It can be rather difficult to find quality Seattle furniture stores. Just like anywhere, there’s a large number of them spread throughout the city, and they aren’t often the target of social media reviews like restaurants, so it can be hard to determine which ones offer the highest quality furniture.
Relocation can be a complicated process for even one person. There are so many elements one must take into consideration, and they all need to be juggled. And unless there’s a bit of a masochistic streak in you, chances are none of the aforementioned tasks are actually things you want to do.
CORT’s local market touring services have really received a boost in popularity in recent months, according to a recent press release. As local apartment complexes look to expand their reach, many are buying into the value that a partnership with a national furniture rental and relocation services organization like CORT can offer.
Moving can be a really stressful, harried time in your life. Even if the move is for entirely positive reasons—you got a promotion and are relocating to corporate headquarters, say, or you and your new spouse are moving into the suburbs to raise a family—it’s still a complicated, unwieldy process rife with difficulties, trials, and tribulations.
If you’re planning on making a move, even if it’s (theoretically) next door, writing up a moving checklist is an absolute must. Done right, such a list will help you organize your tasks in a handy, one-glance format, so you can be sure you won’t be forgetting anything.
Who needs relocation services?
Let’s think about it. You’re an upwardly mobile, ambitious, valuable employee of a fast-paced, growing organization. You find a great career opportunity in the Bay Area and decide to relocate to San Fransisco.
At CORT, furniture rental is just one of the many moving-related services we offer. We also offer temporary housing services, clearance furniture for sale, and relocation services, among other things. It’s the latter that we aim to spotlight today, because it’s not your typical burly-men-in-a-moving-van program.