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Who Should You Notify When Moving To Another Bend Oregon Home?

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By The Deb Tebbs Group

BEND, Ore. – There’s no denying that buying a Bend Oregon Home is going to be a major life changing the experience for you but who should you notify before moving into your new home? In this article, we will provide you with a checklist of people and businesses you need to contact before making your move just so you can make a smooth transition from one home to the other.

Who To Notify Before Your Move

  • Your Employer
  • The Post Office
  • Current Landlord
  • IRS
  • Creditors and Credit Car Companies
  • Insurance Providers
  • Bank
  • Credit Union
  • Veterinarian
  • DMV
  • Utilities
  • Phone company or cell phone provider
  • Internet service provider
  • Schools
  • Other creditors

About Your Move

Although you should notify most of the companies or organizations on this list with a phone call, when it comes to family and friends you should consider sending out one email to your personal contacts just so your contacts send you holiday cards, birthday cards, and other mail to your Bend Oregon Home after you move.

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To get started with searching for Bend Oregon homes contact the Deb Tebbs Group today by calling us at (541) 323-4823 or CLICK HERE to connect with us online.

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