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How Much Does it Cost to Move Locally in Atlanta?

Moving from one part of Atlanta to another can make certain attractions much more convenient. For instance, if you’re downtown or in Midtown, you’ll be close to the Children’s Museum, Centennial Park and the World of Coca-Cola. If you move to the Buckhead area, great shopping is available at Lenox Square and Philipps Plaza. When you’re making a local move in Atlanta, it’s important to budget properly for your transition into a new home.

 

Here are some price estimates to keep in mind:

Average Cost of Moving Within Atlanta
Studio (217cf) $390.54
Studio Alcove (275cf) $429.66
1 Bedroom, Small (353cf) $432.91
1 Bedroom, Large (473cf) $561.93
2 Bedroom (708cf) $779.89
3 Bedroom (1106cf) $1,230.49
4 Bedroom (1517cf) $1,589.94

[Data from August 2016]

 

If you need to put some of your items in storage, you should factor the prices for storage into your overall moving budget. Here’s what you can expect to pay if your belongings are stored in the mover’s storage facility for a month after your move:

1 Month Storage Rate
Studio (217cf) $64.95
Studio Alcove (275cf) $82.50
1 Bedroom, Small (353cf) $105.81
1 Bedroom, Large (473cf) $141.87
2 Bedroom (708cf) $212.52
3 Bedroom (1106cf) $331.83
4 Bedroom (1517cf) $454.98

[Data from August 2016]

 

Moving Permits In Atlanta

If you need information on moving and parking permits in Atlanta, you can find the details you need here.

 

Best Times to Move In Atlanta

Spring and summer are usually the busiest times to move in Atlanta, since there are several colleges in the city, and these are the times when most students are moving. The holidays are an ideal time to move into an Atlanta apartment since management usually wants to fill up empty units pretty quickly.

 

Unpakt updates its list of quality Atlanta movers often. Be sure to refer to the website for moving professionals that can make your local move a smooth transition.