E-Z Movers Service Covers the Best Places to Live in the Midwest

E-Z Movers: professional moving servicesE-Z Movers, a professional moving company in Chicago, provides convenient and affordable full-service moving to all points in the continental United States, including the Midwest. The company’s recent customer experiences have pointed to a trend for the most popular cities people are moving to in Middle America, for a number of different reasons.

Everything’s cheaper in the country: Affordable Midwest living

The low cost for things like housing, groceries, shopping, and entertainment in many Midwest cities makes this region of the country highly attractive, especially for families on a budget. The cost of living is generally lower than the national average in several areas of the Midwest.

One particularly low-cost city is St. Louis, Missouri. Residents earn about the same as the average American, but the cost of living is almost 9 percent below average. St. Louis movers have a wide range of free attractions available, including more museums and libraries per capita than most major cities, and free admission to top attractions like the science center and city zoo.

The Midwest is cool (and cultural)

While many people believe that Middle America is simply the part you fly over to travel between coasts, there is plenty of excitement to be found. Chicago movers may be surprised to discover that the best pizza in the country isn’t from New York, but instead originates in this trendy Illinois city.

When it comes to music, Cleveland rocks—this Midwest city in Ohio is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Cleveland movers can also take in live shows at one of the many local venues, including places like Beachland and the Grog Shop.

For customers moving to the Midwest, E-Z Movers offers great deals on both local and long-distance full-service moves. Visit the company’s website for more information on local moving specials and long-distance deals.

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Posted on May 7, 2013, in Moving. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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