Are you getting stressed out just thinking about your upcoming move? Did your last move turn out to be a disaster and you want to avoid making the same mistakes this time? The average American will move more than 10 times throughout their life, or approximately once every 5-8 years. With each move often being done for financial reasons, it only makes sense to be as efficient with your moving process as possible.
No matter who you are, relocating is a hard thing to do. However, when you are in the military and have to relocate, you may have to do so on short notice and go to a place you know nothing about. Here is a look at some of the things a military relocation professional (MRP) can do for you in the process. An MRP can help you find the most suitable housing for your family.
If you are planning a short-distance move, you may be considering taking on the moving challenge on your own. Really, how hard could it be to move all of your things a few miles up the road? I can tell you through my own personal experience that it is more difficult than you might think. If you are considering having a few friends help you by driving some pick-up trucks filled with your things and making multiple trips with the hopes of saving money, you probably won't save money. This blog contains several tips that can help you make your short-distance move easier and more affordable.