No matter how prepared you are, how many times you’ve moved or how great your Moving Company is…
Moving Is Stressful!
There’s no denying that moving is an emotionally-charged process. From nerves to nostalgia you’re certain to run the gamut of feelings, especially if you’re moving to a New City or a New State. So, it is incredibly important to establish a level of personal comfort with your Moving Company.
*That’s where Exela comes in.*
Exela Movers is a small-business run by a hands-on owner. What could be more ideal than working directly with the owner to plan your move?
And, if you’re moving out-of-state, no need to worry about van lines or subcontractors—Exela Movers handles the whole move from start to finish. We call this a Point-to-Point move.
Without a doubt, using a company that handles long distance moves from Point-To-Point should be a top priority. A Point-to-Point Move means you only have one company handling the entire process from start to finish with direct delivery at your new home (no middleman, no freight shipper, no van lines).
We’ll walk you through the process:
Step 1: You Request an Estimate via Exela’s website [CLICK HERE TO REQUEST AN ESTIMATE]
Step 2: Schedule a Virtual Walk-Through to confirm pricing and details
Step 3: Sign the Contract, Pay the Deposit, Schedule your Pick Up and Delivery Dates
Step 4: Exela’s Employees arrive to move you out of your current home, they transport your belongings to your new city and deliver them to you a few days later, on the date you chose
Step 5: You settle into your New Home
When you choose a moving company that works with a middleman, freight shipper or van line, your move will NOT be as simple as Point-to-Point. Instead of direct delivery to your new home, your belongings will first be moved to a warehouse. While awaiting pick-up by a van line or freight shipper, your prized possessions will be stored at the warehouse for an undetermined amount of time (often 2 weeks or more). Where do you go while your belongings are in limbo? [READ MORE ABOUT THE VAN LINES METHOD HERE]
As we all know, 2020 dealt us all a whole new set of complications to deal with (and thus far 2021 isn’t doing us any favors), but your moving company shouldn’t to be one of them. So, if you need to move out-of-state in these Unprecedented Times (anyone else miss “Precedented” Times?), you want to be absolutely certain you’ve picked the right company to handle your move. Now, more than ever, do not underestimate:
*The importance of knowing exactly when your belongings will arrive,
*The relief of having your belongings arrive directly and without delay,
*The value of having your entire Move handled by One Company.
Contact Exela TODAY to start planning your Move: Get an Estimate
“My wife and I were moving from a 1bd apartment in MA to a house in NH…Trust that if you hire them, it will be worth it.” Michael M.
“Exela Movers was fantastic for our move from Boston to Baltimore…in addition to the five-star service, Exela was cheaper than the competition. I’d use them again in a heartbeat!” Mark D.
“Such a pleasant, responsive moving company! We did an out of state move…They packed everything carefully and disassembled and reassembled our furniture. Really friendly, helpful staff – and a great value with transparent pricing. I cannot recommend enough.” Shreya K
“Researched movers and read about a lot of interesting stories. When we found Exela and read their reviews there was nothing but praise…Our move was from Revere MA to Fort Myers Florida. We were informed of each step of the trip…Price was exactly as quoted no hidden costs. We are about 75 percent unpacked and everything including the china we packed is in perfect condition. We highly recommend them and will use them again.” Arnie S
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Real Estate transactions typically jump towards the end of the year, and especially December as people try to finalize their sales to offset potential liabilities for the current tax year.
But…2020 has been anything but typical.
When Greater Boston came to a virtual standstill in mid-March, it took a couple months to get back up-and-running. Now, many are seizing the opportunity to purchase a home (some way ahead of their intended timeline for doing so).
Interest rates are historically low and we’re as close to a buyers market as we can hope to be in this part of the country, so many Bostonians are deciding to make social distancing a little easier for themselves…by flocking to the suburbs and beyond. This what-are-we-waiting-for? feeling has swept through Boston (and New York, and other major cities), so without further hesitation, people are going for it. Many are deciding that they would like a little more home, which makes sense considering the amount of time we’re spending there these days.
And with more people able (or forced) to work from home, they’re finding that their homes are less than adequate.
One of the positives that has come from the current circumstances and ensuing economic impact of COVID is a shift in priorities: those who have taken solace in baking or cooking during the pandemic now crave a chef’s kitchen to replace their current apartment galley; the quarantine gardeners want to sow their oats in a proper field; most families need substantial office space for remote work, or dedicated space for the virtual classroom. Times are changing and city dwellers are migrating out to the suburbs. According to a Bloomberg.com article last month, “Urban Exiles Are Fueling a Suburban Housing Boom Across the U.S.” [READ MORE]
Coincidentally, over the past few months Exela’s Blog Series has spotlighted some of Boston’s most desirable suburbs, so, for those considering a move, we’ve put together an easy access Table of Contents for your convenience:
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