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Moving? Top Tips for a Full-Service Relocation to South Florida

Updated: Dec 3, 2020


Moving can seem daunting, and not all relocation companies are created equally. Though most of them can get your household belongings from point A to point B, there are many additional things to think about when selecting a full-service relocation company.


SERVICE OFFERINGS

Do some research to see if one particular company specializes in the type of move that you need. Make sure they can offer you an entire package that covers the big picture of your move. Not only will full relocation companies cover all of the details of your move, they will also provide things like apartment/home options in your new city of South Florida, top school selections, job options for any loved ones joining along, and information about the local city and culture so you are prepared with what to expect. You will most likely have a better experience using a company that can anticipate your needs and who understands your situation.

HISTORY & REPUTATION

Make sure to consider how long the relocation company has been in business and how long they have provided a full-service move. Compare prices and quotes by reading them in detail and knowing up front what the company is responsible for. In addition, take some time to view the vast amount of customer reviews that the internet provides. These will be very telling as to what you can most likely expect from each company. Be careful of moving scams and try to seek out people who have used a relocation company before and ask them for recommendations.

CUSTOMER SERVICE

The best relocation companies are responsive and communicate very well. From the quoting stage, to getting adjusted to your new city, you should thoroughly understand your moving process and what it entails. It is important to be aware of not only all of the incredible things South Florida offers, but also things that aren’t as incredible. For instance, no state income tax, access to beaches and warm weather all year round, and the tremendous offering of high-quality schools, are large draws for South Floridians. However, things like excess tourists, the occasional hurricanes/tropical storms, and a higher cost of living, are some things you’ll need to factor into your move. Open communication is key, so you are not blind-sided once you arrive to the Sunshine State.

If you follow these steps, you’ll likely have a really solid plan put together for your relocation. South Florida is one of the nation’s top cities to live, so now it’s just up to you to choose a company that will make the trip as smooth as possible!




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