There are a number of logistical issues to tackle when planning for a move. After finding the perfect home within your new city or state, the next thing on your moving to-do list is planning the actual move itself. For most people, renting a moving truck and driving it themselves to a new location makes a lot of sense, both time and money-wise. However, renting a truck for your long distance trek requires a lot more effort than simply hiring a cross country moving company. Before you embark on the process of moving yourself, there are a few things that you should keep in mind.
Welcome to Waco! The Lone Star State is the 2nd largest state in the country, so making a move to Texas opens up a wide world of possibilities. If you’re looking for a place with a small-town vibe that has access to big city living, then Waco, Texas, is the perfect new home for you. Located in central Texas, half-way between Dallas and Austin, Waco is one of the great State of Texas’ hidden gems. Most people don’t realize that Waco is home to landmarks like the Hawaiian Falls Water Park and the Grand Lodge of Texas, one of the largest Freemasonry Grand Lodges in the world.
Also based in Waco is Baylor University, a private Christian university, and one of the oldest continuously operating universities in Texas. And let’s not forget that Waco is the home of Magnolia Market, a two-block shopping complex in downtown Waco owned and operated by Chip and Joanna Gaines of HGTV’s Fixer Upper fame. If shopping isn’t your thing, then check out the breweries and vineyards that call Waco home. From the arts to theaters and nightclubs to sports bars, Waco is sure to have something to pique your interest. Welcome home!