Planning Ahead For a Winter Relocation – by Jodi Velazquez

| June 5, 2014 | 0 Comments


August 2013


Planning Ahead For a Winter Relocation

The month of May is a whirlwind for me. With half a dozen family birthdays, Mother’s Day, Confirmations, First Holy Communions, graduations, school events, etc. It’s a blur leaving me exhausted by Memorial Day!

June brings a breath of fresh air and a re-charge mode making way for my personal check list. I don’t know how it is for you but setting a goal and getting tasks done during the lazy days of summer is possible. We always hear of those who get all of their holiday shopping done in July. I tried this once but then forgot about the items I purchased and where I had put them by the time December came around. I found them in January. Typical overwhelmed mom. I am not really sure either how much money you can actually save by shopping in the summer for December gifts. I think there are some pretty generous holiday sales usually. But, one thing that I know for sure, you can definitely save money on a winter relocation and now is the perfect time to start preparing and planning for it. Why will you save money when relocating in the winter?

Here are three reasons why relocating in the winter months can be less expensive:

  1. Fuel costs are usually less expensive in the winter months reducing the cost of fuel for transporting your household goods on a moving van and transporting your own personal vehicle(s).
  2. Moving companies may offer better prices due to it not being “moving season” which is typically May through September – lower demand.
  3. Moving supplies may cost less due to low demand also.

So, if you are considering relocating in the winter months start planning now by ordering my just released this spring of 2014 Slick Move Guide Latest Edition. Some of my moving advice was featured in Woman’s World Magazine – April 24, 2014 edition as I was interviewed as an Ultimate Expert on the subject of relocation.

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Thank you for reading.


Jodi Velazquez

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