Showing posts from July, 2017

Moving to Portland? Here’s What Living Here is Like.

You can think of moving to Portland, Oregon as an exciting and unique experience – some might even say weird – depending upon comfort level with progressive politics and hipsters. After all, this is the place where folks commonly raise backyard animals (like chickens) and keep bees. In typical PDX (local airport call sign and a synonym for Portland) fashion, rather than banning backyard critters, the city adopted codes and issues permits to raise animals. Portland is Oregon’s largest city and home to a little over 630,000 people, making it the 26th largest city in the United States. The Portland metro area includes seven counties (two inside nearby Washington State), bringing the total population of Greater Portland to 2.4 million people. Living in Portland puts you geographically between the Columbia and Willamette rivers, the former creating a natural border between Oregon and Washington State. Hills, rivers and the distant Cascade Mountains dominate the visual landscape. Portland …

How Much Does It Cost To Move?

Everybody seems familiar with the fact that the process of moving from one home to another is a rather challenging experience that can sometimes reach unhealthy levels of concentrated stress and intense anxiety. And, without a doubt, one of the factors that will determine whether you will have a really rough period or not is the price you pay at the end of the house move.

It’s not a secret that moving house is an expensive endeavor but the real issue that’s probably going to get you worried for real is how expensive it is. Some things can be pricey for some people but mere pocket money for others – therefore, it’s important to know in advance how much it will cost to move to another home.

Considering that each and every house move is a unique relocation case with unique pre-move parameters (pick-up location, delivery location, move distance, overall shipment weight, additional services, presence of specialty items to move, and so on), only professional movers can estimate the price corr…