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Should You Sell Your Car Before You Move?

Dec 11, 2013

When planning a move, many questions come up: everything from truck size to moving helpers to your own car transportation issues. If you’ve been wrangling with the idea of selling your car before you move, this article is for you. Consider the following before making your decision   Will you need a vehicle in your […]

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4 Positive Things About Moving to a New City

Nov 12, 2013

When you’re moving to a new city, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the changes that await you. Even the most free-spirited people may have a few moments of doubt before a major move. To help you keep your nerves in check, consider these four positive things about moving to a new city, and why you […]

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Three Questions That May Save You Stress When Moving in Atlanta

Jul 23, 2013

Atlanta is a city that offers both urban sophistication and southern charm, which is why the city has been a favored relocation destination for more than a decade. Whether your upcoming move to Atlanta is for personal or business reasons, you can bet that planning ahead will help your move go more smoothly. Here are […]

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Preparing to Study Abroad? These 4 Tips May Help

Jul 09, 2013

Studying abroad during your college years can be a magnificent way to travel, live internationally and earn credits toward your degree. It’s an opportunity to experience stunning sights, long-standing traditions, exhilarating excursions and to develop unique friendships. Of course, embarking on a temporary international move requires thoughtful research and planning. Here’s some advice to assist […]

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3 Tips for Moving Truck Rentals in Chicago

Jun 14, 2013

If you’ve decided to move to Chicago, then you’re likely beginning to plan out which moving options are best to get you and your belongings to the city. Moving truck rentals can often be a cost-effective option. But, as in any other city, moving in Chicago takes careful planning and preparation — especially when you are […]

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5 Ways to Make Your College Summer Break Productive

Jun 04, 2013

After a full academic year of intense study, and one last push through final exams, most college students can’t wait for summer break. Thoughts of days that don’t require study, fun with family and friends, and perhaps, plans for travel fill the minds of those ready for a few months of relaxation. Of course, there […]

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3 Ways To Transport Your Motorcycle on Moving Day

May 30, 2013

When you’re preparing to move to a new city, careful consideration must be given to the items within your home, of course. But how do you transport your methods of transport? Specifically, how do you move your motorcycle to your new home? In this post, we’ll cover the most common options of transporting your motorcycle, […]

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Self-Storage Tips: How to Protect Your Stuff in Extreme Phoenix Heat

Apr 22, 2013

If you’re preparing for a move to the Valley of the Sun, you should know that Phoenix is one of the hottest U.S. cities. It’s not uncommon for desert temps to break 100 degrees during the peak summer months of June, July and August. If you will need to keep items in storage when you make […]

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5 Steps to Transporting Your Car During a Move

Apr 04, 2013

You are moving cross-country, and all of your household belongings are loaded up in a moving van. So, how exactly are you going to transport your car to your new home at the same time? Towing your vehicle can be a great option that allows you and your family to ride in the moving van […]

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3 Tips for Making the Most Out of a College Visit

Feb 20, 2013

College is a big deal. All the years of academic study, from grade school through high school, will culminate with your acceptance into college. It’s a place where you’ll live and become educated at the highest level for four years, totaling nearly $90,000 (for the average in-state public college), according to a College Board report out […]

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