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Moving will often bring about a lot of important documents that you’ll need to read over and understand like the bill of lading, among others. In order to make sure you understand the purpose of these documents, here is an overview of the most important documents you’ll come across during the moving process and what you need to do with them.
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There are many reasons why a person or a family might choose to move. These reasons can range from personal and financial reasons to employment reasons and even a simple lifestyle change or change of scenery. Getting a better grasp and understanding of these reasons might help you better prepare for your move.
What is the ProMover Program?
The American Moving & Storage Association launched the ProMover Program to give people the peace of mind they deserve when getting ready to move. The program’s main goal is to fight the spread of imposters and rogue movers who take advantage of people. Not just any mover can become a ProMover, though. Any company that wishes to become a ProMover must undergo strict review by AMSA.
Private vs. Chain Moving Companies
Consider these things when trying to decide between a privately-owned moving company and a large chain: Price, customer service, reputation, equipment, services offered and experience. Whatever aspects matter more to you, keep those at the top of your list.

Recent Moving Reviews
Very bad experience
Ocean Moving & Storage
1. The delivery man called me and asked for the money to be ready when he got there. 2. Lost some items worth a lot of money and have not responded. They said they were looking into it TODAY. It's been three/four weeks. 3. Even though there are items missing, they don't know where they are and they don't bother to cover them in the list. For example they delivered a lamp without the lampshade and the bulb. They promised to move it intact and they didn't.
Review by : Aniruddha
Posted on : 3/15/2017
Complaint
 3.0/5
They lost my items.
Sprint Van Lines
I lost two frames of my bed and the other box that I had. I noticed that after they left so I couldn't do anything. I already signed the papers that I got all my stuff so even if I called they for sure will tell me that I already signed.
Review by : Henock
Posted on : 3/2/2017
Complaint
 3.0/5
They overcharged so much
All My Sons Richmond
They charge by the hour, so they were intentionally taking a long time to move my stuff. It was obvious that they were trying to expand as much time as they could, and they had some outrageous fees. They charged me one hour worth of driving for approximately 10 minutes drive away from the current destination... So that was ridiculous. They charged me an awful $53 for saran warp, because they were going to wrap my couches. Which after I told them I didn't want them to wrap the couches, they said they had to. So it was obvious they were trying to squeeze out as much money as possible.
Review by : Stanley
Posted on : 2/23/2017
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Virginia Moving Companies and VA Relocation Services

 

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Abingdon, VA
Aldie
Alexandria, VA
Ampthill
Annandale, VA
Arlington, VA
Ashburn, VA
Ashland, VA
Azalea, VA
Bassett, VA
Blacksburg, VA
Bon Air, VA
Bristol, VA
Bristow, VA
Burke, VA
Centreville, VA
Chantilly
Charlottesville, VA
Chesapeake, VA
Chester, VA
Chesterfield, VA
Christiansburg, VA
Clifton, VA
Colonial Heights, VA
Covington, VA
Culpeper, VA
Dale City
Danville, VA
Driver, VA
Dulles
Dumfries, VA
Elkton, VA
Fairfax Station
Fairfax, VA
Falls Church
Farmville, VA
Forest Hill, VA
Forest, VA
Fort Belvoir
Fort Lee, VA
Franconia, VA
Fredericksburg, VA
Front Royal
Gainesville, VA
Glen Allen, VA
Gloucester, VA
Great Falls, VA
Hampton, VA
Harrisonburg, VA
Haymarket, VA
Henrico, VA
Herndon, VA
Hopewell, VA
Jefferson Manor
King George
Lake Ridge
Lansdowne, VA
Lee Hall
Leesburg, VA
Lexington, VA
Locust Grove, VA
Lorton, VA
Lucketts
Lynchburg, VA
Manassas Park
Manassas, VA
Martinsville, VA
Mclean, VA
Mechanicsville, VA
Midlothian, VA
Montclair, VA
Monticello, VA
Newport News
Norfolk, VA
North Springfield, VA
Northern Virginia
Oakton, VA
Palmyra, VA
Petersburg, VA
Poages Mill
Portsmouth, VA
Prince George
Purcellville
Quantico, VA
Raccoon Ford
Radford, VA
Reston
Richmond, VA
Roanoke, VA
Rosslyn, VA
Ruther Glen
Salem, VA
Saunders
Smithfield, VA
South Norfolk
South Riding
Spotsylvania
Springfield, VA
Stafford, VA
Staunton Park
Staunton, VA
Stephens City
Sterling, VA
Strasburg, VA
Sudley Springs
Suffolk, VA
Sully Station
Tabb
Triangle, VA
Tuckahoe, VA
Varina, VA
Vienna, VA
Vinton, VA
Virginia Beach
Warrenton, VA
Waynesboro, VA
West End, VA
West Mclean
Williamsburg, VA
Winchester, VA
Woodbridge, VA
Yorktown, VA

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Moving to Virginia?


One of the original 13 American colonies and commonly referred to as the “Old Dominion,” Virginia is a state rich with diverse landscapes and a wealth of history and tradition. Located in the mid-to-southern Atlantic region bordering Delaware and West Virginia to the south and North Carolina to the north, the state’s official name is the Commonwealth of Virginia and is the birthplace of eight former U.S. presidents, which is the most of any state.

Sandwiched between the Blue Ridge Mountains in the western portion of the state and the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean in the eastern portion of the state, Virginia has landscapes that range from beautiful mountain valleys to bustling coastal towns and major cities like Richmond and Alexandria.

If you’re moving to Illinois, there are a lot of things you’re going to need to know. Luckily, you’ve come to the right place.

Things to Know When Moving to Virginia

Virginia Climate

  • Virginia’s vastly differentiating landscapes offer seasonal changes that vary from region to region in regards to average temperatures. In the northwestern portion of the state, the winters tend to be quite cold with average temperatures reaching as low as 26 degrees Fahrenheit and many snowstorms common to the region. In the summer, the southern and eastern portions of the state tend to be very hot and humid with average temperatures regularly reaching the high-80s to low-90s. The Beltway area around Baltimore and Washington D.C. near the northeastern part of the state gets especially humid during the summer months and can often be the site of many thunderstorms. (Helpful Link: Virginia Weather)

Moving Specifics

  • Registering your Car: Upon your arrival in Virginia after moving to the state permanently, you have a total of 30 days to update your registration and have your vehicle registered in the state before you may be required to pay a penalty. The state law in Virginia also requires you to title the car in Virginia prior to having it registered. When this process is completed, you will receive new Virginia license plates for your car. (Helpful Link: Virginia DMV)

  • Obtaining a Virginia Driver’s License: A Virginia Driver’s License can be obtained at any Virginia DMV location. The state requires new Virginia residents aged 19 or older (unless you are a member of the military or a student) to update their license from their previous state to a Virginia driver’s license within 60 days of moving. If you fail to update your driver’s license within this 60-day window, you may have to pay a fine.

  • Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in Illinois is $352,845, while the median sales price is just over $329,900. The Virginia Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Virginia.

  • Moving and Storage: If you are looking for a moving company or storage facility to help you with anything, you should check to make sure the company is registered with the United States Department of Transportation or with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Everything you need to know about moving to the Commonwealth of Virginia can be found at the following link. (Helpful Link: Virginia State Moving Resource Page)

Schools

  • Virginia schools consistently rank very highly among the nation’s school systems. The United States Department of Education’s National Assessment of Educational Progress ranks the Virginia school system in the top 10 of all states. In the Commonwealth of Virginia schools are typically run by the individual towns and counties that they are a part of, and not by the state as a whole, which is different from how most states operate their school systems. Virginia high schools have a high graduation rate and many students stay in-state to attend one of the many great universities in Virginia such as the University of Virginia, The College of William & Mary, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond University, James Madison University and George Mason University, among many others. (Helpful Link: Virginia Schools)

Crime Rankings

As of 2011, Virginia was ranked 7th out of 50 states in violent crime, with a total of less than 10 violent crimes for every 100,000 people in the state.

Economy of Virginia

Industries

There are a number of diverse industries in Virginia and thus many different sources of income for the state’s economy. In one area, there is employment to be found in various government and military sectors, being that both Army and Navy bases are located in Virginia, as well as the headquarters of the CIA and the FBI. Also, Virginia is a leader in technology, being one of the top exporters of computer chips in the nation.

Employment Statistics

As of early 2012, the state of Virginia had a relatively low unemployment rate of 5.7 percent, compared to other states with much higher unemployment rates. In the state of Virginia, the civilian labor force is comprised of over 3.6 million citizens, 3.3 million of which are currently gainfully employed and a little less than 300,000 who are unemployed. (Helpful Link: Virginia Department of Labor)

Average Income

The median household income in the state of Virginia is $61,406, while the average per capita income for the state is $32,145.

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