Moving to Georgia? Some Moving Advice

Georgia, named for King George II of England, is at the heart of arts and entertainment in the South, and is over 57,906 square miles of beauty. Once you arrive in Georgia, you’ll also find an array of recreational and cultural outdoor opportunities including boating, fishing, camping, hiking and much more.

More than 100,000 people move to Georgia each and every year—and with good reason. Plan ahead to coordinate a smooth move so you can settle in to your new home quickly and start enjoying this beautiful state.

If you have children, you’ll most likely want to move during the summer months so they can get started in school at the beginning of August—yes, schools down south start much earlier in the year than up north. In fact, the real estate market really starts to heat up during the spring months, so start your search early. Of course moving to Georgia during summer months will mean dealing with hot temperatures, so stay hydrated on move day and consider hiring a moving company to take care of the heavy lifting.

Try to schedule your move time around rush hour traffic. Cities like Atlanta, GA are known for really long commute times both before and after work hours, so you may want to consider a weekend move. Also, when moving to Georgia, you’ll want to update your address with the United States Postal Service so your mail is waiting for you when you arrive.

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