What is MYMOVE?
MYMOVE is your one-stop-shop for all things moving. We know that moving can be stressful, and we’re here to help lighten the load.
As an authorized affiliate of the USPS®, we connect more than 5 million people each year to name-brand deals and expert resources that make moving easier. We bring everything you need for your move together, so you don’t have to manage it on your own.
With MYMOVE, you can say goodbye to moving stress and hello to tools that help you tackle your move.
How can I use MYMOVE’s resources to check off my moving to-dos?
We’re here to help you take control of your move.
Learn everything you need to know about your new area with our city guides and cost of living calculator. Organize all of your to-dos with our customizable moving checklist. Compare moving companies on our site to find the best moving services. Declutter before you pack, and we’ll help you find charities in your area that do free donation pickup. File an online change-of-address with USPS®, and we’ll make sure your mail moves with you.
No matter the moving task, we help you tackle it.
Latest updates and news:
Are you planning a move during COVID-19? You’re not the only one. 15.9 million people moved during the first six months of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a recent MYMOVE study. The study, which looked at USPS® mail forwarding requests from February to July, found that the total number of moves during coronavirus increased compared to the same period last year.
We also found that temporary moves increased by 27%, and people left large, densely populated cities like Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Chicago in unprecedented numbers. Read more about that study here.
If you have plans to move during the pandemic, take precautions to keep you and your family healthy. Follow our coronavirus safety guide to prevent the spread of the virus on Moving Day. If you’re a college student moving out of the dorms for winter break, here are some tips and resources to help lighten the load and keep you safe.
Winter months and the pandemic can add stress and anxiety if you’re experiencing housing instability. If you’re facing possible homelessness or are at risk of a lease ending during coronavirus, our guides connect you to resources and expert advice.