A job offer landed in your inbox last week, the kind of once-in-a-lifetime, bank-account-boosting offer you’ve always wanted. There’s only one hiccup. Accepting the job of your dreams would require you to complete a challenging, long-distance relocation in a very short period of time. The clock is ticking. You have… Continue reading.
You might think that Americans today move more frequently than they did in the past. However, according to the US Census Bureau, only 11.2% of Americans moved in 2016. This percentage is considered an all-time low. Why did 11.2% of the population choose to move in 2016? Where did they… Continue reading.
Wintertime moves come with a host of unique challenges. Along with all the tasks and stresses of relocating your family, you must also deal with unpredictable and potentially hazardous weather. Our previous blog Moving in Bad Weather: How to Stay Safe in the Rain and Snow provided guidelines to help you… Continue reading.
Most people assume local moves are much easier than long-distance moves. After all, you arrive at your new home much faster, making the moving experience less of a hassle. If you forget something, you could even return to your old home to collect it. However, local moves do pose a… Continue reading.
When you’re dealing with the stress and upheaval of a move, the last thing you want to deal with is a moving scam. When you hire movers, you want to be able to trust that they will be honest with you and get your belongings to your new home safely…. Continue reading.
As you prepare for a move, you focus on packing, setting up your new home, and transporting your belongings. But a move isn’t over once you arrive at your new home and wave goodbye to the moving team. Unpacking can seem intimidating and tedious, especially if you’re already tired from… Continue reading.
Your moving day is approaching, and you’re not sure what cost you should expect. Getting a moving estimate can help you know how much money to save for your upcoming move. But moving estimates can be confusing and complicated if you’re not prepared. Here is everything you need to know… Continue reading.
When your family gets ready to move, your kids can experience many feelings that range from excitement to fear to anxiety. Some children find it difficult to verbally express their worries about an upcoming move, even when they know their parents are supportive and caring. If you want to help… Continue reading.
When you accept an exciting job in a new state or purchase your dream home across the city, you likely have a lot of emotions to work through. You feel excited about this new milestone you’ve reached. You feel a little nervous and scared at the change that you’ll soon… Continue reading.
You’re moving! You’re looking forward to a new neighborhood, the change in pace, and different acquaintances. Most of all, you’re excited for the adventure that moving presents. You’re just about ready to move, and you’ve got the details all worked out. But the forecast for move-in day isn’t looking so… Continue reading.