Congratulations, you got a new job! This is a breathtaking opportunity, but before you gleefully say, “Yes!”, you should talk to your new employer about a moving package. After all, you must pick up and move to a new city, and if they really want you and the skills you have to offer, most large companies will easily accept the negotiations you put on the table.
The problem is that most people get so wrapped up in the excitement of the new job, they often forget about all the details and expenses of moving! Or, some people are afraid that if they put too many stipulations in the deal, the company might change their mind and hire someone else. You must be confident, secure and okay with this part of the moving process. Look at it this way; the worst they could say is “No”. So, you have nothing to lose.
Here are 7 tips to negotiate moving for a job:
1. Approach: Keep in mind you are asking your new employer, rather than demanding. Be friendly, professional and confident in your requests.
2. Housing: Determine where you will be staying when you arrive in your new town, will they provide hotel / accommodations or pay for the first month’s rent at a new place for you? It doesn’t hurt to ask.
3. Storage: You may need to store your belongings until you find your permanent residence. If so, ask your employer for 3 – 6 months’ worth of storage rental space.
4. Moving: Hiring a moving company in Mandeville will be your biggest expense, so make sure to negotiate either a partial or whole house transport. You should get an estimate from the Louisiana moving company prior to asking the employer for reimbursement. Keep in mind this is a tax deduction for the employer.
5. Extraneous Expenses: Whenever you move in Hammond, New Orleans, Covington, or beyond the state lines, there will be miscellaneous expenses that occur. Ask for a stipend to cover these out-of-pocket expenses. If you plan it right, you may be able to use this money towards a new house or apartment, etc.
6. Discuss the Relocation Package Before Acceptance: Ask the company if (and what) they offer as part of a relocation package before you accept the position. It will not benefit you and your family if you start off a new job by getting into debt, so explaining this to the new employer is only reasonable.
7. Counter Proposal if Needed: Put everything on paper that you can imagine it will cost to move. If the relocation package is a low offer and it will be more of a setback than a step ahead for your career, don’t be shy about renegotiating.
This is an exciting time for you in your career and with your family in tow, you can make the most of your move to a new city or state. Atmosphere Movers is here to assist you through this momentous time of your life. Get an estimate with no obligation or hassle today, just contact us with the mini form on the home page.
Few people understand the difference between moving brokers vs. movers, especially if they do not plan on doing the actual move themselves. Whether you are moving across town or within the state of Louisiana, our Hammond moving company can explain the primary differences between the two. By the time you get through this, you may decide that hiring a moving company in LA is easier if you have the knowledge.
A moving broker is basically a middleman between you – the mover – and the moving company. Moving brokers do not have the equipment, trucks or staff to move. They serve from a sales standpoint to secure the lowest rate for their clients. They may give estimates for a move either through an online platform or via the phone and then collect a “brokerage” fee from the mover. The brokers then put the estimates out for bid to moving companies in Covington, Hammond, New Orleans, or anywhere in the state. The advantage for the customer is that they may save money by getting the lowest price for the move.
However, there are certain risks that come with using a moving broker. What if a moving company does not accept the job – either because the bid is too low or perhaps because the customer is too rural – or because the estimate does not match up with the amount of stuff the customer has to move? A client could be left high and dry on moving day in this scenario. Also, some brokers might hire unlicensed or uninsured Mandeville moving companies, which could lead to additional fees and/or inexperienced movers doing the work.
It is important to know that all moving brokers in Louisiana and throughout the country, for that matter, must be registered with the FMCSA: The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. They must also give the client a booklet and brochure which outlines the rights and responsibilities of moving. They should also have a list of the moving companies in LA that they use and only hire moving companies in Mandeville that are registered with FMCSA. Moving brokers must also have a written contract with those moving companies, as well as referencing in their marketing materials the actual business location, motor carrier number and broker status that they are not the ones to transport goods. Brokers arrange for the moving services, but they are not the ones to carry out the task.
In contrast, moving companies in Mandeville, New Orleans, Hammond and throughout Louisiana are the ones who accept and carry out the move for the customer. They will give an estimate that is more accurate than the broker’s because they typically visit the house with the customer and can physically see how much stuff there is to move. There is more confidence in hiring a moving company directly, rather than going through a broker.
If you are moving in Mandeville or beyond, it may be worth a few extra dollars to hire a Louisiana moving company directly, rather than going through a broker. They are only in the game to sell the services and make money from the commission, whereas the moving company is the company that will be providing the service and making the effort to please the customer.
Whichever way you choose, make sure you hire the most professional movers in Mandeville that you can afford, while not busting your moving budget. Contact Atmosphere Movers at 866-766-8363 to get a realistic quote today.
These days, people use apps on their smart phones and devices for just about everything. It makes perfect sense to help you stay organized, so why not take advantage of apps to help you move?
Atmosphere Movers is on the move in Mandeville, LA! We strive to make the moving process easy and hassle-free for our customers. Our Louisiana moving company gives customers peace of mind that comes with hiring a moving company that cares about your time, budget and belongings.
Check out these 8 Great Apps to help you move smarter (not harder!):
1. First, start with a great checklist. Todoist is great for creating tasks, and you can even create tasks that cannot be completed. Why would you do such a thing? To make sure you don’t forget or accidentally erase the other important things on the checklist, of course! Wunderlist and Trello are two more app choices which serve similar purposes of creating lists and completing tasks.
2. Finding contractors and/or cleaning companies to do repairs and deep cleaning prior to your move can be done with Angie’s List or TaskRabbit. Both can be viewed and used on Android or iOS devices.
3. Get digitally organized with an app that takes inventory of your belongings as you pack. Sortly is a handy digital organizer that lets you know where you packed your stapler, favorite sweater or child’s toy. You can also upgrade to a paid account for box labels and to import/export lists of your household inventory. This is also a great idea to have for insurance purposes!
4. Zillow is more than just a place to search for real estate rentals, land and homes for sale. It also gives you great statistics for the new town you are moving to; right down to the neighborhood. You can find out the best schools, crimes that have occurred, or locate nearby places to eat. You can compare home values and determine the taxes in your new residence, plus so much more. In fact, many people use Zillow even before hiring a realtor.
5. After you hire a moving company in Mandeville and get into your new house, you may need to find help with anything from painting or landscaping; to cleaning or pool services. Thumbtack is a great app to find such services.
6. An app called MagicPlan allows you to take pictures of your empty, new space and then view the floor plans in 3D. You can then virtually ‘decorate’ and this will help you to know whether that big bedroom set will fit or how those curtains will look with your décor, etc. Be creative with this nifty app!
7. Wanting to make friends and get to know some new people in your new community? Meetup has literally every type of social meeting group your heart desires. You’ll find meetups for Mommy playdates at the park, business networking groups, women-only socials, or book reading clubs, sporting events and much more. Start out by immersing yourself in the new community and it will help you to adjust quickly.
8. MOVED is another popular moving app that serves as a concierge. It matches you with a personal assistant that can help you follow through with every step of the moving process. It works through texts and is free throughout the USA. Moved gets paid from affiliates and referrals, so there is no cost to use the app.
9. Facebook Marketplace and Craigslist are both great places to find gently used furniture items, décor, and many other things you may need in your new residence.
So, there you have it! Once you are finished with an app, you may wish to delete it and get that space back on your device. Some of these apps not only work on iOS or Android, they can be used on watches and tablets, too.
Once you finally reach your new residence after moving, you wouldn’t be the first person to say, “Where is my…?” or “I forgot my…” and you can fill in the blank with any number of things. Our New Orleans, LA moving company frequently gets calls from customers after completing a move. They sometimes ask if we remember seeing a certain item or two during the moving process. So, rest assured, you are not losing your mind. Almost everyone forgets things when moving, as there are certainly a lot of details to remember.
Below you’ll find a mini checklist of commonly-forgotten items and tasks that should be done prior to and during your move.
Coffee Makers: That last cup of coffee on moving day could make you totally forget to unplug and pack the coffee maker. Bring the mug, too; you’re going to need it!
Mail: Don’t forget to put a forwarding date on your mail and turn it in at your local post office. Also, check your mailbox once last time right as you leave the driveway.
Items/Prescriptions in Medicine Cabinet: Did you remember to clear out the medicine cabinet and bring your toothbrushes and toothpaste?
Tools: You may have used the hammer to do some last-minute repairs, or the screwdriver to take your pictures off the wall. Don’t forget to pack these when you are finished.
Phone/Device Wall Chargers: These also get used right up until the last second of moving, but don’t forget to take it out of the outlet and put it in your car.
Records: Be sure to check every drawer to keep your personal records with you. This would be detrimental!
Hidden Valuables: Do you have a safe or nook that you store jewelry and other valuables or cash? You will kick yourself if you forget these things, so do a double and triple check to make sure you have not left any valuables behind.
Library Books or Movie Rentals: Don’t forget to return your Red Box movie and library books, as well as any other borrowed items that you might be charged with later.
Toilet Bowl Cleaners, Plungers and Wastebaskets: These small, yet yucky accessories often get forgotten simply because they are the last thing on people’s minds when they are packing to move.
Dry Cleaning: Make sure to pick up any items you have left at the dry cleaner, as well as tailors, repair places, pawn shop items, etc.
Lamps/Lights: They seem like they fit in with your décor, so often people forget lamps and clip-on lights, etc.
Outdoor Items: Kids’ bicycles, scooters, lawn toys and items underneath or near your home often get forgotten because people focus more on packing the interior and put less emphasis on the exterior. Don’t forget to check outside and the parameters of your yard/lawn to make sure everything comes with you.
Cancelling Memberships: It can be costly to discover months after you move that you are still being charged a monthly fee for health clubs, country clubs, tanning facilities and other places where monthly memberships are required. Most gyms will cancel or transfer your membership if you are moving, if it is possible to do so. You may be able to get out of the contract if you explain that you are moving to a city that does not offer their services.
Plants: Rather than packing the plants, sometimes the homeowners leave them behind. It is better to give away or donate the plants, as they may not get watered and cared for if you move away.
Pets: Make sure your pets come with you. Cats are especially known to run away when they sense change – such as packing moving boxes, etc. – so they may try to hide. Amid chaos, you may forget about the pet and then come to realize your dog or cat is missing; hours later.
Keys: Another commonly forgotten item includes keys. Remember that spare key you used to hide under the mat in the back of your house just in case you ever got locked out? Make sure to check all drawers, hooks and other places you hide spare keys.
Notifying Bank & Credit Cards: Make sure to tell your bank and credit card companies you are moving. If they see any suspicious activities, they may freeze your account, which could put your finances in a predicament.
Food: Get a cooler and put some food in it for the ride to your new house. You’re probably going to be hungry on the way, and once you get there. Clear out the fridge and cupboards so that nothing is left behind for the next people to find – or for the critters after you leave.
Cleaning Supplies: People typically clean when they move out of an old place, so make sure to check under the sink or anywhere you keep the chemicals, rags, sponges, buckets, etc. used for cleaning. Also check in the bathtub for soap and other hidden items.
Curtains and hardware: The rods and curtains often get left behind, but you may need them in your new home. Better pack them a few days in advance just to make sure they don’t make the list of forgotten items!
Items in Storage Areas: Those overhead bins in your garage, attic, basement or closets get overlooked sometimes. As they say, “Out of sight; out of mind.” Check every corner, high and low!
When you are downsizing or moving your house, you may find a need to rent a storage unit. Anytime your home becomes overloaded with too much stuff, this might be another reason you would consider renting a storage space. Once you determine this to be the case, choosing a storage facility can be as simple as using Google to find a few choices within a 2 – 5-mile radius of your home. The closer, the better; since you may be making multiple trips. Convenience and price will most likely be the top factors in determining the best storage company in Mandeville, LA; or within your town.
After choosing the right storage company, you will next have to decide what size your space should be. For many people, it can be tough to imagine just how large a 5 ft. X 10 ft. unit really is. Is it too small? Too big? Perhaps you will need an 8 ft. X 10 ft. space or even 10 ft. X 12 ft., which is really large. If you have a big house, then the latter might be the easy choice.
However, storage unit prices are based on a per square foot rate, which is rented monthly. You might find some storage facilities will offer incentives to keep you renting as long as possible. For example, they might waive the deposit of the first month’s rent if you sign a commitment to rent the storage unit for a minimum of six months. Or, they might give you a free month with similar terms. Whatever the promotion or special they are running, you will first need to know how much space you need to fit your belongings.
Here are some simple guidelines to help you avoid the guessing game. After all, you don’t want to rent one that is too small and then need an upgrade later. This would be burdensome and time consuming.
First, gather the belongings that you will be putting in storage. If you don’t have them ready quite yet, then just clear a space in the middle of your garage and use boxes to resemble the things you will be moving to storage.
Next, use tape or yardsticks, etc. to draw a big square in the garage. Start with the 5 ft. X 10 ft. measurement and then move the items to that taped area. Make sure you do not stack them too high, but just for the purposes of the demonstration, you should make it realistic. If the 5 ft. X 10 ft. seems too small, go to the next size; and so forth.
Keep in mind that most storage units have ceilings of about 8 ft., which means you can only go so high. You should also avoid using garbage bags instead of boxes, because they lack ventilation. Your clothes or paperwork, etc. will literally mildew in the bag, rendering them worthless and not worth storing. Use boxes. You can call Atmosphere Movers to get boxes, or most of the storage facilities will have some you can buy.
Once you visually see how much stuff you need to move to storage, then you should go in and make a reservation and pick up your key. Don’t forget to buy a padlock, as this is required by most storage facilities. If you don’t bring your own padlock, the storage company may charge you for one.
We know that finding a storage location while moving can be a difficult task – but Atmosphere Movers can help! We offer storage solutions in Louisiana for both business and personal moves. Call us at 1-866-766-8363 for more information on our storage services.
When moving from Mandeville, Hammond, New Orleans, or beyond, you pack items with the utmost care. You’ll probably use newspapers, bubble wrap and sturdy boxes to ensure the safe arrival of your belongings in your new home. However, there are some things you should not pack when moving.
If you plan to hire professional movers in New Orleans, there are some items that are hazardous, perishable and/or ‘non-allowable.’ Do you know what they are? This list should help you make the choice of whether to pack or not pack certain things.
1. Some Important Valuables
Many items should be kept on your person, rather than leaving them for the movers to do for you. Here’s a mini list of items that you do not want to get lost among the piles of belongings:
Because of the climates we have in Louisiana, our Slidell movers do not recommend putting household plants on our moving trucks. It gets hot in the moving truck. Your precious plants also can’t withstand the jolting and jostling, especially if boxes were to shift during the ride. You don’t want to take any chances of boxes or furniture falling on top of them. If you’re not ready to part with the plants, ask your friends or relatives to care for them while you are transitioning. Or, consider donating the plants to schools, churches, hospitals, or nursing homes.
3. Medication for You and Your Pet
We simply cannot take any chances when it comes to medications or prescriptions, so while packing your bathroom and cabinets, please take them out and keep them on your person. This goes for your pet, too. Talk to your doctors and the vets for your furry companions. You must transfer the prescription for both of you before moving into your new home.
4. Perishable Food
It goes without saying, but when there is a strong possibility of damage, spoil, or attracting insects to your well-packed boxes, don’t take any chances. Avoid wasting your time packing food items during your move.
If you have guns, firearms, fireworks or toxic substances, do not pack them for your Hammond moving company; we simply cannot take them on our moving trucks throughout Louisiana.
6. Dispose of Flammable Items
The local fire department might suggest how to dispose of items such as gasoline, aerosol, paints, and so on. These should also not be packed.
7. Bathroom liquids
Some of the liquids in your bathroom – such as soap, shampoo, hair coloring systems, etc. – can be very hazardous. Therefore, you should either donate them or give them away to friends and family.
Finally, it is useful to ask your moving company to initiate the non-allowable checklist before you start packing. This will help you save time and frustration on moving day.
If you have any questions about what to pack or what not to pack when moving in Louisiana, call our helpful Mandeville LA movers at 866-766-8363.
If you find yourself at a place in life that you no longer need a big home – perhaps because you are moving to a region that the property values are higher, or because the kids are moving away to college, etc. – then you may find the need to downsize. Even with the best of intentions, it will be difficult to take everything with you. Moving requires a lot of organization and de-cluttering, but this is a chance to make a fresh start without all the “stuff” you had in the bigger house. Unfortunately, it can feel like you are sentimentally attached to everything you touch.
Here are some useful tips to help you downsize most effectively:
1. Allow for Enough Time
Do you have a target move date? You’ll need a lot more than a few days or even a few weeks, but if you find yourself in a position of having to move quickly (i.e. – your house sells the day you put it on the market, etc.), then you had better get busy! Ideas to declutter include holding a yard sale, donating items you no longer use, giving lots of things away to friends and family or people who need them, or selling them on an app such as Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist, eBay, etc.
2. Get Temporary Storage Space
If you have a lot of possessions, it can be difficult to move into a smaller place, especially if you need to move in a hurry. In this case, renting a storage unit nearby might be a great solution until you figure out what to do with some of those things you no longer need or have room for.
3. Start with Extraneous Items First
Once you start the moving process, start with the closets first. You can separate the junk and the things you are no longer using in the basement, garage, or spare room etc. Start with the main rooms first, because those items are the things you probably use the most.
4. Ignore Duplicate Items
Some items need to be close at your hand, no matter how large or small the space is you are moving into. If you find duplicate items too that you think you should not be attached to, this is a good time to get rid of them. For example, glassware, bedding and other items that are simply taking up space. People collect magazines, books and knick-knacks over the years, but when downsizing, you may need to really evaluate the items to determine those you need or use the most.
5. Get Organizational Totes and Shelving
In the new place, you don’t want to live with all the clutter you had in a larger space. A great solution for these eyesores are the totes, storage bins or cute buckets that will hold (and hide) the items that once took up too much room.
6. Minimize Furniture
Take a tally of your furniture and whether it gets used a lot. If you have chairs or large sofas, benches, ottomans, entertainment centers or other furniture items that are filling up the rooms of your large home, this is the time to downsize and minimize. Do you really need a sectional couch in a small condo? Or a large dining room table? Just choose functionality and practicality over décor when you are on the quest for downsizing.
Although our moving company in Mandeville cannot tell you what to keep or what to bring with you, our friendly movers are always available to offer advice. We want to help you make your new move to New Orleans, Hammond or anywhere in Louisiana as smooth as possible. Contact Us today to get a free moving quote!
During a move, it is easy to overlook some of the finer details. This is normal! It is just part of the hustle and bustle of moving, whether you are moving in Mandeville, New Orleans, or beyond. Follow the tips below and you will be less likely to forget things during your Louisiana move.
Planning Your Move: Create a Checklist
It goes without saying that you will be very busy during your household move. You may not have time to organize or remember everything. It is best to make a checklist at least one or two months prior to your move. You can also find some pre-made checklists online. Some of these checklists will include what to do and how far in advance it needs to be done, which can help you to avoid errors and forgetfulness. Include what you want to move, how you should move it, and whom you will choose as your moving company in Louisiana.
Packing: Clearly Mark Boxes
Before you could tape the boxes shut, it is important to label them with the room they go in. “Bedroom” or “Master Bath” will help the moving company to know where to set your boxes down in the next house. For your own purposes, you can go the extra mile by marking them with a subtitle. This will streamline your ability to get your rooms up and organized most efficiently. For example, you could mark the box: “Home Office: Bookcase Items” and this way you will know exactly what is inside the box and where it goes. This can save you a ton of time and frustration
Moving Survival: Pack an ‘Open-First’ Box
There will be essentials that you need most. You may arrive at your new home before the Mandeville moving company does, but rest assured they are not far behind. In the meantime, your survival box can be packed with the most essential items. Some ideas for things to pack within this box include:
Snacks and water bottles
Phone, charger, pen drive or some other electronics.
Toilet paper and napkins, paper plates, cups, etc.
A few non-perishable food items
Pet food and dish
Child’s favorite toy/blanket
Flashlight, batteries, etc.
People: Don’t Forget to Say Goodbye
Your relatives and most of your friends already know you are moving. However, don’t forget about the caregivers and other people you see every day. Your neighbors, the mailman, babysitters, etc. Don’t forget to say goodbye and if appropriate, you can give a card, baked goods or small gift.
Pets: Making the Move Easier for Your Fur Babies
Just like people, pets get stressed about moving. They like routines and feeling comfortable, so it may be difficult for your cat, dog or other types of pets to adjust. Many pets have a hard time enduring a long journey and getting acclimated with a new environment. You may notice strange behaviors before and after the move. You should consult with your pet’s vet to get their records and obtain advice about how to make the move easiest for your pet.
Finally, it is also important that you take care of your children on the day you are moving. You might want to ask relatives or friends to help you watch them so that you can devote most of your attention to the packing and laborious tasks of moving.
Hiring a moving company in Mandeville will make your move less stressful. Atmosphere Movers is ready to give you a helping hand. Call 866-766-8363 for a quote and personalized attention.
Moving is exciting, yet stressful. Just think about it as the next chapter of your life! Keeping your items safe and secure when you hire a moving company in New Orleans is very important while moving; no matter if you are moving across the town or state. Here is a list of ideas to keep your items protected during the move.
1. Secure the Valuable Items First
Remember that only you or your trusted ones should move the bank records, depository, computer, cell phone, jewelry, or other important items while moving. You might not want others to have a look at your personal documents, too. Keeping them with you will prevent them from getting lost among the boxes you have packed.
2. Theft Prevention
It is not a good idea to post or share selfies of your valuables on social media. It might sound like common sense, but this is one method the thieves use to go to your home and attempt to burglarize. Stay off social media for the duration of your move; it is nobody’s business except yours.
3. Take Inventory
Keep a record of all the belongings that you are moving with. You can take quick photos of the items before putting them in the boxes. Make sure your Slidell moving company has a physical copy of the list, if needed. This will come in handy for insurance purposes.
4. Speaking of Insurance…
Your moving company might promise you the full value replacement for anything they break or damage. Yet, you should take precaution and sign up for ‘full value replacement insurance’ with your private insurer, just to be on the safe side.
5. Packing Well
Before you move, pack your belongings with the best suppliers, so that you can move simply and painlessly. Use sturdy boxes, heavy-duty tape and mark each box clearly with the room it should go in to ensure the security of your items.
6. Oversee the Movers
If you are using a Covington moving company, you can help them by politely offering instructions. Stay out of their way, but be available in case they have questions about any of your belongings that are pre-packed and ready to load on the moving truck.
7. Respect Goes a Long Way
It goes without saying that your Louisiana moving company will be happy if you treat them with respect. Keep communications on a professional level and your LA movers will also go the extra mile to ensure your valuable items make it safely to their destination.
Atmosphere Movers can help you move anywhere in Louisiana. Call 866-766-8363 to get an estimate today, and get moving!
Moving into a new neighborhood is something most people will experience within their lifetimes. However, many new homeowners make the mistake of choosing the home they fall in love with; without finding out more about the neighborhood. This is not something you want to take to chance, especially if you are planning on buying a home or renting for a long time.
These are primary factors you must research about a neighborhood you are interested in moving to:
Quality of life; i.e. – parks, proximity to parks, public transits etc.
Quality of education; research the schools your children will be attending.
Tax rating system.
Safety and crime rating.
Renting before buying.
Quality of Life
Prior to going to look at a house, look at the whole neighborhood. You would like to have parks, libraries, coffee shops, fitness centers, art galleries, or bike paths, etc. Bring your list and as you look around, put a checkmark next to those things the desired neighborhood does have. Does your community have multiple transit paths to make your everyday commute traffic-free? Many people hate living in a neighborhood that is close to loud or busy places, such as factories, airport terminals, etc. Decide upon all the amenities you want for optimal quality of life before buying your new house.
Quality of Education
Finding high quality public or charter school districts is very important. If you have kids or plan to have them, consider the quality of the schools where your kids would be enrolling. There’s a website called Great Schools that shows the rating of the school(s) your children will be attending. You can research the demographics, test scores and read reviews of the school left by other parents. It is surprising how many times people buy a house only to realize the school zone that is attached to the address can turn out to be less-than-desirable for your child’s education.
It is very important to know the local taxes in your neighborhood of interest. Property taxes and other expenses might influence rising rates, such as moving to an area prone to flooding, etc. Remember to ask the realtor about other additional expenses, such as living in a neighborhood with HOA, a country club or condominium. While you’re at it, find out how much insurance will cost; so that you don’t get a big sticker shock if the rate is much higher than you were expecting.
Everyone wants to live in a safe and secure neighborhood. Before you move, do some research to see the crime rate and/or criminal activities that took place within the neighborhood you wish to live. There is an easy way to do this. You can visit one of the well-known real estate websites, and scroll down to “neighborhoods”. This will lead you to a graph that shows the crime that has occurred in that neighborhood, what it was and how frequently. You can also look up any neighbors listed on the sex offender’s registry, so that you don’t accidentally move in next to any predators. It pays to thoroughly research the home you are interested in; rather than buying the first thing that comes along.
Renting before buying
It might be better to rent first in a neighborhood of interest. This will help you to learn if you like the neighborhood and perhaps buy something later when you decide the neighborhood is right to you.
Finally, finding a perfect neighborhood where you can get everything you want is sometimes impossible. Compromises may need to be made, but you can always decide what is best for you and your family when you plan a move in Louisiana.
When you are ready to locate a moving company in New Orleans, Covington, or anywhere in Louisiana, Atmosphere Movers can be reached at 866-766-8363.