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Our Guide to Moving with Kids

We’re here to help you understand why moving is so hard for kids, and to help you smooth the transition. Recognizing the effect a move on your child can help you prepare for the adjustments and challenges ahead.

How to Move with Cats

For cat owners, our feline friends are our family—we love them unconditionally, spoil them, and would never consider leaving them behind during a move. Because they’re so important to us, moving with cats is about so much more than just getting them to a new location in one piece—it’s about getting them there as safely and comfortably as possible. While moving can certainly be a stressful event for your cat, with a few pro tips and tricks under your belt, your cat might not fret at all.

No, You Don’t Need a Legal Battle to Get Your Security Deposit Back

To ensure you get your full security deposit back, Move.org has compiled a list of some of the most frequently asked questions about how security deposits work as well as advice on how to avoid getting charged for excessive cleaning costs.

Best Cities for Raising a Family

Thinking of moving this year? Find out what cities are best for raising your family before you make your final decision.

Whether you’re thinking of starting a family or you already have a child or two, check out the cities that make the best fit for kids and parents. Who knows—a move may be in your future once you get to the bottom of this list.

The Only Guide to Packing and Moving Electronics You’ll Ever Need

I like to be a careful packer. I have a system for moving, and it’s proven itself a few times. I know that packing and safely moving electrical appliances and electronic items isn’t everyone’s favorite task, but I’m going to share all of my hints, tips, and advice with you to make everything easy. Getting […]

Best Cities for 20-Somethings

Are you in your twenties and looking for a new adventure? Then these are the cities for you. Because let's be honest, living in NYC or LA just isn't worth it if you can't afford the rent.

Check out the 10 cities we’ve ranked as best for people in their 20s, especially if you’re looking for something beyond the classics (NYC or LA). The results will pleasantly surprise you.

The “Easy Button” Method for Moving Furniture

Now that you’ve settled on a move-in date and are getting everything organized for the big day, make sure you’re not overlooking some important steps when moving furniture from your old place to the new. Whether you’re working with professional movers or taking care of moving yourself, you’ll need a plan to coordinate the move. Take steps to protect your belongings as you head to your new destination.

Why Americans are Moving to Southern and Western States

The three biggest cities in America—New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago—are cultural and economic epicenters in their respective regions. But none are especially popular with Americans seeking a better life.

Despite the regions’ sizable populations and influence, migration to Northeast and Midwest America remains in deficit, as it has been for the last 40 years, according to U.S. moving patterns.

So where are people moving?

Printable Moving Checklist for Homeowners

You’ve found the right home, you’ve signed on the dotted line, and now comes the hard part, right? Actually, if you organize well, then you’ve already put the stressful stuff behind you. This checklist will help you to get and stay organized so the move will be as smooth as possible.