Moving to the Southern Methodist University

Ready to move to Dallas and root for Peruna at games? Congratulations on picking the Southern Methodist University in Texas as your college destination! You’ll be donning Harvard red and Yale blue as an SMU Mustang! Are you ready? It’s time to sort out your housing situation in Dallas, so make sure you’ve applied early […]

Moving to the San Diego State University

San Diego is a popular California destination for tourists, and it’s no wonder why with its beautiful water, climate and activities; so imagine what attending college in San Diego would be like! Congratulations on choosing San Diego State University as your higher education destination! Are you ready to join the Aztec family? SDSU is a […]

Moving to the University of Southern California

Headquartered near the heart of Los Angeles, the University of Southern California is one of the top California picks for college students. And who can blame them with the bustling energy of the city and relaxing vibes from the PCH? Ready to embark on the Trojan journey? Before you join the The Spirit of Troy marching […]

Moving to the Pratt Institute

Looking to become a designer, artists or architect while living in one of the most artistic and exciting cities in the states? If you’ve been accepted to the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY then your dream is about to become a reality. Founded in 1887, the Pratt Institute has become one of the top art […]

Storage in Philadelphia

Whether you’re moving to Philadelphia or just need more space, finding storage in Philadelphia is relatively easy with a little planning.  Philly is a densely populated city with several colleges and universities right in the center of town.  Students tend to need storage during the summer and winter months, so reserving your storage unit ahead […]

Moving to Phoenix

As one of the fastest growing cities of 2013, it is no wonder you have decided to move to Phoenix! The beautiful southwest has a lot to offer, but there are some things to consider when moving to the Valley of the Sun: Phoenix may be one of the largest city in the United States, […]

Storage in New York City

Whether you live in Manhattan, Brooklyn, or the Bronx, there is a good chance you dream of more storage space! The lack of storage space in New York City homes is just a small set back that is easy to overcome, especially when you live in one of the greatest cities! If you are moving […]

Moving to the School of Art Institute of Chicago

So you want to be an artist, filmmaker, architect, photographer, videographer or writer? The School of Art Institute of Chicago, called SAIC for short, is the perfect place if you’re looking for a career in an art field. It has been recognized as the most influential art school in the nation, and rightfully so as […]

Storage in Boston

Do you need storage in Boston? Boston is a beautiful city with great culture, dining, history and wonderful schools and colleges. Boston is a great place to live, and as a result, most of the housing is going to be smaller and more expensive from the high demand. Having less space and less in-home storage […]

Moving to the University of Pennsylvania

Ready to head over to an Ivy League? Congratulations on being accepted to the University of Pennsylvania, or UPenn for short! It’s one of the original nine colonial colleges and its founder was Benjamin Franklin. Its rich history includes the first school of medicine and first school of business in the U.S. Located in Philadelphia, […]

Moving to Chicago

Getting ready to move to Chicago is an exciting adventure.  You’re moving to the city known for its mouth watering deep dish pizza, beef sandwiches, hot dogs, history, culture and die hard sports fans!  Preparing for your Move: Whether your moving to Chicago or within the city, you have to be prepared to load and/unload […]

Moving to Washington DC: Part 2

Welcome back to Moving to Washington DC! This is part two of the series, so if you haven’t yet, be sure to catch up on Part 1 before reading any further. If you have read the first part, however, we hope that you’ve had enough time to think about what type of housing you want […]