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Moving to Hawaii

Who wouldn’t love to move to Hawaii? It is known that approximately 10,000 people move to this beautiful island, from both the U.S. mainland and from foreign countries. The fact that so many people want to live in Hawaii is not surprising, especially considering that one of the island’s nicknames is “Paradise of the Pacific”.

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  • With over 1,4 million residents, Hawaii is the only island state in the United States, as well as the only American state with an official second language
  • Aerial view of the mountains in Kauai

The thing about moving to Hawaii is that it isn’t as simple as moving to another state on the mainland. Hawaii is an island that is at least 2,500 miles away from the state of California, which is the state that is nearer to Hawaii, and you can’t always transport your belongings by airplane — which can be pretty expensive!

But don’t worry! In this guide, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about moving to Hawaii!


Pros and Cons

As much as Hawaii is commonly regarded as paradise on earth, it doesn’t necessarily mean that this paradise is actually heaven. Far from that: Hawaii has its many qualities, but it also has quite a few flaws. Here is a list of 7 pros and 7 cons of moving to Hawaii!


  1. Great views: Obviously, the very first pro about moving to Hawaii is that you’ll have great views wherever you go. You can probably even get an ocean-front office if you want!
  2. Perfect weather: If you’re not a fan of wintertime and want to enjoy the warm sun for as long as you can, Hawaii is the perfect place for you!
  3. Health care: Among all 50 states, Hawaii ranks #1 in terms of health care — it has the best health care quality in the country and the third-best access to health care in the country!
  4. Warm people: Hawaiian culture is really fun and interesting, and the Hawaiian people are incredibly nice and warm!
  5. Ultra-fast internet: According to sources, Hawaii is the best state when it comes to access to ultra-fast internet — this is perfect if you’re an avid internet user!
  6. Unexplored places: Hawaii is an island, but it also has smaller islands that are yet to be explored or inhabited. If you feel like going on an adventure, Hawaii has a lot to offer in that department.
  7. Crime rates: Although you may see a comment or two about how Hawaii is not exactly the safest place in the U.S., it still ranks #5 among all states in terms of crime and corrections!


  1. Distance from the mainland: California is the U.S. state that is closest to Hawaii’s main islands — and the distance between these two states is over 2,000 miles!
  2. Difficult logistics: Because of its distance to the mainland, and because it can only be reached by air or by sea, transporting things to Hawaii is more difficult than to other states.
  3. Expensive housing: Hawaii is one of the favorite destinations for tourists, both international and national. A lot of people want to move to Hawaii or to own a summer house on the island and, consequently, that makes house prices skyrocket.
  4. Local culture: As much as Hawaiian culture is warm, people moving to the island need to keep in mind that it is not unusual to come across natives who aren’t as welcoming to visitors as others.
  5. Bad traffic: If you’re moving to a smaller island in the region, you’ll find that the traffic on the highways is just as bad as in major cities.
  6. Mail delivery: Unfortunately, there are some areas of Hawaii where mail is not delivered straight to your home. In those cases, the homeowner may have to rent a PO box from the local Postal Service.
  7. Water distribution: Just like mail delivery, there are parts of Hawaii that don’t have formal water distribution, which leads residents to rely on other sources of water catchment.

Fun Facts

Hawaii is easily one of the most popular islands in the world, receiving thousands upon thousands of visitors every year. The 50th state has an extensive history and there are several interesting facts that we can learn about Hawaii — and we picked 6 fun facts to help you before you move to Hawaii!

  1. Hawaii’s landmass growth: Due to the volcanic eruptions that occur on the island, Hawaii is the only state which has seen landmass growth!
  2. Hundreds of islands: When people think of Hawaii, they may envision one big island that is home to different regions. But the truth is that the Hawaiian islands are composed of more than 100 islands!
  3. Home to Barack Obama: Former President Barack Obama was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. He became the first President to be born in the 50th state!
  4. Official languages: Hawaii wasn’t originally a U.S. state, hence why it has two official languages: English and Hawaiian.
  5. No billboards: In order to preserve its natural beauty, the Hawaiian government banned billboards. This happened back in 1927!
  6. Jurassic Kong: The island of Kauai (in Hawaii) has served as a set location for box-office hits that include the classics Jurassic Park and King Kong!

Funny State Laws

Hawaii may be paradise on earth, but that doesn’t mean it is exempt from having some pretty funny and senseless laws just like every other state. In case you’re wondering what types of funny laws there are in Hawaii, here are 5 of them:

  1. No coins in my ears: In Hawaii, it is illegal to place a coin in someone’s ear — so, no magic tricks, all right?
  2. Aimless driving: Do you sometimes like to get in your car and drive aimlessly to clear your thoughts? Well, you’re not allowed to do that in Hawaii!
  3. No twins allowed: Apparently, there’s a law in Hawaii that forbids twins to work in the same company.
  4. Pet lovers: Pet owners in Hawaii are forbidden by law from having more than 15 cats and dogs at home!
  5. No disturbing the birds: If you’re visiting a park in Honolulu, keep in mind that it’s illegal to annoy the birds there!

Weather and Climate

Rather than being one major island, Hawaii is actually an archipelago composed of over 130 islands. Because of its extensiveness, this state is home to 10 of 14 climates that exist in the world, which is an incredible feat. Each island has its climate, though they’re mostly tropical. In the summer, the temperature in Hawaii can go up to 88 °F. As to the winter, Hawaii mostly doesn’t experience snow (only in a few regions) and the temperature is usually around 83 °F.


When it comes to nature, Hawaii needs no introduction. This state has several natural attractions that range from waterfalls to volcanoes and dazzling beaches. There is a reason why Hawaii is called paradise. In fact, here are 5 natural attractions that earned Hawaii the nickname of ‘Paradise of the Pacific’:

  • Glass Beach, Kauai
  • Garden of the Gods, Lanai
  • Mauna Loa, Hawaii Island
  • Sea Cliffs, Molokai
  • Pipiwai Trail, Maui

Natural Disasters

Islands may be the prettiest pieces of land on the planet, but they’re also some of the most vulnerable when it comes to natural disasters. If the island’s infrastructure is not good enough, a single day of torrential rain may be enough to cause large damages. In Hawaii’s case, here are the main natural disasters that can happen in this state:

  • Hurricanes
  • Tsunamis
  • Earthquakes
  • Lava flows
  • Floodings

Moving Prices from Major Cities

Moving to Hawaii will be more expensive than moving to any other state, no matter where you’re moving from. If you’re from major cities on the East Coast or in the Midwest, be ready to pay quite a lot of money. Now, if you’re moving from the West Coast, especially from California, moving to Hawaii may be easier and less pricey! Here are the estimated moving prices to Hawaii from 6 major cities in the United States:

If you want more estimates, you can get free quotes using our moving costs calculator!

Housing / Real Estate

Housing was one of the cons we mentioned about moving to Hawaii. Why is that, you ask? For one, Hawaii is one of the most popular destinations for tourists from all over the globe, especially wealthy ones. Rich visitors, including celebrities, want to buy a piece of land in Hawaii, and that makes the median home prices skyrocket. Secondly, the 50th state is an island, meaning that everything has to be shipped or flown, making transportation (and everything else) more expensive and complex. In 2020, the median home price in Hawaii was approximately $660,000. In Oahu, the median home price in 2020 rose to $880,000 for a single-family home! As to renting, the median rent price in Honolulu (the capital of Hawaii) was a little bit over $1700 per month.

Price of Living

If you’re moving to Hawaii, be prepared to spend at least $90k per year! This state has one of the most expensive costs of living in the United States, especially if you’re moving with your family. Here are the prices of living in the 5 counties of Hawaii:

Hawaii County

Housing $1,189
Food $1,074
Child care $1,171
Transportation $1,270
Health care $938
Other necessities $913
Taxes $1,233
Monthly Total $7,787
Annual Total $93,441

Kauai County

Housing $1,511
Food $1,058
Child care $1,310
Transportation $1,269
Health care $938
Other necessities $1,036
Taxes $1,418
Monthly Total $8,540
Annual Total $102,480

Kalawao County

Housing $1,623
Food $1,087
Child care $1,436
Transportation $1,196
Health care $939
Other necessities $1,093
Taxes $1,554
Monthly Total $8,927
Annual Total $107,124

Maui County

Housing $1,619
Food $1,167
Child care $1,434
Transportation $1,268
Health care $939
Other necessities $1,124
Taxes $1,643
Monthly Total $9,194
Annual Total $110,331

Honolulu County

Housing $1,893
Food $1,074
Child care $1,548
Transportation $1,192
Health care $939
Other necessities $1,197
Taxes $1,790
Monthly Total $9,632
Annual Total $115,583

All our estimates were calculated using the Family Budget Calculator provided by the EPI.


In 2019, Hawaii’s population was a little bit over 1,4 million people, with two-thirds of the total population living in Oahu (the island where Honolulu is located). The Aloha State is considered one of the 15 least populated states in America — but it is one of the most densely populated. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Hawaii is evenly divided into 50% of female persons and 50% of male persons, and the median age in Hawaii is 39.3. On top of that, Hawaii is the only state in which the largest ethnic group is not “white”. Here’s a look at the ethnic distribution of Hawaii’s population:

  • Asian alone: 37,6%
  • White alone: 25,5%
  • Two or more races: 24,2%
  • Hispanic or Latino: 10,7%
  • Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone: 10,1%
  • Black or African American alone: 2,2%


While Hawaii is not particularly known for being an exceptional education hub, it still is home to prestigious schools and universities. College students in this have debt at graduation that is below the national average — but, on the other hand, Hawaii’s high school graduation rates are also below the average. Here are the top education institutions in Hawaii:


  • Henry J Kaiser High School
  • Punahou School
  • ‘Iolani School
  • Hawai’i Preparatory Academy
  • Mililani High School


  • University of Hawaii, Manoa
  • Brigham Young University, Hawaii
  • Chaminade University of Honolulu
  • Hawaii Pacific University
  • University of Hawaii, West Oahu

Healthcare and Medical Institutions

Hawaii is the best state for health care in America, ranked at #1. It has the best health care quality in the country and the third-most accessible health care system. In addition to that, Hawaii’s public health system is the fourth-best in the United States. The Aloha State was the first American state to require health care benefits for workers, which has led Hawaii to become one of the best states for health care. Here are the top medical institutions in Hawaii:

  • Queen’s Medical Center, Honolulu
  • Adventist Health Castle, Kailua
  • Hilo Medical Center, Hilo
  • Pali Momi Medical Center, Aiea
  • Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical Center, Honolulu

Tourism / Attractions

From beautiful tropical forests to scary, fascinating volcanoes, Hawaii has plenty of attractions that will please basically every tourist and newly-arrived resident. If you’re moving to Hawaii, there are quite a few places that you may like to visit when you get there — or even buy a house near them, if you feel like living your best life in The Aloha State! Here’s a list of 5 places in Hawaii you can’t miss:

  1. Iolani Palace
  2. The North Shore of Oahu
  3. Waikiki Beach
  4. Haleakala National Park
  5. Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park

Top Cities

Hawaii may be relatively small when compared to some other U.S. states, but this island state makes up for the lack of size with its abundance of beauty! Each city in Hawaii has its share of breathtaking places, and here are the top 4 cities in the Aloha State!

  1. Honolulu: The state’s capital, Honolulu is home to more than 300,000 residents, making it the largest city on the island. On top of that, Honolulu is the main entrance to Hawaii.
  2. Kailua: If you’re moving to Hawaii, Kailua is a great place to live if you don’t want to be around tourists all the time — this city is mostly residential. And it was in Kailua where Former President Barack Obama spent his Winter vacations.
  3. Pearl City: Home to a little over 47,000 people, Pearl City is a comfortable community, perfect for families who are looking forward to living in a nice and picturesque location.
  4. Kapolei: This city is mostly part of a private-owned estate and it was built upon a land where pineapple and sugarcane fields used to exist. Kapolei is one of the few planned communities in Hawaii.

Job Market

Hawaii has one of the highest unemployment rates in the United States, at 10.1% as of November 2020 — the Aloha State is tied at #49 alongside the state of Nevada for the highest rates in the country. There are approximately 680,000 Hawaii residents employed and the persons in poverty make up for 9,3% of the total population. The top hiring companies in Hawaii are:

  • Atlas Insurance Agency
  • State of Hawaii
  • Queen’s Health Systems
  • Honolulu Community College
  • Hawaiian Airlines

If you’re moving to Hawaii and would like to know more about getting a job at the Aloha State, you can check the state’s official website for more information.


As of 2019, the median household income in Hawaii was a little over $81,200. Out of the approximately 680,000 Hawaiian residents who are currently employed, most of them work in the food industry. According to the U.S. Census, there were over 110,000 firms operating in Hawaii as of 2012. Here are the top industries contributing to the Hawaiian economy:

  • Food services
  • Construction
  • Education
  • Tourism

Things to do

  • Hawaii is also known as the “paradise of the Pacific’. One of the most popular activities in this paradisiac state is scuba diving
  • Scuba diving with turtles in Oahu, Hawaii.

Hawaii is called “paradise” for a reason. On this beautiful island, you’re bound to have a lot of fun and experience adventures like never before. Whether you’re just visiting or you’re moving to Hawaii, it’s likely that you’ll find amazing things to do every other day. If you have no idea what is expecting you in the Aloha State, here’s a list of 8 things to do in Hawaii!

  1. Scuba diving: Hawaii is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and plenty of them have dive operators working in the area, ready to give you the experience of a lifetime!
  2. Take helicopter tours: There are several parts of Hawaii that can only be explored by air — but don’t worry! You can go on a helicopter tour and visit all these secluded regions!
  3. Go surfing in Waikiki Beach: Waikiki Beach is easily one of the most popular areas of Hawaii. This beach is filled with surfers — a few of which are always open to the idea of teaching newbies!
  4. Swim with dolphins: If scuba diving is not enough of an adventure for you, you can try swimming with dolphins and manta rays in Kona!
  5. Ziplining at Kualoa Ranch: If you’re a Jurassic Park fan, you’ll love to visit Kualoa Ranch, one of the set locations for the classic film! You can even go on adventures there, such as ziplining.
  6. Go on a Submarine tour: Yes, that is very much possible. While you’re in Hawaii, you can hop aboard a submarine and explore the ocean in an incredible underwater tour!
  7. Visit Ahu’ena Heiau: If you feel like spending some time connecting with your spirituality while you’re in Hawaii, the temple Ahu’ena Heiau is free and open to the public!
  8. Tour the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: Volcanoes are an interesting paradox: at the same time that they’re scary, we’re completely fascinated by them! If that’s your case, you can take a tour at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and appreciate these scary beauties!

Public Transport

The Aloha State is an island and, consequently, the public transportation options in Hawaii are more limited than in other states. If you’re moving to Hawaii, your best option for smooth and quick commuting is to buy your own car. However, if you need public transportation to get around the island, here are 8 means of transportation available in Hawaii:

Transportation Fare
TheBus One-way: $2.75
Maui Bus One-way: $2.00
Maui Bus ADA Paratransit One-way: $2.00
Kauai Shuttle One-way: $0.50
Kauai Bus One-way: $2.00
Hele-On Bus One-way: $2.00
Waikiki Trolley Tour: $44
Maui-Molokai Ferry One-way: $30.00
Maui-Lanai Passenger Ferry One-way: $40.00

Crime and Safety

When it comes to crime and corrections, Hawaii is among the top 5 states. It is the #1 state for corrections, even though it lacks a bit in terms of public safety, ranking at #25. The incarceration rate in Hawaii is 254 per 100,000 residents, which is below the national average. The number of violent crimes in this state is also below the national average (394/100,000 residents), at 251 violent crimes per 100,000 residents. Here are the 5 safest cities in Hawaii:

  1. Makaweli
  2. Honolulu
  3. Kailua
  4. Mililani Town
  5. Kilauea

Acquire a new driver’s license

Unlike other states, Hawaii’s official website does not specify a period in which new residents must transfer their out-of-state driver’s license. Nevertheless, you may want to get this process started as soon as possible in order to avoid getting in trouble with the local authorities. If you’re moving to the Aloha State and want to know how to acquire a new driver’s license in Hawaii, here’s what you have to do:

  • Visit the nearest Driver Licensing Center in Hawaii, so that you can fill the required forms.
  • Bring your documentation (valid U.S. driver’s license, proof of identity, proof of legal presence, Social Security Number, proof of date of birth, two proofs of residence in Hawaii).
  • Take (and pass) the vision test.
  • Pay the required fees.

Road Safety, Highways and Routes

Hawaii has the smallest highway/interstate system in the United States, especially considering that this state comprises several islands of different sizes. Although the interstate roads in Hawaii don’t actually connect other U.S. states to the islands, these roads were built under the same standards as regular interstates. Here’s a lit of the main highways, routes, and airports in Hawaii:


  • H-1
  • H-2
  • H-3
  • H-201


  • Route 11
  • Route 19
  • Route 30
  • Route 50
  • Route 83


  • Daniel K. Inouye International Airport
  • Kahului Airport
  • Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport at Keahole
  • Lihue Airport


Hawaii’s extensive history can be appreciated in the different museums scattered across the islands. If you’re moving to Hawaii and want to learn more about your future home, it’s definitely worth it to visit some of these museums. Here are the top 7 museums in Hawaii:

  1. Iolani Palace, Honolulu
  2. Kauai Museum, Lihue
  3. Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor, Ford Island, Hawaii
  4. Polynesian Cultural Center, Laie
  5. U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii, Waikiki
  6. Hawaii Nature Center, Iao Valley
  7. ʻImiloa Astronomy Center, Hilo

In the end, is moving to Hawaii worth it?

Hawaii is the very definition of paradise, most people are aware of that. Beautiful beaches, breathtaking sunsets, comfortable routine. These are all reasons why people consider moving to Hawaii — but they often ignore the not-so-positive aspects of relocating to the Aloha State. As mainstream as it is, Hawaii is still a remote location, an island in the Pacific. Living in Hawaii means that you won’t always find the items you may be looking for — and it also means that you’ll probably have to ship them from the mainland, which is much more expensive. Moving to Hawaii is worth it if you’re looking forward to living a peaceful life at a higher cost.

How to Move to Hawaii

Moving to Hawaii will take significantly more time than moving to states in the U.S. mainland — more time, more money, and more planning. If you want to move to Hawaii but have no idea where to get started, we’re here to help you: here are 10 simple steps on how to move to Hawaii!

  • Plan Ahead
    • The logistics of moving to an island are completely different than those moving to other U.S. states. That’s why it’s incredibly important that you plan ahead of moving to Hawaii. One tool that can assist you when planning your move is our downloadable moving checklist.
  • Downsize
    • Relocating to a new place can be quite expensive — even more so when you’re moving to Hawaii. You can’t transport your belongings by land, thus you should try to downsize as much as possible in order to save money.
  • Get Moving Quotes
    • Now, this is a very important step. When you’re moving to Hawaii, it’s crucial that you get as many moving quotes as possible so that you don’t end up hiring a mover that is more pricey than others.
  • Book Movers
    • Once you’re done with step #3, it’s time to contact a mover and hire them. Don’t forget to book a mover that transports items to Hawaii especifically!
  • Visit Your New Area
    • If you want to be 100% sure that moving to Hawaii is right for you, you may want to visit the island before making your final decision. We’re pretty sure it won’t be that troublesome to spend a couple of days at this beautiful island, right?
  • Start Packing
    • If after visiting the Aloha State you decide that you’ll move to Hawaii, it’s time to start packing your belongings. You may want to contact your mover beforehand and ask for instructions on how to proceed with packing.
  • Create Essentials Box
    • Moving to Hawaii means that you’ll spend at least 6 hours on a plane — or even days, if you travel by boat/ship. Because of that, you may want to create a box with all the essential items you’ll want to have access to as soon as you get to your new home in Hawaii.
  • Say Farewells
    • Once the logistics of your move to Hawaii are done, it’s time to start the emotional phase of relocating. Now that you’re going to the Aloha State permanently, you’ll be far from your relatives and friends, so you may want to take your time saying your farewells.
  • Get Some Rest
    • Moving is probably one of the most stressful things in life — there’s always something that doesn’t work according to plan, no matter how much planning you put into this. Thus, we recommend that you get some rest before the big day (and also on the way to Hawaii)!
  • Enjoy the Move
    • Yes, you’ll basically be leaving your life behind once you move to Hawaii. But you’ll be starting a new chapter of your journey in one of the most beautiful places on the planet — so enjoy the move as much as you can!

Moving services to help you relocate to Hawaii

Moving to Hawaii is going to be slightly more difficult than it would be to move to a state in the mainland. The logistics of transporting your belongings by air or by sea are significantly different than moving your items by land. If you’re moving permanently to Hawaii, here are 9 moving services that will help you in this process!

  • Furniture Transportation
    • Moving furniture to a new house is the most common service offered by moving companies. Moving to Hawaii means that your furniture will probably be shipped, which will take longer than transporting them by plane, but also less expensive.
  • Residential Movers
    • If you’re moving from your residence, residential movers are what you’re looking for. These movers will help you relocate to Hawaii and make this process as simple as possible.
  • Piano Transportation
    • You don’t need to own a piano to know that this instrument is large and heavy. Because of that, not all moving companies offer piano transportation services. You’ll probably want to ask your mover if they transport pianos to Hawaii.
  • Art and Antiques Movers
    • Art pieces and antiques are extremely fragile and require more attention during the moving process than other items. Art and antiques movers are experts in moving these items to your new location carefully!
  • Hot Tub Movers
    • You may not know this, but it’s possible to hire a moving company to relocate a hot tub. However, not all movers will transport a hot tub to Hawaii, so you should check if it isn’t cheaper to buy a new one when you get to the island!
  • Pool Table Movers
    • Pool tables, just like pianos and hot tubs, are heavier and larger than most items, thus they’re not always transported. If you’re moving to Hawaii, maybe it would save you more money to buy a new pool table rather than moving your old one to the Aloha State.
  • Office Movers: Residential moving is not the only service offered by moving companies. Movers also work with office (or commercial) moving!
  • Long Distance Movers: A long-distance mover is probably what you’ll be looking for if you’re moving to Hawaii — the nearest state to Hawaii is more than 2,500 miles away!
  • Last Minute Movers: If you have a sudden change of plans and need to move to Hawaii as soon as possible, you’ll need to find a moving company that works with last-minute moving. Keep in mind that this service may be more expensive!


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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.




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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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