Stress Free Move

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Below you’ll find a list of some of the most common questions that people have when moving. Please refer to our eBook for answers to all other moving-related questions.

A good reference is AMSA– The American Moving and Storage Association. Make sure the moving company you hire is a Promover. Check out our eBook for other important websites for researching moving companies

If you can, try to book your move 4-8 weeks in advance and between October and May for better prices and to ensure that you can reserve your preferred move day. Also, keep in mind that leases typically start and end at the beginning or end of the month, so these are usually the busier times to move in any month of the year.
A moving broker does not work for a specific moving company. Instead, they will select and hire the moving company for you.

Make sure you research all the moving companies you are considering to do your move. Check out our eBook for more tips for researching moving companies.

The best way to save money on the move is to pack yourself. Also, you should do a cost-benefit analysis by considering the cost to move any large piece of furniture or item that does not fit in a box.

Typically, moves can range anywhere from $500 to a few thousand dollars or more, depending on the type of move and your inventory list. Check out our moving estimate page  to get a rough estimate based on the details of your move.

I recommend contacting Jody from (Ph. 954-300-2616), a nationwide auto shipping company that has been in business for 12 years and is accredited with an A+ rating.

If you’re moving

You want to be sure that you have all the relevant information you need for a smooth transition to your new residence without having to search numerous websites or speak to multiple moving representatives over the phone. We provide need-to-know moving info in our eBook based on our experience in the moving industry.