Moving Guide Helps Homeowners Live Harmoniously, Says GuideToRealty.com

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Psychologists rank moving and relocating near the top of life's most stressful experiences. Moreover, the way homeowners arrange the furniture in their residences directly affects their moods and relationships. To assist homeowners, GuideToRealty.com has created a comprehensive Relocation and Moving Guide with planning tools to reduce the headache of making things fit harmoniously once they settle into their new home.

Moving is one of the most stressful events in a person's life, ranked by researchers as high as the death of a loved one or divorce

To help relocating homeowners feel comfortable right away in their new home, GuideToRealty.com now offers a comprehensive http://s.supiyl.com/cgi/r?;n=203;c=250510;s=5186;x=7936;f=200701251623160;u=j;z=TIMESTAMP; [Relocation and Moving Guide __title__ GuideToRealty.com Relocation and Moving Guide], complete with design tools to map out a harmonious arrangement of furniture before moving. Psychological research shows that the design and furniture arrangement in the home environment directly affects a person's mood, relationships and careers, reports GuideToRealty.com, the online consumer resource for real estate buyers and sellers.

According to design psychologist Constance Forrest, Psy.D., "The things we do consciously to arrange the places we live in can infuse us with a feeling of well-being." To that end, the GuideToRealty.com Relocation and Moving Guide, provides homeowners planning a move a range of online tools to assist in arranging furniture in scale models of the new home to ensure ease and comfort following a stressful relocation.

"Moving is one of the most stressful events in a person's life, ranked by researchers as high as the death of a loved one or divorce," said Joe Harrison, president of the American Moving and Storage Association.

Using the Relocation and Moving Guide, homeowners can also create furniture arrangement strategies using a schematic and photographs of their new dwelling to assist movers in placing things where they belong before the family takes residence. Other tools allow homeowners to create a movable scenario on a grid using a scanned schematic of their new residence.

Furniture placement strategies not only ensure ease of moving items from one dwelling to another with reduced stress, they also allow homeowners to evaluate their existing furniture to know ahead of time if something won't fit, needs to be left behind or replaced.

http://b.bueraa.com/cgi/r?;n=203;c=250511;s=5186;x=7936;f=200701251623170;u=j;z=TIMESTAMP; [GuideToLenders.com __title__ GuideToLenders.com: Homeowner Lending Resource] an online consumer resource for broker and lender information, suggests that homeowners consider their long-term space needs before buying a new residence. Creating a list of vital features and designs to take home shopping can help reduce stress and create a harmonious living space that suits every need.

The http://s.supiyl.com/cgi/r?;n=203;c=250510;s=5186;x=7936;f=200701251623160;u=j;z=TIMESTAMP; [GuideToRealty.com Relocation and Moving Guide __title__ GuideToRealty.com Relocation & Moving Guide]also helps homeowners scope the overall moving project ahead of time as well as give advice in evaluating moving companies--all in the service of reducing stress during relocation.

GuideToRealty.com is a rapidly growing online consumer resource for buyers and sellers of real estate. The site features details of real estate agents and local market and demographic information in more than 2,500 cities nationwide. The aim of GuideToRealty.com is to become the number one consumer resource for the real estate market.

Interested real estate agents should visit the "contact us" section of GuideToRealty.com to begin benefiting from the QuinStreet, Inc. network. QuinStreet is one of the largest providers of qualified online leads in the world. Clients in a variety of industry sectors consistently rate QuinStreet as the high quality/low cost leader in Internet marketing.

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