Brokers Or Moving
Companies - What’s The
Difference? Read This
FAQ Guide Now
Hiring a moving broker could break your wallet - for
all kinds of reasons.
Green Van Lines is here to
advise you on the best
decision for your move.
Its guide is written to help you avoid the various hidden
expenses that certain moving companies may charge.
With moving brokers acting as your
link to for-hire movers, the guide
stresses the importance of personally
researching and selecting trustworthy,
With all the options out there for residential moving, Green Van
Lines intends its guide to demonstrate the potential advantages of
working directly with professional moving companies.
By cutting out the middleman,
you can significantly reduce the
risk of unreliable, stressful
When you work with brokers, you have no control over the
specific moving company hired for your move.
As such, you may find your
relocation being handled by
movers with less than satisfactory
Specifically, Green Van Lines warns that some moving
companies may add further fees for aspects of relocation that
you may consider to be part of the service.
Examples include materials,
supplies, and tasks such as
carrying belongings up and
Since brokers are not legally responsible or liable for the actions
of moving companies, you’re the one getting a raw deal.
Accordingly, the guide argues that
hiring moving companies is
unequivocally a wiser choice than
relying on brokers.