Quick Move-in Ranch Homes
Moving is stressful and never seems to get easier, no matter how prepared you feel each time. Once you've made the biggest decision—where to move—the next big choice is how you want to move: DIY or with the help of hired movers? Rarely is moving a one-size-fits-all situation. When deciding between a DIY or professional move, it's best to consider your budget, proximity to your new home, and the complexity of the move.DIY Move
While a DIY move might be a good match for a recently graduated college student, it might be a little more complicated for a family of six or older empty nesters. There is no question that moving yourself is the cheaper option, but for what you save in cash, you pay for with time and hard work.
If you're near your new home, have a few people to help, and don't mind (and can) put in the elbow grease, a DIY move is probably worth it, especially if you can get away with not spending the extra money on a moving truck, which according to Move.org can cost up to $200 for a local move and up to $2,300 for a long-distance move.Hiring a Moving Company
Hiring a full-service moving company can take the stress out of moving but can seriously eat into your budget. According to Move.org, a full-service local move can cost up to $2,000, while a long-distance move can cost up to $7,500. While those numbers might seem daunting, many would argue the extra money spent is worth the peace of mind.
You should consider a professional move if:
If you haven't reached the moving stage yet and are still looking for a new home builder in the Metro Detroit area, Robertson Homes is the perfect partner to help you move along the process. Take the first step to bringing your dream home to life by browsing our home design photo gallery or visiting one of our beautiful communities.
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