As many of you likely already know, CORT's made its name on its excellent furniture rental services.
As you may already know, CORT offers home staging solutions as part of its comprehensive relocation services packages. Home staging is a rapidly growing industry, and it’s not hard to see why. After all, it helps sell your home more rapidly by increasing its appeal to prospective buyers, a really desirable goal when you’re trying to navigate through the complex, potentially stressful process of moving.
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.
We here at CORT are proud to offer an excellent selection of clearance furniture at our many furniture outlet locations across the country. Though our name is most commonly associated with our comprehensive range of furniture rental options, clearance furniture is just one more area we happen to excel at.
Home staging services, one of the many relocation-related products offered by CORT, were on utilized during a recent episode of NBC’s The Celebrity Apprentice, proof that this growing industry continues to gain mainstream support.
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.