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Moving to Delaware

There are several reasons that lead people to relocate to a new home. Maybe you’re needing to start fresh somewhere else. Maybe you just recently retired from your profession and want to live your best life in a different place or maybe you’re moving because you got promoted in your job.

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  • Delaware is also known as the First State, for it was the first American state to ratify the constitution back in the 1700s
  • Aerial view of Downtown Wilmington, the most populous city in Delaware

Whatever the reason why you’re moving to Delaware, the process will basically be the same — that’s why our comprehensive guide on moving to Delaware can help you! Here you’ll learn more about Delaware and its history, culture, and geography, which are all important factors in determining whether a city is ideal for you or not.

In addition to that, we’ll also help you understand the nuances of the moving process — so stay tuned!

Pros and Cons

According to rankings, Delaware is the 23rd best state in America. While that’s not necessarily a bad position in the ranking, it’s also not one of the best. Are you curious to know why Delaware is not among the top 20 states in the U.S.? Here are the pros and cons of living in the First State!


  • Job market
    • Delaware has the 19th lowest unemployment rate in the United States, and almost 50% of the population is currently employed. There has been a job growth of over 5% in Delaware, meaning that the job market in this state is growing.
  • Home prices
    • Both the average home price and the median home price in Delaware are below the national average, according to Zillow — this means that housing is pretty affordable in Delaware!
  • Economic growth
    • Delaware ranks at #17 in terms of economy. The job growth in this state is 1.6%, whereas the national average is 1.2%.
  • Proximity to major cities
    • Moving to Delaware means that you’ll be less than 200 miles away from major cities that include Philadelphia, Washington, Baltimore, and New York City.
  • Tax friendly
    • While you’ll still have to pay taxes while living in Delaware, we have some good news: there are no shopping taxes in this state! That is, when you’re out buying stuff, you’ll pay the price on the item with no additionals!
  • Beautiful beaches
    • Delaware is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to its east, therefore it is home to beautiful (and clean) beaches, including Rehoboth Beach, which is extremely popular among tourists.
  • Good health care
    • The state of Delaware may not be the best for health care, but it is still among the 15 best states in terms of health. On top of that, Delaware is close to some of the best hospitals in the country, including The Johns Hopkins Hospital.


  • Costs of living
    • In spite of having lower home prices than other U.S. states, Delaware has a relatively high cost of living — though it’s still cheaper to live here than in other states on the East Coast.
  • Population density
    • Delaware is home to almost 1 million people but it is also the second smallest state in America — this means that the population density in Delaware is pretty high, which may be a con for some people.
  • Pollution issues
    • The state of Delaware ranks #47 in terms of the natural environment. This state has high levels of air pollution, releasing over 2,500 pounds of industrial toxins (whereas the national average is approximately 1,000 pounds).
  • Crime rates
    • Out of all fifty states, Delaware ranks at #36 when it comes to crime and corrections — mostly due to the fact that the First State has a high rate of violent crimes.
  • International flights
    • If traveling abroad is a big part of your routine, we have to let you know that there are no direct international flights to Delaware. You’ll have to make a connection in Philadelphia or Baltimore for that!
  • Natural disasters
    • Unfortunately, natural disasters are no strangers to the East Coast — and it’s no different in Delaware. Living in the First State means that you’ll have to be ready for possible disasters in the future.
  • Public transportation
    • According to residents, moving to Delaware may not be ideal if you don’t have a car (or a driver’s license). The First State’s public transportation still leaves a lot to be desired.

Fun Facts

Delaware may be small in area, but it has a pretty extensive history. It was the very first state to ratify the most important document in the country, and it is also the home state to the current U.S. President, Joe Biden. Here are 6 fun facts about Delaware!

  1. Constitution
    • Do you know why Delaware is called the ‘First State’? It’s because it was the first state in America to ratify the Constitution of the United States back in 1787.
  2. Number of counties
    • Delaware has the fewest counties among all fifty states: it only has 3 counties! They are Kent County, New Castle County, and Sussex County.
  3. National Parks
    • Who doesn’t love visiting national parks? If you do, then moving to Delaware may not be advised! Delaware is one of the few states that doesn’t have any national parks.
  4. Chemical Capital
    • The economy in Delaware is largely based on chemical manufacturing, thus there are several chemical companies in this state — which is why Delaware is called the ‘Chemical Capital of the World’.
  5. Joe Biden Station
    • The current U.S. President, Mr. Joe Biden, is a Delaware citizen, and he used to take the train to Washington every day during his Senate career. In 2011, during Joe Biden’s second term as Vice-President, the former Pennsylvania Station was officially renamed to ‘Joseph R. Biden, Jr., Railroad Station’.
  6. Oldest Churches
    • Back in the early 1600s, Delaware was being colonized mostly by groups of Dutch people. The region which is known today as Wilmington was once occupied by Swedes, who established one of the oldest churches still operating in America.

Funny State Laws

Every state in the United States has its share of weird and funny laws. Most of them were created during periods of time in which most of the things we consider normal today were still considered wrong. If you’re curious to know which types of funny laws exist in Delaware, here are 5 of them!

  • Changing clothes
    • If you’re in Rehoboth Beach or in Fenwick Island, keep in mind that it’s illegal to change clothes inside any vehicle!
  • Drive-in movie theaters
    • Did your favorite director just release an R-rated movie? Well, if you’re in Delaware, you won’t be able to watch it in a drive-in cinema — it’s illegal for them to feature R-rated movies!
  • Pretending to sleep
    • If you’re in Fenwick Island or in Rehoboth Beach, be aware that it’s illegal to pretend that you’re sleeping on the boardwalk!
  • Tight-fitting jeans
    • Are you moving to Lewes, Delaware? Keep in mind that it is forbidden by law to wear pants that are tight-fitting around the waist.
  • Getting married
    • Another funny law in Lewes, Delaware is that it is illegal for two people to get married on a dare!

Weather and Climate

Delaware is located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, and it has the lowest elevation among all states in America. Summers in the First State can range from warm to hot, with temperatures going as up as 90 °F. As to the wintertime, Delaware’s winter is a mixture of the cold of the north and the mild temperatures from the south. Temperatures can go as low as below 0 °F in the winter and there’s heavy snowfall. If you’re moving to Delaware, you may want to do it from June to August, when the weather is sunny and warm. If you’re going between November and February, be ready to face some of the coldest days of your life!


  • Rehoboth Beach is a coastal city in Delaware which is especially popular thanks to its clean beaches and proximity to D.C
  • View of the Rehoboth Beach

As we’ve mentioned previously, Delaware has been widely considered the lowest elevated state in America, at only approximately 60 feet above sea level. The highest point in the First State is the Ebright Azimuth, which is less than 450 feet above sea level. In other words, when you move to Delaware, you’ll see that there are no mountains in the state. What you will find, however, are beautiful beaches and amazing forests. Here are 5 natural attractions you can visit in Delaware:

  • Fenwick Island State Park
  • Rehoboth Beach
  • Rockford Park
  • Delaware Seashore State Park
  • Cape Henlopen State Park

Natural Disasters

We’ve mentioned previously that natural disasters are one of the cons of living in Delaware. Residents in the First State report that Delaware doesn’t have a good enough infrastructure to deal with natural disasters. Because of its location in the Mid-Atlantic region, Delaware is at larger risks of disasters that include:

  • Hurricanes
  • Nor’easters
  • Floodings
  • Heatwaves
  • Tornadoes
  • Thunderstorms

Moving Prices from Major Cities

Are you currently planning on moving to Delaware? If the answer is yes, we’re here to help you! Relocating can be quite expensive, so one of the first things you have to do is get as many moving quotes as possible. You can use our free moving costs calculator — but to give you a headstart here are a few estimated values of how much you’ll spend moving to Delaware from 6 major cities in the United States:

Housing / Real Estate

Over the course of 2020, there has been a boom in the real estate market in Delaware. In January, last year, the median home price in the First State was $269,000. Flash forward one year, and the median home price in Delaware is now $284,000. As to renting, the average rent price in Delaware is approximately $1,000/month.

Price of Living

If you’re moving to Delaware, you’re probably wondering how much you’ll spend every month with basic expenses. The First State is not necessarily the cheapest place to live in America, but it isn’t the most expensive either. Here are the monthly costs a family of 2 adults and 2 children would have in 5 different areas of Delaware:

Dover (metro area)

Housing $933
Food $751
Child care $1,128
Transportation $1,200
Health care $1,289
Other necessities $680
Taxes $908
Monthly Total $6,888
Annual Total $82,659

Philadelphia/Camden/Wilmington (metro area)

Housing $1,182
Food $800
Child care $1,574
Transportation $1,137
Health care $1,110
Other necessities $800
Taxes $1,077
Monthly Total $7,680
Annual Total $92,163

Sussex County (metro area)

Housing $900
Food $827
Child care $1,095
Transportation $1,236
Health care $1,289
Other necessities $697
Taxes $927
Monthly Total $6,971
Annual Total $83,656

Kent County

Housing $933
Food $751
Child care $1,128
Transportation $1,200
Health care $1,289
Other necessities $680
Taxes $908
Monthly Total $6,888
Annual Total $82,659

New Castle County

Housing $1,201
Food $810
Child care $1,202
Transportation $1,196
Health care $1,289
Other necessities $811
Taxes $1,069
Monthly Total $7,577
Annual Total $90,929

The estimated costs of living in Delaware were calculated using the Family Budget Calculator provided by the EPI.


When it comes to population, Delaware ranks at #46 with approximately 973,700 residents. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population in Delaware has increased by 8.4% since 2010. More than half of the residents are female persons, and approximately 20% are persons 65 years and over. The racial composition of Delaware is distributed as follows:

  • White (alone): 69,2%
  • Black (alone): 23,2%
  • Hispanic or Latino: 9,6%
  • Asian (alone): 4,1%
  • Two or more races: 2,7%


When it comes to education, Delaware ranks at #23 among all fifty states. While its higher education system is slightly better than in other states, the public education system in Delaware is not necessarily the best. Test results show that most high schools in Delaware still have a lot to improve. If you’re moving to Delaware, here are the top schools and universities in the First State!

High schools

  • Charter School of Wilmington
  • Newark Charter School
  • Cab Calloway School of the Arts
  • Sussex Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • Caesar Rodney High School


  • University of Delaware
  • Delaware State University
  • Wesley College
  • Wilmington University
  • Delaware Technical Community College — Terry

Health Care and Medical Institutions

The state of Delaware is the fifteenth-best state for health care in the United States. It has one of the best health care quality in the country, though its public health quality ranks at #28. There are currently only 7,8% uninsured adults in Delaware, which is considerably below the national average. The access to health care in Delaware is also not one of the best, especially considering that health care expenses in the First State are higher than the national average. Here are the top hospitals in Delaware:

  • Christiana Care Hospitals (Newark, Delaware)
  • Beebe Healthcare (Lewes, Delaware)
  • Bayhealth Kent General Hospital (Dover, Delaware)
  • Nemours Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children (Wilmington, Delaware)
  • Nanticoke Memorial Hospital (Seaford, Delaware)

Tourism / Attractions

Delaware may be the second smallest state in America, but having a small size doesn’t mean that this state doesn’t have a lot to offer to tourists. Delaware is home to beautiful beaches, including Rehoboth Beach, and plenty of historical sites. If you’re moving to Delaware, rest assured that there’ll be lots of places for you to visit during your free time. Here are 5 tourist attractions you can visit in Delaware:

  • Hagley Museum
  • Cape Henlopen State Park
  • Delaware Art Museum
  • Fenwick Island State Park
  • Dover International Speedway

Top Cities

Delaware’s population of approximately 973,000 people is distributed across the 57 municipalities that exist in the First State. Delaware is the sixth least populous state in America, hence why its top cities have less than 100,000 inhabitants! If you’re moving to Delaware, here are the 5 top cities in the First State!

  1. Wilmington
    • The most populous city in Delaware, Wilmington is home to a little over 70,000 people. Because of the many chemical industries in the city, it is often referred to as the Chemical Capital of the world.
  2. Dover
    • Dover is the capital of Delaware and it is home to approximately 36,000 people. Because of the low costs of living here, the economy of Dover is quite promising.
  3. Newark
    • Home to a little over 31,000 people, Newark is known for having an extensive history in terms of education, with the first schools being built back in 1743.
  4. Middletown
    • Middletown is a picturesque town that is home to a little over 22,000 people. Due to its location, Middletown is perfect for those who have to work in larger cities but prefer to live in quieter, smaller areas — it is only 30 minutes away from Wilmington and 1 hour away from Philadelphia!
  5. Lewes
    • You’ll probably be surprised to find that Lewes is home to only 2,747 people. This coastal city is rapidly growing (along with Rehoboth Beach and other cities in Delaware’s Cape Region) and it is proud to be the first city to be established in the First State!

Job Market

According to reports, there are approximately 449,500 people currently employed in the state of Delaware — which accounts for almost half of the population. Delaware ranks at #19 out of 50 in terms of unemployment, with an unemployment rate of 5.3 The top hiring companies in Delaware are:

  • The State of Delaware
  • JPMorgan Chase
  • DuPont
  • Walmart
  • University of Delaware

You can visit the State of Delaware’s official website to search for open job positions.


Delaware’s economy relies on different sectors that include tourism, chemical manufacturing, banking, and agriculture. The chemical industry’s presence in Delaware is so strong that this state is known as the Chemical Capital of the World — and the presence of corporations has also given Delaware the nickname of Corporate Capital. Here are the top industries in Delaware:

  • Education
  • Food services
  • Construction
  • Agricultural and chemical manufacturing
  • Pharmaceutical manufacturing

Things to do in Delaware

Delaware may be the second smallest state in the U.S., but you can rest assured that there’ll be plenty of things to do in Delaware once you move to this state. From historic sites to amazing beaches, you’ll certainly find the perfect location to visit in Delaware. To give you an idea of what you’ll find once you move to the First States, here are 8 attractions in Delaware!

  1. Rehoboth Beach
    • Rehoboth Beach is a coastal city in Delaware that is especially known for its beautiful (and clean) beaches, but also for its amazing trails and parks.
  2. Delaware Art Museum
    • If you’re an art lover, then you can’t miss the opportunity to visit the Delaware Art Museum, where you’ll get to appreciate over 12,000 art pieces!
  3. Funland
    • If you’re visiting Rehoboth Beach with your family, you’ll probably want to visit Funland and take your kids on fun rides and games at this amusement park.
  4. Winterthur Museum and Gardens
    • Are you interested in history? Then you must visit the Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library. This place once belonged to a member of the du Pont family and now houses one of the largest collections of Americana artifacts in the country!
  5. Nemours Mansion
    • Another property that belonged to the du Pont family is the Nemours Mansion, which was built in 1910 and has over 100 rooms. The Mansion houses rare items from 18th century France and it is open to visitors!
  6. Cape Henlopen State Park
    • Are you looking forward to spending your days out in the sun? At the Cape Henlopen State Park, you can go surfing, fishing, walking, bicycling, and many other things!
  7. Air Mobility Command Museum
    • If you’re into aviation, the Air Mobility Command Museums is dedicated to displaying restored military cargo and tanker planes — as well as displaying the men and women who have flown and maintained these airplanes!
  8. Dover International Speedway
    • Are you into racing? In this case, you’ll surely like to visit the Dover International Speedway — the race track that hosts events from both NASCAR and the Indy Racing League.

Public Transport

As we’ve mentioned previously, public transport in Delaware is not quite as efficient as in other states of the Mid-Atlantic region/East Coast. The only public transport system in the First State is called DART — but you can also ride trains to most places within and around Delaware. Here are 8 means of transportation available in Delaware:

DART One-Zone $2.00
DART Two-Zone $4.00
DART Three-Zone $6.00
Amtrak – Wilmington to Washington $50.00
Amtrak – Wilmington to Philadelphia $30.00
Cape May-Lewes Ferry $8.00 (One-way trip)
Amtrak – Newark to Baltimore $35.00
DART ADA Paratransit $4.00

Crime and Safety

In terms of crime and safety, Delaware ranks at #36 among all U.S. states. The First State has issues with both corrections and with public safety. The rate of violent crimes in Delaware is higher than the national rate — whereas the U.S. rate for violent crimes is 394 crimes per 100,000 residents, Delaware’s rate is 453. Property crime rates in Delaware are also slightly above the national average. Here are the 5 safest cities in Delaware:

  • Smyrna
  • Lewes
  • Milton
  • Ocean View
  • Frederica

Acquire a new driver’s license in Delaware

If you’re relocating to Delaware, one of the very first things you may want to do is get a Delaware driver’s license. We’ve mentioned previously that public transportation in the First State still leaves a lot to be desired — your best option of going around town is by having your own car. Once you move to Delaware permanently, you have 60 days to transfer your out-of-state license or to acquire a new driver’s license in Delaware. Here’s what you have to do:

  • Visit the nearest DMV in Delaware;
  • Fill in the required forms;
  • Bring the necessary documentation:
    • Proof of a Social Security number;
    • Proof of identity/legal presence;
    • Two proofs of Delaware residency.
  • Turn in your current out-of-state driver’s license.

On top of that, you may have to undergo an eye test, as well as a written and a road exam — but these exams are usually waived if all your documentation is OK and if your license is still valid.

Road Safety, Highways, and Routes

In Delaware, the average commute time is slightly below the national average at 26,5 minutes — which means that in the First State it takes a little less time for you to commute than in other states. In addition to that, only 11% of Delaware’s roads are in poor conditions, whereas the national average is 23,5%. According to a report presented by the Delaware State Police, there were approximately 21,000 vehicle crashes in the state in 2019 — which represents a decrease of 3,7% in comparison to the year before. If you’re moving to Delaware, here are the main highways and routes in the First State:

Interstate Highways

  • I-95
  • I-495
  • I-295

State Routes

  • DE 1
  • DE 9
  • DE 15
  • DE 30
  • DE 24


Delaware was the very first state in the United States to ratify the constitution — and that piece of information should be enough to make us guess that this state has quite a lot of history to tell. If you’re into history and art, here’s a list of 5 museums you can visit in the state of Delaware:

  • Biggs Museum of American Art (Dover, Delaware)
  • Delaware Art Museum (Wilmington, Delaware)
  • Delaware Museum of Natural History (Greenville, Delaware)
  • Fenwick Island Light (Fenwick Island, Delaware)
  • Paul R. Jones Collection of African American Art (Newark, Delaware)

In the end, is moving to Delaware worth it?

Delaware is the second smallest state in America, and it ranks at #23 in the overall ratings for best states in the country. If you work in the chemical industry or in corporations, moving to Delaware may be worth it, as this state is considered the Chemical Capital of the World and it is a steadily-growing corporate hub. Home prices in Delaware are slightly below the national average, but the costs of living in this state are a bit pricey, especially if you’re moving with your family.

How to Move to Delaware

If you’ve decided that moving to Delaware is ideal for you, the first thing you should know is that the process of relocating to a different state can be quite stressful and tiresome. However, you can easily prevent any issues during your move by following these 10 simple steps!

  1. Plan Ahead
    • The best way to avoid major issues is to plan ahead of moving, instead of moving on a whim. Things don’t always work perfectly, but if you plan your move, you’ll solve most issues easily.
  2. Downsize
    • Downsizing is one of the best things you can do in order to save money during the moving process. Do you have a bunch of stuff that you don’t really use? You should probably get rid of them before moving to Delaware!
  3. Get Moving Quotes
    • Whenever we’re looking into buying something that is more pricey, we usually do some research and try to find the best price. If you’re moving to Delaware, you should also do that. Try to contact as many movers in order to get different moving quotes. You can get free moving quotes on our website in under 5 minutes!
  4. Book Movers
    • After you’ve done your research and found the best moving company to suit your needs, it’s time to book a mover and get ready to kick off your process of relocating to Delaware!
  5. Visit Your New Area
    • If you’re still unsure whether moving to Delaware is ideal for you or not, one of the things you can do is visit the area where you’re thinking of moving and see if that’s where you really want to live.
  6. Start Packing
    • Now that you’ve visited your new area and that you’ve booked a mover, it’s time to start packing your belongings into boxes. This process can take quite a while so don’t leave it until the last minute!
  7. Create Essential Box
    • Once you get to your new home in Delaware, all of your belongings will be stored inside boxes, even the ones you’ll need to have access to as soon as you get to your new area — and that’s why you need to create an Essential Box with all your indispensable items!
  8. Say Farewells
    • We know we don’t really need to remind you of saying farewells to your family and friends — but we still add this tip because some people forget to save some time to say their farewells!
  9. Get Some Rest
    • When we have so many things going on in our lives, it’s kind of easy to forget that we need to rest a little. Don’t forget to take some time during the moving process to rest — we’re sure that you don’t want to be exhausted when you move to Delaware!
  10. Enjoy the Move
    • And, finally, the last tip is pretty simple: enjoy the move! Regardless of any issues that may come up during the process of moving to Delaware, try to remain positive and remember that you’re doing this for your own good!

Moving Services to help you relocate to Delaware

  • Are you moving to Delaware? There are at least 9 moving services that you must know about before you get your moving process started!
  • Two moving company workers transporting boxes into a new home

Once you decide that you’ll move to a new area, one of the first things you’ll notice is that there are countless moving companies out there — and that all of them offer a bunch of different services. If you’re moving to Delaware, here are 9 moving services that will help you relocate!

  • Furniture Transportation
    • Furniture is quite expensive, which is why sometimes it’s cheaper to move your current furniture to Delaware than buying new furniture. You can read more about moving furniture here.
  • Residential Movers
    • Basically, there are two types of moving categories: residential moving and office/commercial moving. If you’re moving to a house in Delaware, this is the service you’ll need.
  • Piano Transportation
    • Do you have a piano at home? Depending on the size of your piano, it can be quite expensive to move a piano to Delaware — still, it will be less expensive than buying a new piano.
  • Art and Antiques Movers
  • Hot Tub Movers
    • A brand new entry-level hot tub will cost you at least $3,000, and that’s why lots of people prefer to bring their hot tub with them when moving. You can find more info on how to move a hot tub to Delaware here.
  • Pool Table Movers
    • Bulky items such as pool tables require more attention and more care when they’re being transported. If you’re moving a pool table to the First State, make sure to hire specialized movers.
  • Office Movers
    • As we’ve mentioned previously, there are two main types of moving: residential and commercial. If you’re moving an office to Delaware, you can find more info on commercial moving services on our website.
  • Long Distance Movers
    • Are you moving to Delaware from across the country? If that’s the case, you need to find movers that work with long-distance moving, as not all companies offer this service.
  • Last Minute Movers
    • If you want to move to Delaware immediately, and we mean immediately as in today or tomorrow, you’ll need to hire a company that works with last-minute moving. It’ll certainly be more pricey, but you’ll get to move to Delaware right away!


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All Materials and services accessible through this Site are provided “as is” without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, or the warranty of non-infringement. User assumes all risks associated with use of these services.

In no event, including, without limitation, negligence, will mymovingestimates.com, its subsidiaries, affiliates, agents, officers, directors, employees, partners, or suppliers be liable to you or any third-party for any special, punitive, incidental, indirect, or consequential damages of any kind, or any damages whatsoever, including, without limitation, those resulting from loss of use, data, or profits, whether or not mymovingestimates.com has been advised of the possibility of such damages, and on any theory of liability, arising out of or in connection with the use of or the inability to use the Site, any unauthorized access to or alteration of your transmissions or data, any information that is sent or received or not sent or received, any failure to store or loss of data, files, or other content, any services that are delayed or interrupted, or any web services referenced or linked to or from this Site.

As part of our commitment to protecting your personal information, mymovingestimates.com have implemented various security measures to prevent accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure, or access to your information, as well as any other unlawful processing. Nevertheless, mymovingestimates.com is not responsible for any loss User may incur through misuse of the services or failure to abide by the terms in this TOS.




3.1 User will indemnify, defend and hold mymovingestimates.com, its Affiliates, current and former directors, members, officers, employees, contractors, stockholders, agents and representatives harmless against all claims, suits, demands, allegations, investigations or other actions and any damages, fines, costs, losses, fees, settlements arising therefrom (“Claim(s)”) relating to any breach of this TOS by User, any illegal activity involving the Site by User, or unauthorized modification of the Site by User.

3.2 If any term or provision of this TOS is invalid, illegal, or unenforceable in any jurisdiction, such invalidity, illegality, or determination that a term or provision was unenforceable will not affect any other term or provision of this TOS or invalidate or render unenforceable such term or provision in any other jurisdiction. Upon such determination that any term or other provision is invalid, illegal, or unenforceable, this TOS will be modified to reflect the original intent of the parties as closely as possible.

3.5 This TOS will be governed by and construed in accordance with the internal laws of New York without giving effect to any choice or conflict of law provision or rule (whether of New York or any other jurisdiction). Any legal suit, action or proceeding arising out of or based upon this TOS must be instituted in the courts of Kings County, New York, and each party irrevocably submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of such courts in any such suit, action or proceeding. The parties irrevocably and unconditionally waive any objection to the laying of venue of any suit, action or any proceeding in such courts and irrevocably waive and agree not to plead or claim in any such court that any such suit, action or proceeding brought in any such court has been brought in an inconvenient forum.

Privacy Policy

MyMovingEstimates.com respects the privacy of our customers and individuals using our Site. This Privacy Policy is to keep you informed about the types of information collected on MyMovingEstimates.com and how the information is used and protected. We reserve the right to change and update this Privacy Policy at any time.

What information do we collect?

User agrees and acknowledges that mymovingestimates.com may collect and use non-identifiable technical data and related information for users that request a quote. This includes the pages you view, the length of your visit to the Site, IP address, browser type, mouse movements and clicks.

User agrees that mymovingestimates.com may collect identifiable information that includes, but is not limited to full name of the client, moving from and to zip, city, state, phone number, email address, and other relevant details about the move. It is your choice whether to provide us with the personally identifiable information, however, you may not be able to access certain portions of the Site, or we or third-parties may be unable to respond to your inquiry effectively without this information.

How do we protect your information?

We implement a variety of security measures to maintain the safety of your personal information when you submit a moving quote request. All supplied sensitive information is transmitted via Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.

Do we use cookies?

Yes. We use cookies and store them on the Users computer. We may contract with third-party service providers to assist us in better understanding our site visitors. These service providers are not permitted to use the information collected on our behalf except to help us conduct and improve our business.

Do we disclose any information to outside parties?

Personally identifiable visitor information may be provided to other parties for marketing, advertising, or other uses.

Third party links

Occasionally, at our discretion, we may include or offer third party products or services on our website. These third-party sites have separate and independent privacy policies. We have no responsibility or liability for the content and activities of these linked sites. You visit third party websites at your own risk. Nonetheless, we seek to protect the integrity of our site and welcome any feedback about these sites.

Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Compliance

We are in compliance with the requirements of COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act). If you are under 13 years of age, you must not submit your information on this site. Our website, products and services are all directed to people who are at least 18 years old or older.

Pertaining to Consumers in California

Because we value your privacy, we have taken the necessary precautions to be in compliance with the California Online Privacy Protection Act & California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). We therefore will not distribute your personal information to outside parties without your consent. If you choose to submit your information through our Site, we will connect you with moving service providers or other third parties in our network who can service your move. We receive compensation from third parties for this service. By law this is considered “selling of information”. The purpose of our business is to connect you with third-party service providers.
Users in California who do not wish to have their information sold should not fill out the quote request, should not call the number on the website and should exit this Site.

"Introducing California Residents to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) & California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA): Our Commitment to Your Privacy"

Under California law, customers residing in California are entitled to ask for information on how we distribute specific categories of data with other parties for marketing-related activities. If you wish to acquire this disclosure, kindly send an email to us at info@mymovingestimates.com. Make sure to include "California Privacy Rights Request" in your email subject line and state your name.

Understanding Your Rights and Options

As a California resident, you're protected under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), which gives you rights regarding your personal information. This part provides a description of your rights under the CCPA and CPRA guidelines on how to use them.
The Right to Request Deletion of Data:
As a consumer, you possess the right to request the removal of any of your personal data that we've gathered and held, though there are certain exceptions. On receiving and confirming the validity of your request, our team, along with our service providers, will delete your personal data from our systems unless a particular exception necessitates otherwise. However, your deletion request may be denied under circumstances where we or our service providers need to:

  • Adhere to a legal obligation.
  • Detect, deter, and safeguard against malicious, deceptive, or illegal activities, and take legal action against those responsible.
  • Troubleshoot our offerings to identify and fix any errors that may hinder their intended operation.
The Right to Access Specific Information and Data Portability: As a consumer, you possess the right to ask us for details regarding our gathering and use of your personal data over the last 12 months. Upon receipt and validation of your legitimate consumer request, we will provide you with:
  • Your individual personal details that we've collected, which is part of what's known as a data portability request.
  • The categories of personal data we've compiled from you.
  • The sources from which we obtained the personal data.
  • The business or commercial intent behind our collection or sale of your personal data.
  • Third-party entities with whom we've shared your personal details.
If your personal information has been sold or disclosed for a business reason, we will provide two separate lists:
  • One list detailing sales, noting the types of personal data bought by each kind of recipient.
  • Another for business purpose disclosures, identifying the types of personal data obtained by each category of recipient.
Adhering to our Non-Discrimination and Non-Retaliation Commitment, we will not:
  • Provide you with goods or services of inferior or diminished quality.
  • Impose differential pricing for the same type of goods or services.
  • Deny you access to our goods or services.
We are dedicated to respecting your rights and ensuring no forms of discrimination or retaliation occur. We fully understand and appreciate the non-discrimination requirements set forth in the CCPA. Our commitment extends to every aspect of our business interactions, ensuring that every action we take, every policy we implement, respects these requirements, and upholds the spirit of fairness.

Usage Monitoring with Google Analytics

We cooperate with third-party providers like Google Analytics to better comprehend the usage of our Service. What is Google Analytics?
Google Analytics is a service rendered by Google that assists us in tracking our website traffic and generating analytical reports. This collected data is used by Google to monitor the usage of our Service.
Data Sharing
Google may share this information with its other services. Furthermore, it can use this data to contextualize and personalize advertisements on its proprietary advertising network.
Opting Out
If you would rather not have your activity on our Service shared with Google Analytics, you can opt for a specific browser add-on - the Google Analytics opt-out extension. This tool prevents Google Analytics JavaScript files (ga.js, analytics.js, and dc.js) from sharing your visit information with Google Analytics.
Ad Viewing
Please note, opting out of Google Analytics tracking does not mean you will stop seeing advertisements on the internet. However, these advertisements will no longer be tailored to your interests based on your browsing habits.
Additional Information
For more details about Google's privacy practices, you can visit the Google Privacy & Terms webpage: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en. For further understanding of Google Ads and how to opt-out from Google Analytics, you can follow these links: Google Ads: https://support.google.com/ads/answer/2662856?hl=en&ref_topic=2971788 Google Analytics Opt-out: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/. Top of Form

How to use Your Rights to Access, Transfer, and Erase Data:

As outlined previously, you have certain rights to access, move, and remove your data. To exercise these rights into practice, follow the steps detailed below:

  • Submission of Request: Send us a verified consumer request. You can either visit mymovingestimates.com/legal to submit your request to delete or modify your information, or email us directly at info@mymovingestimates.com.
  • Verification: We will verify our records to confirm you are authorized to submit a request.
  • Frequency of Requests: Be aware that you're allowed to make a verified consumer request for access or data transfer only twice in a 12-month window.
  • Who Can Submit: This request can only be made by you, or someone legally registered with the California Secretary of State who you've granted authority to act on your behalf. If required, this verified consumer request can be submitted on behalf of your child as well.
  • Request Details: Your request must include: Sufficient information that enables us to verify that you are the individual about whom we've collected personal data or are an authorized representative. An explicit description of your request that provides us with a clear understanding, facilitating a proper evaluation and response.
  • Data Use: The personal data provided in such a request will solely be used to authenticate your identity or authority.

Our Process for Responding to Verified Consumer Requests:

The structure of our response process to a verified consumer request is as follows:

  • Delivery Method: We will provide our written response via email to the email address we have on file for you.
  • Initial Response Timeline: We strive to respond to your verified consumer request within 14 business days of receipt.
  • Extended Timeline: In certain circumstances, we may need up to 30 additional business days to respond. If this is the case, you will receive a written notification stating the reason for the delay and the expected length of the extension.
  • Disclosure Scope: Our response will only include disclosures covering the 12-month period immediately preceding the receipt of your verified consumer request.
  • Explanation for Non-compliance: If we are unable to comply with your request for any reason, our response will outline the specific reasons for non-compliance.

With any questions, please reach us at info@mymovingestimates.com


Do Not Sell My Info

Mymovingestimates.com will connect you with movers in our network who can service your move. Mymovingestimates.com receives compensation from the movers for this service. By law this is considered “selling of information”. The purpose of our business is to connect you with 3-d party service providers. If you would like to proceed, please, click on “I understand, let’s proceed”. Alternatively, please, exit the website now. For more information, please see our Terms and Privicy.

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