you’re moving out of your parents house for the first time having to buy furniture like a dining room table, chairs, couches, coffee table and your kitchenware.
One thing you also need to figure out is if you need to higher movers. If you have a lot of large bulky items it’s probably safer to hire professionals. If not, it can probably all fit in your car.
The first thing that you should do once you get into your new apartment is to take pictures of any pre-existing damage that way you make sure you get your security deposit back when you move out.
The best thing about moving out of your parents house is that you can do what you want when you want. You come home whenever you want, you can drink out of the milk carton and no ones there to tell you how to do laundry.