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Is your next household relocation into or out of Chicago? Moveboxer gives you a moving quote and gives you up to three of the best Chicago movers for a local or long distance move. We have moving tips, home movers, storage, boxes, and average relocation costs for your move to or from Chicago. Moveboxer provides a connection to these Chicago moving solutions...>>

Save Money on Your Chicago Move

Your Chicago relocation represents a big change in your life. You are moving to the second city, which is actually the third largest in the country. You will want to have some money when you make the big move to Chicago so you are ready to furnish your house and enjoy the restaurants in your new neighborhood...>>

Moving to Chicago

Chicago is in the heart of the Midwest and is the third largest city in the U.S. Chicago has a varied economy with a robust number of industries and boasts many venerable schools like Northwestern University and the University of Chicago. Many people surprised to find that in the summertime Chicago is a beach town...>>

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We want to help make your move easier. Every day we are helping people with their move, such as lining up a mortgage solution or comparing movers. Submit your question below and we will get you a quick response.

Question: We're thinking about a move to Austin. Any tips?

Jul 14 2014 - by Jamie

Answer: Austin is a great place to move. And from Chicago, you'll retain a lot of the midwestern ideals plus get some of the southern Texas charm that is specific to Austin. Here's more about this great city: Moving to Austin.

Question: We're moving from one suburb to another, should be a fairly basic move. What does the timeline look like for a move usually?

Jun 18 2014 - by Sharon

Answer: Yes, we have some really good articles to read on a moving timeline. Set it up today and you won't be as overwhelmed.

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  • Question: What is the best time of year to move to make sure to get the best deal?

    Jun 10 2014 - by Chris Cooper

    Answer: The best time of year to move is anytime between November and March. You can still get a pretty good deal in September, October, or April. During May through August you'll want to try to move in the middle of the week to get a better deal. Good luck!

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    Get a mover with Moveboxer and plan your move

    Moveboxer is the home base as you plan and manage your move. We provide a moving specialist and an online moving tool, complete with budget planning, customized to-do lists, calendars, and an easy way to cancel utilities. We help you calculate moving expenses, do a mover comparison, and connect with up to 3 reputable local or long distance movers. Moveboxer also provides storage, moving boxes, moving insurance, a handyman, and home security for your new home. Moveboxer is proud to work with only the most reputable companies to connect them with our customers. Moveboxer can connect anyone in the U.S. and specializes in Austin, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis, Orlando and Phoenix.

    Top Moving Tips

    Red Flags to Watch for When Picking a Long Distance Mover

    It is a bad sign if your mover does not offer an in-person inspection. You should ideally meet with three different movers to ensure you make the right decision. Look for the mover’s Department of Transportation number both on the truck and in the paperwork that you sign before moving day.


    Getting a Moving Quote

    You moving quote will be based on the weight of your items, the hours needed for the move, and the distance. If you get a binding quote, look to secure a binding not-to-exceed moving estimate.

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