The Best Professional Movers in Aurora

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Movemasters, Inc.
Our Rating
4.9 out of 5 stars
4.9
Pro Bullet Packing services
Pro Bullet Storage services
Pro Bullet In-state moves
Con Bullet Interstate moves
Mile High Movers Today
Our Rating
4.9 out of 5 stars
4.9
Pro Bullet Packing services
Pro Bullet Guaranteed pricing
Pro Bullet In-state moves
Pro Bullet Interstate moves
Around The Clock Movers
Our Rating
4.6 out of 5 stars
4.6
Pro Bullet Packing services
Pro Bullet Cleaning services
Pro Bullet In-state moves
Pro Bullet Interstate moves

The best long-distance movers in Aurora

Move.org researched over a dozen nationwide moving companies. These professional moving companies are our top picks. If you’re outside of Colorado, we recommend these movers.
Best overall
internationalvanlines
International Van Lines
4.8 out of 5 stars
4.8
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    Full-service moves nationally & worldwide
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    One month of free storage
Best for up-front pricing
americanvanlines
American Van Lines
4.8 out of 5 stars
4.8
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    Residential, corporate, & military relocation
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    Flat-rate pricing & price matching
Best for customer service
allied
Allied Van Lines
4.6 out of 5 stars
4.6
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    Personalized customer assistance
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    One of the largest moving networks
Best for customization
northamerican
North American Van Lines
4.7 out of 5 stars
4.7
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    Great coverage and reliable claims process
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    Quality corporate relocation
Best moving containers
upack
U-Pack
4.5 out of 5 stars
4.5
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    1 container size
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    Long-distance service only

Local professional movers in Aurora

If you’re moving to a new home in Aurora or somewhere else in Colorado, check out these highly ranked local moving companies.
Company
Customer Rating
Services
Phone
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Movemasters, Inc.
4.9 out of 5 stars
4.9
- Packing services
- Storage services
- In-state moves
303-893-8200
Mile High Movers Today
4.9 out of 5 stars
4.9
- Packing services
- In-state moves
- Interstate moves
833-588-6887
Around The Clock Movers
4.6 out of 5 stars
4.6
- Packing services
- Cleaning services
- In-state moves
- Interstate moves
720-629-3048
EZ Moving
4.6 out of 5 stars
4.6
- Packing services
- Office relocation
- In-state moves
- Interstate moves
303-884-7410
Mesa Moving and Storage
4.1 out of 5 stars
4.1
- Packing services
- Storage services
- In-state moves
- Interstate moves
720-636-9999
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What to know about moving in Aurora

What is the cost of living in Aurora?

The average monthly cost of living for a resident of Aurora is $1,921, making it only a few dollars cheaper to live in Aurora than Denver where living costs total $1,957.1 These figures include the monthly costs for food, utilities, gas, and each city’s median rent.

Since these numbers are per-person averages, your actual living costs if you move to either city might look a little different, especially if you have dependents or own a house instead of renting.

How much do homes cost in Aurora?

In 2020, the median home value in the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood metro area was $380,900,2 which wasn’t the highest median home value in the country, but it did put Aurora firmly in the top 20 worst cities for first-time homebuyers. Long story short, if you don’t already have a ton of equity in an existing mortgage, you probably can’t afford a home in Aurora.

Unfortunately, this problem only seems to be getting worse. Between 2020 and 2021, the average price for a single-family home in Colorado jumped from $419,532 to $479,127, an increase of 14.2%.3

This increase is part of a larger trend of home prices going up across the country, and Colorado’s increase wasn’t the most drastic, but its homes were already more expensive than many other states where prices went up by similar percentages. All told, Colorado is swiftly becoming an unattainable goal for many people who want to own instead of rent.

Is Aurora growing quickly?

The 2020 population of Aurora was 393,440, making it the third-largest city in Colorado, and it’s currently growing at a rate of 1.21% every year.4 To put this into perspective, Denver’s annual rate of growth is 1.46%,5 Colorado’s yearly growth rate is 1.14%,6 and the US grows by 0.9% in an average year.7

So Aurora is growing faster than both the US and Colorado as a whole, though it isn’t growing as swiftly as Denver.

How much does a local move cost in Aurora?

The average cost for a local move ranges from $550 to $2,000 if you hire professional movers, and it can cost even more if you hire them to pack your house up as well. Renting a moving truck for your local move and doing all the work yourself is much cheaper, and it can cost anywhere between $132 and $336 for the rental rate. For mid-range price and mid-range convenience, use a moving container for your move. This option usually costs $500–$1,500 and your moving company does some of the work for you.

To learn more about moving prices and get some tips for saving money on your move, check out our guide to moving costs.

Movers in other Colorado cities

Sources

  1. Joe Roberts, “US Cities with the Lowest Cost of Living,” September 30, 2021. Accessed March 1, 2022.
  2. Joe Roberts, “The Best Metros and Towns for First-Time Homeowners,” January 25, 2021. Accessed March 1, 2022.
  3. Trevor Wheelwright, “Here’s Where Home Prices Increased the Most in the Last Year,” August 2, 2021. Accessed March 1, 2022.
  4. World Population Review, “Aurora, Colorado Population.” Accessed March 1, 2022.
  5. World Population Review, “Denver, Colorado Population.” Accessed March 1, 2022.
  6. World Population Review, “Colorado Population.” Accessed March 1, 2022.
  7. World Population Review, “United States Population.” Accessed March 1, 2022.
Joe Roberts
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Joe Roberts
Joe Roberts is a professional writer with a degree in writing studies and over four years of copywriting experience. He previously worked at Overstock.com, where he wrote about furniture, home decor, and moving. Joe has moved all over Utah, so he knows his way around a moving truck—and he spends his time (and money) expanding his personal library so it will be even heavier next time he moves.