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What Is A Moving Broker And Should You Use One?

The reality is that many, if not most brokers have made it more difficult for customers to find good moving companies.

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New California Program For First Time Home Buyers

The best thing about the loan is that you don’t have to pay it back till you either sell your house, refinance it or pay it off.

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Shana Tovah Or Happy Rosh Hashanah From Ninja Movers And The Muppets

Ninja Movers would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year, a Happy Rosh Hashanah and Shana Tovah. Enjoy this video from the Muppets.

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How Moving Costs Are Calculated – Part Four (International Moves)

It doesn’t take me to tell you that moving overseas is a bit more complicated than moving down the street.

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How Moving Costs Are Calculated – Part Three (Short Hauls)

Short hauls, or moves less than about 250 miles or within the same state from the origin, are, in the eyes of a moving company, sort of a strange breed.

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How Moving Costs Are Calculated – Part Two (Long-Distance Moves)

In theory, no matter how far you move – whether it be across town or across country, the moving process doesn’t change. In reality, however, distance does make a difference.

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How Moving Costs Are Calculated – Part One (Local Moves)

All reputable moving companies will follow the exact same formula for estimating your move and the exact same formula for your final charges.

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San Francisco on its Way to Being Most Expensive Real Estate in U.S.

Throughout the country, the economy is improving, but it seems that in many ways, the Bay Area is leading the country.

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Moving Day Playlist

One of the toughest parts of moving day is getting motivated. One of the best ways to get motivated, no matter what your activity, is with music.

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What to do if you’re Moving out of the Country?

As you might imagine, moving internationally is a bit more complex than moving within the U.S.

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