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Why a Phone Moving Estimate Is Not Always the Best Option

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 15, 2016 1:51:54 PM / by Michael Rhodes posted in Moving Tips, Important Moving Tips, Moving Estimate, Moving Costs, Moving in Maryland, Moving in Washington DC, Moving in Northern Virginia, Apartment Moving Tips, Local Moving, Residential Moving

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When you’re looking to relocate, one essential step is getting multiple moving estimates from your local moving companies. It’s important to realize that not all moving estimates are created equal, though. If a prospective moving company won’t come to do an in-person estimate, that’s a potential red flag for multiple reasons.

 

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Why It’s Important to Use a Full-Service Mover

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 7, 2015 1:34:38 PM / by Michael Rhodes posted in Important Moving Tips, Moving in Maryland, Moving in Washington DC, Moving in Northern Virginia, Apartment Moving Tips, Long Distance Moving, Local Moving, Moving and Storage, Moving Packing Tips, Realtor Moving Tips, Temporary moves, Full-Service Mover

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Having a successful move is often just a matter of being as prepared as possible. There are a lot of potential problems and contingencies associated with moving that can complicate your relocation, so you want to do everything in your power to arm yourself against those bumps in the road. One way to enter into a move fully prepared is by hiring a mover that's full-service.

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Best Tips to Find Top-Rated Movers in Fairfax, Virginia

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 17, 2015 8:50:02 AM / by Michael Rhodes posted in Moving Tips, Important Moving Tips, Moving Estimate, Moving in Maryland, Moving in Washington DC, Moving in Northern Virginia, Apartment Moving Tips, Long Distance Moving, Local Moving, Temporary moves

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There are a lot of important steps in the moving process, but perhaps none is as important as finding the right moving company. However, in this digital age, the Internet can actually be equally helpful and harmful when looking for a top-rated mover in Fairfax, Virginia. However, by following a few easy steps and guidelines, it can help you wade through your options to get to the right mover for you.

 

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Identifying Additional Moving Company Charges and Extra Moving Fees

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 14, 2015 8:16:25 AM / by Michael Rhodes posted in Moving Tips, Important Moving Tips, Moving Costs, Moving in Maryland, Moving in Washington DC, Moving in Northern Virginia, Apartment Moving Tips, Long Distance Moving, Local Moving

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Make Sure You Ask Your Mover If They Use Moving Subcontractors

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 10, 2015 8:31:08 AM / by Michael Rhodes posted in Moving Tips, Important Moving Tips, Moving in Maryland, Moving in Washington DC, Moving in Northern Virginia, Apartment Moving Tips, Long Distance Moving, Local Moving, Moving and Storage, Office Moving Tips, Realtor Moving Tips

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Selecting the Right Moving Company in Fairfax, VA

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 27, 2015 8:48:56 AM / by Michael Rhodes posted in Moving Tips, Important Moving Tips, Moving in Northern Virginia, Apartment Moving Tips, Local Moving, Realtor Moving Tips

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If you’re looking to move within Fairfax, Virginia, region, it’s important to find a moving company that cost-effective, reputable, and value-driven, but it’s also important to find one that’s local. Choosing a mover in Fairfax, VA gives you a big advantage. Local movers can often avoid time-consuming (and, therefore, costly) mistakes or missteps, so you can often end up seeing the dollars-and-cents benefit of working with a Fairfax mover.

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Moving Tips For Real Estate Agents That Provide Value to Their Clients

[fa icon="calendar'] May 1, 2015 10:05:00 AM / by Michael Rhodes posted in Moving Tips, Important Moving Tips, Moving in Maryland, Moving in Washington DC, Moving in Northern Virginia, Apartment Moving Tips, Long Distance Moving

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Providing the best service possible to clients is every professional’s goal, and for some that means diversifying into previously untapped areas of expertise. Real estate agents are one such category of professional. In addition to the intricacies of property sales, real estate agents can also arm themselves with moving-related information, which will provide concrete and valuable service to clients.

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Do Moving Companies Require Deposits For Your Move?

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 24, 2015 1:28:00 PM / by Michael Rhodes posted in Moving Tips, Important Moving Tips, Moving Costs, Moving in Maryland, Moving in Washington DC, Moving in Northern Virginia, Apartment Moving Tips, Long Distance Moving

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When you’re enlisting the help of a moving company, it’s important to understand every aspect of your financial obligation to that company. You should know what an estimate entails, how the company charges, and a laundry list of other money-related issues surrounding the move. One particularly important thing to know when agreeing to work with a mover is whether or not that mover charges a deposit.

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Why Does it Cost More to Move If You Live in Apartment or High-Rise?

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 7, 2015 9:33:41 AM / by Michael Rhodes posted in Moving Tips, Moving Costs, Moving in Maryland, Moving in Washington DC, Moving in Northern Virginia, Apartment Moving Tips

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Tips to Lower Your Moving Cost if You Live in An Apartment or High-Rise 

Many people want to know how best to minimize the cost of their next moves. However, be aware that if you live in an apartment, condo, or high-rise, the cost of that move is potentially higher. This is not because movers charge any kind of special fee or surcharge for these residences. It simply takes more hours to complete the work.

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