Planning Your Move Early

Planning Your Move Early

Believe it or not, there is a general period of time where more people move. This time is found from Memorial Day to Labor Day. This combined with the energy and time consuming factors associated with moving it is important to make a plan and know what to expect moving forward with your move. Planning ahead will help you compare quotes and book early allowing you t a chance to buy those competitive premium listings.

Destination and living situation

Your destination and living situation plays a big part in how to plan your move. For smaller moves across town, consider renting a truck for a day or two. Compare prices from one company to the next to find the best deal. Longer moves, especially for families, involve more logistics and, as such, can be more complicated. In those cases, consider hiring a team of professional movers to assist you in the packing and unpacking process. When moving anywhere, close or far away, always look into all of your options when dealing with the logistics of your move.

Storage Units

Portable storage units have been increasing in popularity in recent years, In desperate times they can be a time and money saver. The container will be dropped off st your old residence, you pack it with your stuff and the company will pick it up and either store it or take it to your next location.

It is important to consider that while a container can be very useful, it can still be not at cost effective as you predicted.


Whether you decide to rent a truck or do everything yourself, exploring the different options for moving your things log ways before your move will help stay organized and have an advantage as a buyer in the marketplace.

Don’t hesitate to contact us with any and all real estate questions. We can be found on the web at www.themoellerteam.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/moellerteam

Todd Moeller

Seven Gables Real Estate

Todd@themoellerteam.com

714-404-9540

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