You've got a ratified contract on a new Charlottesville home, its getting near time to close and you have a million things to do. One of those is choosing a mover, but who do you choose? The cheapest one…right? Not necessarily.
We have all heard the horror stories about movers getting to your home with all of your possessions on the truck and refusing to unload until they are paid hundreds of dollars of extra fees. How do you go about choosing a mover to ensure that this doesn't happen?
Realty Times had an excellent article this morning outlining three points to be aware of when choosing a mover to help you relocate to a Charlottesville VA home. The article will explain why you should pay attention to the following things.
- Have a representative of the moving company come to your home to see exactly what you have to move and give you an estimate of actual moving costs.
- Be sure to choose a local moving company.
- Do not accept a low ball bid.
After you heed this advice, you can cross hiring a mover off your todo list and get on with filling up all of those boxes. Happy moving! Come home to Charlottesville!
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