Are you part of the more than 15 percent of the population that will move in the United States this year? Did you know that if you are a college graduate you will move more often and farther than people who only have a high school diploma? If you are, check out these tips to make your move easier, less stressful, and possibly cheaper.
1. If you are lucky enough to not need long distance movers because your new house is fairly close to your old one, try renting a storage unit, or better yet pods if you have the space at your new home. Although the idea of moving your things twice may seem counterintuitive, the benefit of renting some kind of storage unit is that you will be able to move small items like boxes and small appliances bef
People need long distance movers every summer. It is a long way from Washington, D.C. to Montana or Indiana or wherever the farm kids who are going to school in the Beltway happen to be living. If you are one of these kids, there are a number of services that moving companies offer that could help you.
You might be thinking that moving companies are for other people. That is not necessarily the case. Sometimes, moving companies have services that are designed specifically for you, or at least for someone like you. Moving pods can be one of the best ways for people to get their belongings to a safe place and go home to rel