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    Movement Property Group’s Recommended Moving Companies

    Real talk – nobody really likes moving. Hiring a professional moving company can save you a lot of headaches and time, which to us is a win. When you hire a professional mover, you are paying for someone else’s expertise as far as moving your most delicate and expensive possessions, which should put your mind at ease. Professional movers are trained to lift awkward sized and heavy furniture so that you don’t have to. Our team has a few movers that we like to recommend to our clients when they are ready to move out or move into their Nashville home. Both our team members and clients have had great experiences, so we wanted to share!

    Me and My Red Truck

    Me and My Red Truck is a small but mighty moving company here in Nashville. A unique quality about them is that the team is mostly made up of artists, musicians, and theater folks alike. Plus, the color of their trucks are (you guessed it) red. They have one box truck for larger moves and then a pickup truck for smaller moves.

    MoveOn

    MoveOn is a full service moving company here in town. They are more of a boutique moving company specializing in higher-end moves, but that should never stop you from contacting them! They not only offer moving services, but packing and long-distance moving services as well. So, if you’re not feeling like packing up boxes of your kitchenware or bedroom set, it can all be handled for you.

    Two Men and a Truck

    Two Men and a Truck is another great option for both long-distance and local moves. They can also pack up your belongings for you.  Not only that but if you need junk removal services, they offer that, too!

    Our team of Nashville realtors loves to act as a resource to help clients like you find companies to work with that will ensure a seamless, low-stress move. Need other recommendations? Just ask us!

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