Trophy Club provides small-town ambiance while fostering community involvement and an active lifestyle. A network of close-knit, lovely neighborhoods intertwine to form our beautiful community, a township where people care about each other and come together when a fellow neighbor needs help. Trophy Club has one of the lowest crime rates in DFW and provides superior emergency management services. The award-winning Northwest Independent School District governs several exemplary schools in town, including two elementary schools, a middle school and the acclaimed Byron Nelson High School.
If you are relocating to Trophy Club, our award-winning relocation department can assist you in your move to Trophy Club.
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6 to 8 weeks prior: - Purchase or rent moving supplies: tape, markers, scissors, pocketknife,newspaper, blankets, moving pads, plastic storage bins, rope and a hand truck. Free boxes can usually be obtained at a local supermarket, but consider purchasing wardrobe boxes for clothes. - Have a garage sale to clear out unwanted items and plan accordingly. - Consider donating unwanted items. - Keep a detailed record of all moving expenses. Your costs (and donations) may be tax deductible depending on the reasons for your move. 2 weeks prior: - Hire a reputable mover or rent a moving truck. Be sure to get referrals or references, check with the Better Business Bureau, get estimates and purchase moving insurance. - Two weeks before moving day, contact your telephone, electric, gas, cable/satellite, refuse and water companies to set a specific date when service will be discontinued. Contact utilities companies in your new town about service start dates, including Internet and telephone services. - Notify healthcare professionals (doctors, dentists, veterinarians) of your move and ask for referrals and record transfers. - Register children for school and ask for school records to be transferred. - Notify lawn service, cleaning and security companies when service should be terminated. - Advise the post office, publications and correspondents of change of address and date of move. - Check your homeowners’ insurance and make arrangements for new coverage. Moving day: - Have tools handy for breaking down beds and appliances. - Give every room a final once over. Don't forget to check the basement, yards, attic, garage and closets. - Have the final payment for the movers and money for a tip. - Don't forget to check in with your local CENTURY 21® Agent – he or she may be able to provide useful local advice and/or referrals. - Visit www.DFWmarketplace.com for local service providers from plumbing and electrical to foundation and carpet cleaning. Download Moving Checklist
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