This infographic offers tips and advice for a cost-effective and hassle-free move. Starting 60 days from your desired move date this graphic explains all the steps needed to make sure your move is on time and on budget. It covers all the most important and also the most overlooked steps in a move. It also provides statistics about moving and reasons people move based on US census data.
Here is an infographic that shares a checklist for moving into your new apartment. Find helpful ways to getting a move on. From budgeting all your moving expenses to staying organized, this infographic has all the helpful information you need to deal with this stressful time in your life.
This infographic is designed to show the number of US Military members and families and the moving process they go through when Uncle Sam sends those Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders. This will also be of interest to non-military people looking for home purchase vs. renting options including some surprising stats.
The team behind MyMovingReviews.com has created the following infographic for all interested in the moving business and its nooks and crannies. Below you will see the Moving Season 2012 Infograph, which draws upon all of their data and analysis. We hope that you find the facts and numbers inside useful and enlightening.
This step by step house moving guide checklist, created by the folks at Property24, will help you move with ease as it breaks down the moving processes.
Every time I hear about someone having to move, I cringe. I’ll be honest – not only do I NOT want to help but I also think about the horror if I ever had to move again (we have too much stuff). Are you in the same boat? Well you are not alone and will probably feel like your next move is a piece of cake after seeing some of the biggest moves in history, all laid out nicely in the following infographic from VanLines.com.
Atlas Van Lines has released their 2012 Corporate Relocation Survey and along with it, an infographic entitled: Economy, Real Estate, and Relocation.This year’s results show that companies across the U.S. saw improvements in relocation volumes, budgets and overall performances last year, and expect much of the same for 2012.
Moving anytime soon? Just how many cardboard moving boxes do you think you will use? Depending on your accumulation of stuff, your answer will be “a lot,” “dozens” or “so many I can’t count.” The research team at MyMove.com crunched some numbers and discovered not only how many boxes you’re likely to use, but how many the entire population of 42 million Americans moving this year will use in 2012 alone.
Moving from one location to another typically requires a lot of work, money and even emotional energy. The good news is that moving for any number of reasons can trigger new tax eligibilities. This infographic from MyMove.com educates movers about the ways that moving can help them to save money at tax time.
This new infographic from U-Pack Moving explores the moving rates and likelihood in the US. Find out where people from your state tend to move, and which states have the largest population overall.