Carpet anemone? If so they can be pretty aggressive and may eat any fish that come to close. But as far as moving goes it's pretty easy actually, here's what I recommend
1. Have enough new sw
at your house to completely fill the tank and do a ~50% wc
should anything die off and cause a spike
2. Ditch whatever sand comes with the tank and start with fresh sand, it's pretty much the cheapest part of start up and can cause all sorts of issues if you use the old sand.
3. Bring enough buckets/tubs to keep the rock in water for the drive home. You may want to put the ones with corals in a cooler with a heater depending on how long the drive is (same for the nem but a separate cooler).
4. Monitor params closely for a few weeks after setup and have plenty of water on hand do wc
's should gtr need arise.
All that being said, and this is JMO, but if the money was similar I'd rather set up my own tank and choose what goes in than take some one else's
Edit: don't reuse any old tank water and be sure to acclimate the live stock to your new water before adding to the tank.