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How is September looking for real estate sales? - 09/20/10 09:29 AM
Seems like the data shows that July had a major down turn for sales transactions....How have your sales looked for September? We seem to be seeing a little jump in demand for moving services for October moves. (0 comments)
I read a post last week of some one with 250,000 points is that the record?
Roll call what do you have?
Moving (13 comments)
Free movers and real estate advertising (do follow links) - 09/09/10 09:19 PM
Stumbled upon this site doing research that allows you to post a free ad and include do follow links. If you use it please use it responsibly and give some link love back to your friendly mover who shared it with you movers and shakers :)
Seek on - 09/08/10 11:57 AM
SeekOn/Atlanta (0 comments)
Steps to follow to hire an Atlanta mover - 09/08/10 10:55 AM
I recently wrote a article published on Buzzle about the process a Atlanta moving customer should follow in order to hire the best possible movers for there relocation project.
Atlanta movers are not all the same many movers do not even have a liscence many chane the name of the moving company every 12 months so you need to be careful.
Here is the link to how to hire a mover (1 comments)
Whats the longest active listing that you finally sold - 09/08/10 06:58 AM
I am not a real estate agent but am involved with the relocation industry as an Atlanta moving company. Most not all of our customers are moving from a residence they sold to a new residence. When I do on site relocation estimates for the upcoming move I always ask "how long did it take to sell your home"? Just curious to hear from the real estate pros what is the longest continual listing (one that you kept even if you had to update the listing agreement) that you actually then were able to sell? (6 comments)
Google places - 09/07/10 08:00 PM
Any one use a google places/maps seo company that they have had good luck with (i.e. moved an existing business up to page one with out it getting banned)? I have covered the basics plus some. My listing used to me number one for Atlanta movers for more than a year but through the changes google has made to there algorithm I have drooped to the second page. (0 comments)
What will the rest 2010 moving season look like? - 09/07/10 03:08 PM
2009 was a down year over all for most moving companies with some in the media declaring a depression for relocation. 2010 will be a hard year to predict. Will the moving market stay in the dull drums or will this be the year that housing prices and low-interest rates finally get folks off the fence and into new homes? Or will 2010 be the year that many home owners were forced to stay in the home they own because they owned more than it is currently worth or they are unable to sell because the other comps they are competing (1 comments)
Atlanta moving season - 09/07/10 01:35 PM
Ok Atlanta summer moving season is upon us and moving is in full swing. The good news is the moving season has heated up…the bad news is the summer moving is heated up. Man it is hot outside. All kidding aside when you move during the summer you and or your movers need to take extra precautions to deal with the heat and glaring sun. First make sure you eat a balanced meal the morning of the move. Second make sure to realize that moving is a marathon not a sprint. If you start running around thinking you will get the (1 comments)
Atlanta school in...Movers out and summers almost over - 09/07/10 01:33 PM
Well Atlanta we can almost call the summer of 2010 moving and relocation season over. Soon the overly hot days will start to cool off. The days will darken earlier in the day. And foot ball will begin (no not that preseason NFL stuff) the real foot ball SEC. When moving try to keep in mind that your friendly Atlanta movers are keeping an eye on the pig skin classics on Saturdays starting in about 2 1/2 weeks. So be kind book your Atlanta move on Friday or Sunday . Just joshing can’t wait for the fall moving and football (1 comments)
Who is your team and how did they play Saturday? - 09/07/10 01:25 PM
I have to say it I am a Gator fan trapped in Alanta GA :) Boy did we (the Florida Gators) look awful this past weekend. We won but it was almost more painful as a victory than as a loss. Florida just had a really tuff time moving the ball. How did your team play? (2 comments)
Movers guide to insurance/valuation part 3 of 3 - 09/03/10 09:37 PM
Part three of three in my series looking to clarify for cusotmers what is availible from Georgia movers "insurance/valuation coverage" and what each option covers and costs. In this installment we look at "full valuation coverage" with and with out a deductible.
Link to part three of a movers explanation of moving insurance (1 comments)
Movers guide to moving insurance/valuation coverage part 2 of 3 - 09/03/10 09:26 PM
We further discuss the options available to customers moving in Georgia for moving insurance through a licensed mover. Part two looks specifically at option "depreciated value" one of the three options that all legal movers must offer it's moving customers prior to beginning a move. Here is a link to part 2 of 3 the full article Movers insurance Georgia (0 comments)
Some extra savings for those looking for an Atlanta moving company http://maps.google.com/coupons/page?oi=lbc&did=0_9001939556488552734&hl=en-US&gl=US Moving moving moving keep Atlanta moving (1 comments)
Atlanta movers reviews 1-866-U-Moving top customer rated - 09/02/10 11:40 AM
When looking for professional moving help for your upcoming relocation project make sure to spend a little extra time researching possible movers. The Internet has greatly enhanced your ability as a consumer to check out moving companies prior to choosing one. A few suggested locations for check an Atlanta mover are: kudzu.com, yelp.com, city search.com, Atlanta Better Business Bureau, as well as the Georgia Public service commission. We at 1-866-U-moving have worked hard over the last six years to earn a A+ rating with the BBB, top ratings on kudzu and yelp.com, with zero customer complaints with the PSC (the psc (0 comments)
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