67 Million Relocations Of Households In 2010 Kept The Moving Pods Industry Busy

Written by Eric Brophy. Posted in Moving, Moving tips, Pack rat

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A rate of 20 percent migration circa the 1960s has fallen to 11.9 percent in recent times. This lower rate of relocation, however, has not kept long distance moving companies from staying in business. More moving and storage services offer their support these days than ever before. More residents nationwide trust the use of moving containers, also called moving storage pods or portable storage containers, in modern times. Research reveals that using one of these moving pods, especially if you relocate for work more than 50 miles away and qualify for a tax deduction on your moving expenses, saves a lot of money over the cost of traditional relocation. Traditional relocations include using your own car or truck.

Moving a long distance away should include taking an inventory. Getting rid of the clutter before you move will help you avoid losing items you want to keep while helping you get rid of items that are not likely to travel with you. If you choose to make use of moving pods, you will be responsible for the cost of renting those moving pods from the moment they arrive. A relocation will be much more efficient if you have already prepared items for the relocation by the time your pod or pods get there. Learn more about efficient relocation by speaking with moving experts that will recommend using a moving check list to improve how quickly you are able through the often stressful moving process.