Category Archives: Long Distance Movers

3 Reasons to Move to Los Angeles

It’s the golden age old question: I want to be an actor, I want to be famous, Should I move to Los Angeles? Yes, of course you should…at some point. The question is when and how do you know? As someone who has moved there…then left…then moved back…and now floats in and out, I have a few suggestions as to how you can decide on when it is time to move to the epicenter of entertainment, Moving from Boston to Los Angeles?

1. Because you need to grow up. Sometimes the only way we can really grow is by leaving the nest. Some of us are so surrounded by love, we never get exposed to anything that can hurt us and you have to experience adversity to understand it and entertainment is the personification of adversity. Conflict is the reason for creativity. A happy ending doesn’t mean much if it wasn’t the result of a struggle, the harder the better. Art of course, imitates life. A cocooned life is not really worth living. You were born to thrive, so if you are not thriving at home, and you want to be an actor, there’s no faster place to grow up than cray-cray L.A.

2. The weather. There is no denying that Los Angeles has some of the best weather on the planet. It’s rarely too hot or too cold and it is sunny so much that most people get depressed at the mere mention of a cloud, let alone the sight of one. If you are a sufferer of seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or you’re just a hypochondriac, you may find it hard it to be sad in such a beautiful place. Palm trees are everywhere, and everyone is filled with enthusiasm and promise. The euphoria is fueled by solar-powered vitamin D and there is an unending supply. Careful, though: One drive down Sunset Boulevard and you may never want to move back to your dreary, rain-soaked home again, so bring your loved ones with you.

3. Because you’re an actor. Let’s face it, if you ever want to be known outside your hometown, you’re coming to L.A. at some point. Even if you want to be on Broadway, a good way to do that is becoming famous in L.A. first. Once you’re famous, you can do pretty much anything you want. So, just get it over with. Move and experience all the joy and pain that L.A. can bring. There’s simply nothing like it. Not even close. I love it whether I’m struggling or on a hot streak. Nowhere else can you go to a movie and ask the stars themselves about their preparation. We have the Academy Awards for crying out loud, Warner Bros. Studios, Disney, HBO, the beach, the Lakers, the Kings, the mountains, the sea, and the most amazing restaurants on the planet…as well as some of the nicest people. So if you really, really, really want to be an actor, you might as well start packing because L.A. is to actors what Kansas was to Dorothy—home sweet home, still not sure, you can change your mind find deferent destination in California, what about San Francisco? moving from Boston to San Francisco? don’t wait until you are 80 years old pack your suitcase and call professional long distance movers at 1-800-286-9959.

Why people moving to South Carolina?

Why people moving to North Carolina? While residents of South Carolina have long known that it’s a great place to live, it seems that more and more people outside the state are getting the memo.  In a recent study conducted in 2013 by some of the country’s top moving companies, states were ranked according to how many people are moving there – or moving away as the case may be.  South Carolina ranks second-highest for the number of people moving to the state, just behind first-ranked Oregon.

The Country’s Most Moved-To States

The study has been taking place annually for nearly 40 years.  Data is collected from customers of moving companies to see how many are moving to and from each state in a particular year.  Oregon had the highest rate of inbound moves, at 61 percent.  South Carolina followed closely behind with 60 percent inbound moves.  North Carolina rated third with 58 percent inbound moves.  Here’s a look at the states that had the highest percentages of inbound moves:

  1. Oregon
  2. South Carolina
  3. North Carolina
  4. District of Columbia
  5. South Dakota
  6. Nevada
  7. Texas
  8. Colorado

The Country’s Most Moved-Away-From States

So which states did not fare as well?  It seems like there are a lot of folks looking to leave the Garden State.  New Jersey had the highest percentage of outbound moves in 2013, with 64 percent.  This is the third time in the last four years that New Jersey has topped the list of those saying goodbye.  Apparently, Chicago is no longer a “sweet home” to many either, as Illinois rated second in outbound moves, with 61 percent.  This was the state’s second year in the second spot for those heading away.  Here are the states with the highest percentages of people moving away in 2013:

  1. New Jersey
  2. Illinois
  3. New York
  4. West Virginia
  5. Connecticut
  6. Utah
  7. Kentucky
  8. Massachusetts
  9. New Mexico

Southeast, West, and Pacific Northwest Becoming Attractive

The areas that saw the biggest gains of those moving to the state include those in the Southeast, West, and Pacific Northwest.  Those states in the Southeast and West, such as South Dakota, Texas, and Colorado, have started to implement business incentives to attract new residents.  In addition they have seen industrial growth in certain sectors and also boast a relatively low cost of living.  Young professionals continue to be attracted to states such as Oregon in the Pacific Northwest because of their emphasis on green living, local arts, and entertainment.

Some States Stay the Same

While gains and losses were felt in some states, there are quite a few places that have seen little change in the number of residents gained or lost.  These include Indiana, Louisiana, Alabama, Iowa, Tennessee, Nebraska and Michigan.  Michigan is actually seeing some relief after a fairly hearty exodus of residents in recent years.  The numbers of those coming and going are finally starting to balance after years of losing many and gaining few new residents.

Moving from Boston to South Carolina is a Great Place to Call Home

If this study proves anything, it is that South Carolina is truly a wonderful place to call home.  With gorgeous scenery, friendly people and outstanding real estate values, South Carolina really delivers.  If you’re looking for a new home in the Greater Columbia, SC, area, ERA Wilder is happy to help.  We love our home state and know that you will too!

- See more at:

We moved here 2 years ago to South carolina and absolutely love it

We moved here 2 years ago and absolutely love it - a lot of fun things to do either outdoors or indoors great malls and plenty of shopping centers, weather is incredible Can’t say enough good things about living here and I’ve lived in California, Florida, Boston,  and Maryland so have exposure to a variety of different-sized towns and geographical areas.

We moved from Boston to South Carolina 2 years ago and the Downsides are you may want to opt for public school if you have kids in that age range. Try to get some flexibility with work hours if you are going to have much of a commute. Any town with as many bridges as we have can have problems with rush hour but South Carolina is a beautiful peaceful place to live, I never taught I would say that moving from Boston to South Carolina was one of the best choices I did in life.

Whether you are moving from Boston to North Carolina or to Georgia or anywhere in the USA I recommend Benny’s moving and storage, we had great experience using Benny’s moving services.

Benny’s moving company did a fantastic job I was looking for Interstate movers

Benny’s moving company did a fantastic job, I was looking for  interstate movers

interstate movers

interstate movers

and I found them online, they had mixed reviews and I was hesitating at the beginning but after talking to Kara at the office I decided to book my Long distance move with them,  I also actually paid $100 less  than what I was quoted. I feel like this is a rarity in moving situations. Definitely a pleasant surprise vs my previous move.

Terry and William did a fantastic job packing up my things. They were super professional and polite. I had very fragile items and they were delivered in good condition without any damages, I am thinking wow I am so happy with this company definitely one of the Best Moving companies in Boston.

I just moved from NYC to California and had the best experience with Benny’s moving

I just moved from New York City to LA and had the best experience with Benny’s moving and Storage of Massachusetts!!  I was looking for Long Distance movers in New York and Benny’s moving came up on the search result, They made this moving process so simple and easy.  Great team of movers Terry, William and Jose did our pickup in New York and Santos and Giovanni in California 5 stars service (friendly, polite, careful with packing/unpacking, efficient, etc.) and my communication with the office was wonderful as well, phone calls and emails returned immediately by Kara, super friendly And polite, the best part was how easy everything was — very good price, good communication about where my shipment was, made sure the inventory matched. I’d recommend them to all our friends and family, moving from New York to California was one of the best choices I have made in my life, great weather and people.

We hired Boston movers Benny’s moving and storage to move from Boston, MA to Los Angeles, CA

We hired Boston movers Benny’s moving and storage to move from Boston, MA to Los Angeles, CA. They had the best price by a good margin and best reviews compared to other companies. The whole process was quite easy short and smooth, they were very fast communicating and answering emails and gave us very good moving service. Looking for interstate movers in Massachusetts was way easier than I was expected, They were always on time at both locations when delivering our belongings, and it arrived to destination the within the range they had given us. All our stuff arrived safe and without any damages, The truck had nice picture on it of cute family an it was great experience moving from Boston to California.



They moved my stuff from my family house in Massachusetts to Los Angeles California

They moved my stuff from my family house in Massachusetts on a Sunday and delivered my furniture in California One week later just amazing, moving from Boston to Los Angeles was good experience. The quote that I got from Benny’s Boston Long Distance Movers was not the cheapest , but they sounded more professional and very experienced with 22 Years in business I had to give them credit for that, than I called a few other companies I got quote from and it was almost double than what Benny’s moving quoted me. I paid exactly what I was quoted .

Movers did a great job .  They were polite and punctual and did a good packing. I checked all my stuff it was safe .
Highly recommend to anyone who is moving from Boston to California.

Thank you Benny’s Moving.

Roselyn Belmonte

Los Angeles California

I was recently moving from Boston to San Francisco and I am very happy with Benny’s moving

I was recently moving from Boston to San Francisco and I am very happy with Benny’s moving and storage Boston. The entire process was smooth and professional,  I initially interacted with Kara and she was awesome on the phone - I called several times to change around my inventory list and she was great and very pleasant. I needed storage for 2 Month and then have it delivered to San Francisco California.

moving from Boston to San Francisco

On the day of the move three showed up at 9:00 am and wrap up my furniture. They were professional, friendly, and polite. They did a great job packing up my kitchen and furniture, as there were damage at delivery.

7-10 days later the movers showed up in San Francisco and delivered my goods safe and sound, what a great movers Thank you Benny’s Moving.


Yolanda Rodriguez

San Francisco California

I live in Los Angeles California, and I am moving to Boston next Month

I  live in Los Angeles California, and I am moving to Boston next Month.  I needed help on finding professional moving company to move me to Boston, Since I will be working in Downtown Boston I wanted to move with Boston Moving Company.
I am 30 years old and originally from Massachusetts and moving with my husband and Two kids.  I went to Boston University for business degree , I love California but got job offer I could have not refuse.

When I was searching on google for Moving from California to Boston Benny’s moving and storage came up on the search result so I called them and spoke to Kara she was very polite and sweet and gave me a window of One week since they are based in Boston and could not have an exact time for their truck driver do be there, Hey they saved me $2000 so I went with One Week window, they called me 2 days in advanced and the driver gave me date and time and he showed up 8:30 AM and it took 3 Hours for them to load my belongings.

One Week later the driver showed up and deliver our belongings safe and sound, Whether you are moving from Boston to California or from California to Boston Benny’s moving can do it for you.


Thank you

Jenny Colonia

I currently live in Los Angeles and I moved from Boston, MA to California

I currently live in Los Angeles and I moved from Boston, MA to California. I used benny’s Moving and storage to move my belongings in September and I spoke to Stephen and he gave me a quote based on the list of items I provided him, the estimate was a flat rate moving quote include moving supplies, the movers showed up and did an inventory list wrapped everything’s and delivered in our new home in Los Angeles with in the 7-14 days.

I am 30 years old and originally from Boston Massachusetts but I love Los Angeles the weather is great and I love it here.  I went to Boston University, and have lived in Massachusetts all my life.

Moving from Boston to California was a challenge at the beginning but now I feel so relaxed after my goods arrived and I want to thank Benny’s moving and storage for doing an excellent job, I will recommend them to all my friends and family.