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3 Tips for Packing Clothing

by Jon & Suzan Busch ®Realtor/e-Pro/Certified Marco Island Specialist 12/02/2018

Ready to pack your clothing for moving day? Ultimately, packing apparel and accessories can be a hassle, particularly for those who have only a limited amount of time to prepare for a move. Lucky for you, we're here to help streamline the process of getting your clothing ready for moving day.

Now, let's take a look at three tips for packing clothing before moving day arrives.

1. Sort Through Your Clothing

Take a look inside your closet and sort through your apparel and accessories – you'll be glad you did. If you organize your clothing today, you may be able to save time down the line.

Determine which clothing you plan to keep and which no longer suits your style. Then, you can eliminate assorted apparel and accessories from your wardrobe.

With excess clothes that are in good condition, you may be able to sell or donate these items. Before you do so, however, you should make sure that all of your clothing is clean.

If you find clothes that are ripped or torn, there is no need to bring them to your new address. Instead, dispose of any damaged clothes, and you can avoid the hassle of transporting these items from Point A to Point B.

2. Group Your Clothing

Group your clothing, and you can organize your apparel and accessories and speed up the process of unpacking your clothing once you reach your new address.

There are many ways that you can group apparel and accessories. Some people choose to group clothing by season. Or, you may want to group your clothing by material or purpose.

Regardless of how you group your clothes, you'll want to label moving boxes that contain clothing accordingly. This will ensure that you can instantly locate your clothing after your move and start unpacking your apparel and accessories right away.

3. Consider What You'll Wear on Moving Day

Although you'll want to pack as much as possible prior to moving day, you should put aside clothing that you intend to wear on moving day.

It often pays to pack clothing as close to moving day as you can. That way, you can keep a close eye on the weather forecast and ensure you can put aside appropriate apparel and accessories for moving day.

Furthermore, if you're moving in summertime, you may want to set aside a pair of sunglasses and hat for maximum sun protection. On the other hand, you may want to keep a pair of winter gloves and other seasonal accessories on hand if you're preparing for a winter move.

If you need extra help getting ready for moving day, you may want to consult with a real estate agent. This housing market professional can offer honest, unbiased recommendations to help you prepare your clothing and other belongings for your upcoming move.

Use the aforementioned moving tips, and you should have no trouble packing all of your clothing prior to moving day.

About the Author

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Jon & Suzan Busch ®Realtor/e-Pro/Certified Marco Island Specialist
Born in Chicago, IL and lived in the Northwest Suburbs. Moved to Tempe, AZ to attend college at Arizona State University. Graduated with Cum Laude Honors93'. My 9-year previous career was mostly in Law Enforcement with the Attorney General's Office, Phoenix Police Dept., and The Maricopa County adult probation Department. Over 19 years ago, I moved to Marco Island to enjoy a lifestyle and pursue a career as a Realtor®. I started my real estate profession by working as an assistant to a Top Producer for over one year to gain valuable experience. During the past 19 years, selling real estate has become my passion. I have since become a Top Producer myself for the past 18years and ranked #25 in total sales for the State of Florida within the Berkshire Hathaway Florida Realty network 2015. I am committed to old-fashioned customer service, integrity, and professionalism. Awarded"Five-Star Customer Service Real Estate Agent" by Gulfshore LifeMagazine 14 years in a row. Numerous references are available upon request of my satisfied past and current clients. In June of 2016, Suzan retired from a 25 year career in women’s retail and joined her husband Jon Busch in his Real Estate business. Suzan was a District Sales Manager for White House-Black Market traveling to stores in Florida, the Caribbean, and at times all over the Southeastern United States. Her work life was all about being in the field traveling and managing up to 72 stores. She worked with her Store Teams to maintain the corporate vision and customer service level they are known for. As a native of Collier County, it was a dream job for someone growing up in such a small town (Naples) area! After 25 years it was time for something new and what better way to transition from selling women’s clothing and customer service than to go straight into selling Real Estate. It has been an amazing transition. Interacting with our customers is the best part! She has gotten her Marco Island Specialist Certification and loves to do Open Houses. She is great at meeting new people, getting to know them and helping them find their Marco Island dream home and life style! *Awarded #25 Realtor in the BHHS Florida Realty network in total sales for 2007 and 2015! •Certified Fine Homes Specialist, Property Disclosure, Fair Housing, real estate and Anti-trust. •Winner of Leading Edge Award for 2003, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016,and 2017. Honor Society Award for 2001,2002, and 2010. Winner of Chairman Circle Gold Award (top 2% of Realtors) for 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, and2015. •Realtor Board member of the Professional Standards Committee, since 2002. •Bachelor of Science Degree in Justice Studies, Minor in Pre-Medicine, Cum Laude Honors at Arizona State University, 1993. •Ed Klopfer Real Estate School Graduate 1999. •Advisory Board Member for Marco Island Prudential Florida Realty Office 2001,2004, 2005. •President Circle Award for top 2% in Sales within Berkshire Hathaway Realty Florida network 2016. •Sales Leader for 1st Quarter of 2018, in the Marco Island Branch Office. Certifications and Recognitions •REALTOR® licensed salesperson •Member of the Marco Island Board of Realtors •Associate member of the Naples Board of Realtors •Member of FAR (Florida Association of Realtors) •Member of NAR (National Association of Realtors) •e-Pro Certified • Marco Island Specialist certification MIAAR on May 30, 2014