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(Google Images) According to an article The Atlantic these are the 10 most dangerous cities to live in America. These cities struggle with high rates of murder, rape, assault. 10. Stockton, California Violent Crime Per 1,000: 13.8 Median Income: $45,730 (8.9% below national average) Unemployment Rate: 18.4% (9.4% above national average) listed as one of the most miserable … Continue reading

Best Cities To Raise A Family in 2011 According To Parenting.com

Parenting.com has created a list of the best cities in America to live and raise a family with the following factors in mind: great schools, affordable homes, low crime rates, jobs, and parkland. Here are the top 10 best cities to raise a family: Washington, District of Columbia Austin, Texas Boston, Massachusetts St. Paul/Minneapolis, Minnesota Des … Continue reading

Moving In!

• You are likely to arrive at your new home ahead of the movers. Take this time to look things over and to ensure your new utilities have been connected. • Check appliances and systems to ensure all are working properly, and arrange for repairs if necessary. • Check to see if your mail is … Continue reading

Movin’ and Groovin’ in 8 Weeks: Week 1!

We’ve finally reached the final week of our countdown. Here the are very last things you should do before making that long trip: – Make sure that you pack a suitcase with clothes for your trip and for your first night’s stay in your new house. – Pay off any remaining bills, and keep copies. … Continue reading

Movin’ and Groovin’ in 8 Weeks: Week 2

We’re on week 2 of our Movin’ and Groovin’ in 8 Weeks series. Read more to learn about moving preparation tips! 1. Make sure to cancel or transfer your home insurance coverage. 2. Transfer all prescriptions to your new pharmacy in your new home state or city. Arrange for parking for the moving van, and … Continue reading

Testimonial # 2

We’ve got another great testimonial, this time from Rebekah Mraz in Gardena. If you can’t read the image, it says: Dear April, Thanks so much for sending out Roger and his crew to help me load my container on Sunday. Roger and the guys were expert, fast, and just what I needed to get the … Continue reading

Movin’ and Groovin’ in 8 Weeks: Week 8

Week 8: Create a “move file” to keep track of estimates, receipts and other important information. Check with the IRS to see what expenses can be deducted on your next tax return. Budget for moving expenses. Start researching your new community. The Internet is a great resource for finding online chambers-of-commerce and community guides.

Movin’ and Groovin’ in 8 Weeks: Week 8

Week 8: Create a “move file” to keep track of estimates, receipts and other important information. Check with the IRS to see what expenses can be deducted on your next tax return. Budget for moving expenses. Start researching your new community. The Internet is a great resource for finding online chambers-of-commerce and community guides.

Welcome to the Continental Relocations Blog!

At Continental Relocations, we not only pride ourselves in treating your property like it’s our property, but we want to help you prepare to make your move as smooth as possible. Ideally, we would like you to have an 8-week preparation period. (We realize this is not always possible, and if not, of course we … Continue reading

Welcome to Continental Relocations Blog

At Continental Relocations, we not only pride ourselves in treating your property like it’s our property, but we want to help you prepare to make your move as smooth as possible.  Ideally, we would like you to have an 8-week preparation period.  (We realize this is not always possible, and if not, of course we … Continue reading