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Moving House Problems

Nobody ever said moving is easy. Everyone knows it’s a pain in the butt. It’s a sweaty, grunty gig, an endeavor of stubbed toes and cussing. However, if you aren’t careful, it can be even worse than that. All too often, Read complete article — Moving House Problems

Posted in Prepping & Packing, Types of Moves | Posted on August 11, 2013 | 1 Comment

Do I Need an Employee Relocation Agreement?

What is an employee relocation agreement? If your employer has asked you to move, an employee relocation agreement will define which costs you will be expected to cover, and which costs your employer will cover for you. Basically, it’s a Read complete article — Do I Need an Employee Relocation Agreement?

Posted in Moving Quotes & Contracts | Posted on July 31, 2013 | 2 Comments

How to Move a Futon

What is a futon, you ask? A futon is really just a big pillow. A big pillow that you sleep on like a mattress. It doesn’t offer spring-loaded, foam-cuddly support, but for sensitive backs, a futon is actually better – Read complete article — How to Move a Futon

Posted in Cost of Moving, Difficult Things to Move, Money Saving Tips, Moving Supplies | Posted on July 26, 2013 | 1 Comment

Moving Contract Sample for Flat Rate

DISCLAIMER – READ BEFORE PROCEEDING This is a sample contract for moving services that involves a flat rate.  This sample contract, while perhaps informative, may not be appropriate for your particular move or for your business interests.  It is just Read complete article — Moving Contract Sample for Flat Rate

Posted in Moving Quotes & Contracts | Posted on July 24, 2013 | Leave a comment

Moving Contract Sample for Hourly Rate

DISCLAIMER – READ BEFORE PROCEEDING This is a sample contract for moving services that involves an hourly rate.  This sample contract, while perhaps informative, may not be appropriate for your particular move or for your business interests.  It is just Read complete article — Moving Contract Sample for Hourly Rate

Posted in Moving Quotes & Contracts | Posted on July 24, 2013 | 1 Comment

Sample Moving Contracts

Sample moving contracts, also referred to as moving contract templates or forms, are pre-prepared written agreements involving a moving situation. They might have once been used by actual movers, or they might simply be templates created to address hypothetical moving Read complete article — Sample Moving Contracts

Posted in Moving Quotes & Contracts | Posted on July 22, 2013 | 2 Comments

Rental Moving Boxes

Yes, there are moving boxes for rent. A single bedroom apartment owner can expect to throw down about $100 to rent moving boxes. And no, they won’t get moldy, worn-out cardboard boxes that some guy stored his dead fish collection in… Read complete article — Rental Moving Boxes

Posted in Moving Boxes, Moving Companies, Moving Supplies, Odds & Ends, Shipping Boxes, Types of Moves | Posted on June 30, 2013 | 1 Comment

Best Boxes for Moving

Need some moving boxes? The best boxes for moving are just straight-up, cardboard, square boxes. They’re cheap, easy, durable, and, most of all, cat-friendly. However, picking out the best moving box for Mittens your things requires knowing a bit about Read complete article — Best Boxes for Moving

Posted in Moving Boxes, Moving Supplies | Posted on June 28, 2013 | Leave a comment

Waterproof Moving Boxes

If you want to protect your things from the rain, sleet or snow, waterproof moving boxes are the way to go. Waterproof moving boxes are, essentially, plastic moving boxes that seal tightly. They prevent water from entering, and are not Read complete article — Waterproof Moving Boxes

Posted in Moving Boxes, Moving Supplies, Odds & Ends | Posted on June 26, 2013 | Leave a comment

Questions to Ask Movers

Like so many things in life, successfully dealing with a moving company requires asking a lot of questions. Yep, it’s time to expose your inner Geraldo. As uncomfortable as peppering people with questions might sound, it’s a must. The more Read complete article — Questions to Ask Movers

Posted in Moving Companies, Moving Safety | Posted on June 26, 2013 | Leave a comment

How Much Do Movers Cost?

Pricing out your move? Moving companies are an investment. I mean, they’re expensive pretty much no matter what. However, whether the investment you make is good or bad will depend on the particular movers you choose. There is no set Read complete article — How Much Do Movers Cost?

Posted in Cost of Moving, Moving Companies | Posted on June 22, 2013 | 1 Comment

How to Sell Stuff Online for Free

Rather sell your stuff than move it? More power to you! That’sa  great idea, because it’ll make your move easier and cheaper while also putting money in your pocket. Win-win. Plus, then you can upgrade – it was time for Read complete article — How to Sell Stuff Online for Free

Posted in Cost of Moving, Getting Rid of Stuff, Prepping & Packing | Posted on May 31, 2013 | Leave a comment

How to Move a Bed

Need to move a bed? Bed’s are a pretty classic moving problem. They’re big, bulky, heavy and have multiple parts. No fun. No fun at all. But, if you want a place to sleep, moving your bed might be a Read complete article — How to Move a Bed

Posted in Difficult Things to Move | Posted on May 29, 2013 | 1 Comment

Bad Mortgage Loans

Thinking about buying a new home? Be very careful about how you go about paying for it. Mortgages are loans for new homes. Few people can pay for an entire home outright, so they finance it through a lender, who Read complete article — Bad Mortgage Loans

Posted in Finding a New Place to Live | Posted on May 16, 2013 | 1 Comment

How to Find a Good Neighborhood

Looking for a safe place to live? Finding a nice new home is one thing; finding a good place to live is another. Even the nicest homes can be located is the middle of a slum, needlessly increasing your risk Read complete article — How to Find a Good Neighborhood

Posted in Finding a New Place to Live | Posted on May 14, 2013 | Leave a comment

How to Move Across Country

Moving far? Moving across the country is almost as demanding as moving comes. The only moves more demanding are the international move and the Hawaiian move. A cross-country move is hard, because it requires a lot of time, planning and Read complete article — How to Move Across Country

Posted in Prepping & Packing, Types of Moves | Posted on May 11, 2013 | Leave a comment

Reasons to Move

Are you looking for a reason to move? In many respects, that alone is a reason to move. But maybe you’re anticipating your mom asking, “why are you moving?” Or your friend. Or your boss, wife or kid. And in Read complete article — Reasons to Move

Posted in Finding a New Place to Live, Moving Checklist & Tips | Posted on May 9, 2013 | 1 Comment

Moving to Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii is home to the Aloha Spirit, a feel-goody vibe that permeates the city and surrounding Hawaiian islands. The Aloha Spirit is quite simple: be friendly, be happy, be warm. And Honolulu is a perfect place for all the Read complete article — Moving to Honolulu, Hawaii

Posted in Honolulu, HI | Posted on May 3, 2013 | 3 Comments

Moving Company Licenses and Credentials

Are your movers legit? In some cases, whether a moving company is trustworthy will depend on whether they have the licenses and protections as required by law. Moving company licensing laws are complex and rarely understood to a person just Read complete article — Moving Company Licenses and Credentials

Posted in Moving Companies | Posted on May 1, 2013 | Leave a comment
Moving to Buffalo, New York

Moving to Buffalo, New York

Make no mistake, the City of No Illusions is Buffalo’s most contemporary nickname.  It’s even more relevant than the city’ actual name, because there are no more buffalo in the area. Over the last seven decades, the city has gone from Read complete article — Moving to Buffalo, New York

Posted in Buffalo, NY | Posted on April 3, 2013 | Leave a comment
Moving to Albuquerque, New Mexico

Moving to Albuquerque, New Mexico

The City of Balloons is known for its unique, natural beauty: sprawling, colorful desert, mountains, clear skies, and oceans of Creosote Bush. Thousands take to the sky each year in colorful hot-air balloons to observe it from above. And many are Read complete article — Moving to Albuquerque, New Mexico

Posted in Albuquerque, NM | Posted on April 2, 2013 | 1 Comment
Moving to Richmond, Virginia

Moving to Richmond, Virginia

Fist City has maintained a hard vibe since the pre-American-revolution hours, when Patrick Henry famously declared, in a city church, “Give me liberty, or give me death,” and since resident Edgar Allen Poe began writing his ghastly tales. Today, Richmond Read complete article — Moving to Richmond, Virginia

Posted in Richmond, VA | Posted on March 29, 2013 | 1 Comment
Moving to Hartford, Connecticut

Moving to Hartford, Connecticut

New England’s Rising Star might be a relatively small big city, but it has a massive influence throughout the world. Hartford is one of America’s wealthiest cities, the home to most international insurance companies, upon which much of the world Read complete article — Moving to Hartford, Connecticut

Posted in Hartford, CT | Posted on March 28, 2013 | 1 Comment
Moving to Tucson, Arizona

Moving to Tucson, Arizona

The Old Pueblo is one of America’s most culturally-rich cities. Tucson bleeds Southwestern charm like its skies bleed vibrant rainbows and its residents bleed U of A red and blue. The city has an old west feel. Many of its Read complete article — Moving to Tucson, Arizona

Posted in Tucson, AZ | Posted on March 27, 2013 | 1 Comment
Moving to Salt Lake City, Utah

Moving to Salt Lake City, Utah

Salt Lake City was founded by the Mormons in the mid-1800’s, and the Mormon population has remained the most noteworthy aspect of the city to this day, greatly shaping its culture. This is not to say, however, that the City Read complete article — Moving to Salt Lake City, Utah

Posted in Salt Lake City, UT | Posted on March 26, 2013 | 1 Comment
Moving to Jacksonville, Florida

Moving to Jacksonville, Florida

Jacksonville is considered by many to be Where Florida Begins. Travelling south from the Georgia border, it’s the first Floridian city to offer pristine beaches and a centralized downtown, and it touts many of Florida’s other claims to fame, like Read complete article — Moving to Jacksonville, Florida

Posted in Jacksonville, FL | Posted on March 25, 2013 | 1 Comment
Moving to Raleigh, NC

Moving to Raleigh, NC

The City of Oaks was hand chosen by North Carolina legislators to be the state capital, because of its beautiful location. Today, Raleigh has remained true to its scenery. Though it is a large city, it has retained a small-city, Read complete article — Moving to Raleigh, NC

Posted in Raleigh, NC | Posted on March 21, 2013 | 1 Comment
Moving to Oklahoma City, OK

Moving to Oklahoma City, OK

Oklahoma City is one of America’s fastest-growing, fastest-developing, and fastest-culturalizing areas in the U.S. Only in existence since 1889, and slow to grow until recently, the city now has a professional basketball team, many great restaurants, and a revitalized, diversifying downtown. Read complete article — Moving to Oklahoma City, OK

Posted in Oklahoma City, OK | Posted on March 20, 2013 | 1 Comment

Moving Flowchart

If you just can’t decide how you should move, then give our moving flowchart a try. Start where it says “start here” and see where you end up. You might just find that answering the right questions will get you to Read complete article — Moving Flowchart

Posted in Odds & Ends, Types of Moves | Posted on March 19, 2013 | Leave a comment
Moving to Louisville, KY

Moving to Louisville, KY

Every spring, women in grandiose hats and men in class slacks converge on a plot of dirt with glasses of bourbon in hand. They’re there to watch one of Louisville’s greatest events: the Kentucky Derby, the famous American horserace that Read complete article — Moving to Louisville, KY

Posted in Louisville, KY | Posted on March 19, 2013 | 1 Comment

How to Rent a Trailer

Are moving trucks to expensive? Renting a trailer might be the way to go, then. Trailers come in many shapes and sizes, and just about all of them are cheaper than a proper moving truck and can carry your mattress. Of course, Read complete article — How to Rent a Trailer

Posted in Moving Trucks, Types of Moves | Posted on March 19, 2013 | Leave a comment
How to Plan for Moving

How to Plan for Moving

Wondering how to prepare for your move? It’s all in the planning. Planning for a move is one of the most important stages of the moving process. If you plan poorly, you can expect an expensive and frustrating moving day. Read complete article — How to Plan for Moving

Posted in Prepping & Packing | Posted on March 16, 2013 | 1 Comment
Moving Maps

Moving Maps

You can’t move without a map. Well, you can, but why would you do that? Maps are easy sources of information, and they can greatly help you in planning and executing your move. But what maps are we talking about? Read complete article — Moving Maps

Posted in Moving Supplies, Prepping & Packing | Posted on March 15, 2013 | Leave a comment
How to Move into a Dorm

How to Move into a Dorm

Wondering how to actually move into your dorm room? As in, how to get your stuff from the trunk of your car to your new dorm room breaking things or falling down? Moving into a dorm is much the same Read complete article — How to Move into a Dorm

Posted in Moving to College | Posted on March 11, 2013 | Leave a comment
Dorm Move-In Checklist

Dorm Move-In Checklist

Looking for a to-do list for moving into the dorms? Look no further. Here at MovingGuru, we have all the tips, advice and essentials for moving into your dorm room. Before we go through our dorm move-in checklist, though, let Read complete article — Dorm Move-In Checklist

Posted in Moving to College | Posted on March 10, 2013 | Leave a comment
Dorm Move-In Day Tips

Dorm Move-In Day Tips

Ready to move into the dorms?! Colleges set aside a few days for people to move into the dorms. These days can be quite hectic, especially at large universities, where thousands of students are moving into the dorms on the Read complete article — Dorm Move-In Day Tips

Posted in Moving to College | Posted on March 9, 2013 | 1 Comment
Pros and Cons of Moving into a Dorm

Pros and Cons of Moving into a Dorm

Dorm life vs. off-campus housing… Both have their pros and cons. Dorms, in particular, have some great positives and some pretty severe negatives. This is because what they are – small, shared rooms amongst many other small, shared rooms, in Read complete article — Pros and Cons of Moving into a Dorm

Posted in Moving to College | Posted on March 8, 2013 | 1 Comment
Dorm Room Essentials

Dorm Room Essentials

Wondering what to bring to your dorm? Dorm rooms are small, like cabin small. Wait, no, smaller than that. Like closet small. Eh… no, like spacious bathroom small. Yeah, about that size. So, deciding what you’ll actually keep with you Read complete article — Dorm Room Essentials

Posted in Moving to College | Posted on March 7, 2013 | 1 Comment
How to Move to College

How to Move to College

Wondering what you need to do when moving to college? College is a ton of fun… after you move in. For many, moving to college is the first big move of their lives, or at least the first one they control. There’s Read complete article — How to Move to College

Posted in Moving to College | Posted on March 6, 2013 | 2 Comments
Moving to Memphis, TN

Moving to Memphis, TN

Memphis is inextricably linked to the Mississippi River that runs through it, so much so that the city was named after the ancient Egyptian city based on the Nile. The mighty Mississippi brings beauty, business and activities to Memphians still Read complete article — Moving to Memphis, TN

Posted in Memphis, TN | Posted on March 5, 2013 | 1 Comment
Moving to New Orleans, LA

Moving to New Orleans, LA

The Big Easy, America’s French-influenced, jazz-infused, capital of pleasure, is once again partying hard after being hit by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Though the population is still returning, business is already back, and the city’s famous culture never left. Today’s Read complete article — Moving to New Orleans, LA

Posted in New Orleans, LA | Posted on March 4, 2013 | 2 Comments
Moving to Milwaukee, WI

Moving to Milwaukee, WI

Milwaukee means “gathering place by the water” in the Potowatomi language, and for good reason: Milwaukee is surrounded by rivers and lakes, including the oceanic Lake Michigan. With that comes many beaching, sailing and swimming opportunities (when it’s warm), and Read complete article — Moving to Milwaukee, WI

Posted in Milwaukee, WI | Posted on March 3, 2013 | 1 Comment
Terms to Include in a Sublease

Terms to Include in a Sublease

Looking for a sublease form? Well, you shouldn’t be. No sublease form can be downloaded and applied to your situation perfectly. The only way you can assure yourself of a good sublease is to make it yourself, taking time to Read complete article — Terms to Include in a Sublease

Posted in Finding a New Place to Live | Posted on March 2, 2013 | Leave a comment
Moving to Columbus, OH

Moving to Columbus, OH

Columbus, Ohio, is quietly becoming on of the most livable big cities in the nation. It’s affordable; it’s filled with jobs; and, on the whole, it’s young and diverse. The fact that it’s home to Ohio State University certainly contributes Read complete article — Moving to Columbus, OH

Posted in Columbus, OH | Posted on March 1, 2013 | 1 Comment
Moving to Virginia Beach, VA

Moving to Virginia Beach, VA

Located near where the first settlers from England set up shop in America, Virginia Beach is the nation’s first Resort City. Its endlessly-stretching beach and gorgeous weather attract vacationers from all over, and hundreds of thousands have settled in the Read complete article — Moving to Virginia Beach, VA

Posted in Virginia Beach, VA | Posted on February 28, 2013 | 1 Comment
Moving to Providence, R.I.

Moving to Providence, R.I.

The Renaissance City, as Providence is known, is living up to its name.  What was once a home to religious exiles, which then became America’s first industrial city, has reinvented itself again to become a center for arts and education.  Read complete article — Moving to Providence, R.I.

Posted in Providence, RI, Regional Articles | Posted on February 19, 2013 | 1 Comment
Moving to Nashville, TN

Moving to Nashville, TN

Nashville is a city of opportunity, beauty and spicy food.  However, above all else, it’s a city of sound.  Music City, as it’s known, is the world capital for country music, honky tonk, Christian bands and gospel songs.  For anyone Read complete article — Moving to Nashville, TN

Posted in Nashville, TN, Regional Articles | Posted on February 19, 2013 | 1 Comment
Tying a Mattress to a Car

Tying a Mattress to a Car

Mattresses are the caviar of furniture. They are stupid expensive, even though they are covered 99% of the time and have no aesthetic purpose. So, when you already own one, the idea of selling it and buying a new one for Read complete article — Tying a Mattress to a Car

Posted in Difficult Things to Move | Posted on February 13, 2013 | 3 Comments
How to Move in Bad Weather

How to Move in Bad Weather

Snowstorms, downpours and heatwaves: What do they all have in common? People have to move during them. Moving in bad weather makes what was already a difficult task wet, cold and all-around worse.  However, it can be done.  There are Read complete article — How to Move in Bad Weather

Posted in Moving Safety | Posted on February 11, 2013 | 1 Comment
Your Options When Movers Damage Your Property

Your Options When Movers Damage Your Property

Did your moving company deliver you bent boxes and a broken couch frame? Movers are not perfect. They can, and do, break property during the moving process. And when they do, they are liable for the damage they caused. When Read complete article — Your Options When Movers Damage Your Property

Posted in Moving Companies, Moving Quotes & Contracts, Odds & Ends | Posted on February 10, 2013 | 2 Comments

How to Dispute a Moving Company’s Bill

It happens to hundreds each year. After a stressful move across the country and a day or two of unpacking, a person gets the bill from their moving company, and it’s $1,000 more than expected. It happens. And if it Read complete article — How to Dispute a Moving Company’s Bill

Posted in Moving Companies, Odds & Ends, Types of Moves | Posted on February 8, 2013 | 1 Comment
AMSA’s Moving Dispute Resolution and Arbitration Program

AMSA’s Moving Dispute Resolution and Arbitration Program

Got beef with your mover? The American Moving and Storage Association (AMSA) offers a program that allows you to voice your concerns. The AMSA’s arbitration program allows customers to file complaints against their moving companies. Then a third party decides who Read complete article — AMSA’s Moving Dispute Resolution and Arbitration Program

Posted in Moving Companies, Moving Quotes & Contracts, Odds & Ends, Types of Moves | Posted on February 6, 2013 | 1 Comment
What Is the American Moving and Storage Association?

What Is the American Moving and Storage Association?

Wondering who oversees the moving world? Most professional fields have an association that watches over its businesses and customer, and moving services are no different. The American Moving and Storage Association is a central office that provides help, advice and Read complete article — What Is the American Moving and Storage Association?

Posted in Moving Quotes & Contracts, Odds & Ends | Posted on February 4, 2013 | 1 Comment
How to Find a Home for Rent

How to Find a Home for Rent

Want to rent a home? Renting a home is just like renting an apartment: it starts with hunting. Searching for a rental house is easy. Just start looking at ads and calling up realtors. However, find a good rental home takes determination, Read complete article — How to Find a Home for Rent

Posted in Finding a New Place to Live | Posted on February 2, 2013 | Leave a comment
Top 7 Ways to Make Moving Fun

Top 7 Ways to Make Moving Fun

We won’t candy coat. Moving is hectic. It’s sweaty. It’s tough, ruff and tumble. However, there are ways to make moving fun, at least fun like practicing for a sport can be fun. Here are our top 7 ways to make moving Read complete article — Top 7 Ways to Make Moving Fun

Posted in Odds & Ends | Posted on January 30, 2013 | 1 Comment
Finding Home Cleaners

Finding Home Cleaners

Worried about losing your deposit to cleaning costs? Over time, places get dirty and need to be cleaned.  Even if you managed to keep your carpet kindly, the stuff that lurks under your couch, behind your dresser and beneath your Read complete article — Finding Home Cleaners

Posted in Prepping & Packing, Settling into Your New Home | Posted on June 14, 2011 | Leave a comment
How to Find the Right Movers

How to Find the Right Movers

Want to find a good moving company? Search the Internet for “moving company *your hometown*” and you’ll to turn up dozens of results. But how do you know which one can handle your move?  And for the right price?  And, Read complete article — How to Find the Right Movers

Posted in Moving Companies, Types of Moves | Posted on June 7, 2011 | 1 Comment
Self-Storage Units

Self-Storage Units

Do you need somewhere else to put your stuff? If you don’t want to get rid of your extra stuff, it’s time to find a storage unit. Storage units are lockable spaces that you rent from a public storage facility, Read complete article — Self-Storage Units

Posted in Self-Storage | Posted on June 2, 2011 | 1 Comment