Atlanta Makes Moving Easier

I hate moving.

This is not hyperbole or overstated underenthusiasm here…I really hate it.

Aside from the pain of having to comb through Apartment for Rent books, CL ads, CraigsList classifieds and personal recommendations, finding a place is enough of a pain alone to stay where you’re already living. Top that off with trying to connect all your services by calling all your service providers and you have one gigantic pain in the patoot.

Luckily for Atlantans, there’s Promove and AllConnect.

Promove is easy because they do all the legwork of finding apartments and haggling for specials for you. Just tell them where you want to live, what your price range is, and they’ll search their database of apartments and condos to find you your perfect pad. They’ll also work with apartments by asking the hard questions, getting you the straight facts, and often times cheaper rent and application fees.
Nothing like an extra set of eyes looking out for you.

So once you’ve found that nice spot and you’re ready to move, then you get with AllConnect. A quick 20-30 minute call with them and they’ll set up ALL of your services (electricity, phone, HSI, etc.) at your specified date and will work with you if there’s any conflicts or fees you have to pay.

With all that said, I’m glad I used them for my current move. Now all I have to do is wait for the movers on Friday and I’m set. Check these Atlanta-based convenience services out for your next move; you’ll be very glad you did.

2 Comments so far

  1. Amber (unregistered) on June 22nd, 2005 @ 12:23 am

    Good to know… I had been wondering if ProMove was legit.

    Could you please take down that animated gif though? Come on…

  2. 4rentinla (unregistered) on October 4th, 2005 @ 4:58 am

    Yep- it’s good movement- use either sush service or use internet (for apartment rental companies. some offer services for free)

    apartment for rent in LA

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