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10 moving nightmares and how to avoid them

Cheapism Logo By Juliet Bennett Rylah of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 11: The percentage of Americans moving from place to place has been on a steady decline since 1984, to the point that now about half the population says it hasn't moved in the past 10 years, according to <a href="http://www.homes.com/blog/2017/06/2017-moving-trends-america/">a survey by Homes.com</a>, and pretty much all those who have moved more than five times in that period are ages 25 to 34 (the most likely to have friends who'll help). Moving is a terrible chore that can easily go from cheap inconvenience to pricey disaster -- at least, it can without proper preparations. Here are 10 tips to <a href="https://blog.cheapism.com/7-tips-moving-cheap-3712/">keep it cheap</a> and avoid some common moving catastrophes.

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The percentage of Americans moving from place to place has been on a steady decline since 1984, to the point that now about half the population says it hasn't moved in the past 10 years, according to a survey by Homes.com, and pretty much all those who have moved more than five times in that period are ages 25 to 34 (the most likely to have friends who'll help). Moving is a terrible chore that can easily go from cheap inconvenience to pricey disaster -- at least, it can without proper preparations. Here are 10 tips to keep it cheap and avoid some common moving catastrophes.
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