Moving Trends 2016: Annual Moving Industry Snapshot #Infographic #Moving

For the fifth year in a row, MyMovingReviews has published curious data about moving and real estate trends. Using data from previous years, this year’s summary infographic illustrates how trends in the moving industry change.

They have presented the data in an amusing and intuitive way. It covers information, such as the most popular cities Americans move to, the average cost of a move in 2016, busiest moving days of the year, migration flows and tons of other curious statistics. For example, did you know that the majority of people who have requested a moving quote online have relocated locally – actually more than 60%?

Planning to move? You might find the infographic useful. You can use it as a guide for your upcoming relocation. Trying to decide when exactly to schedule your move or wondering when to move next? Be smart and make an informative, intelligent choice.

An infographic by MyMovingReviews.

Why Canada Trumps America #Infographic #Canada

Now that Donald Trump has been instated as the 45th president of the United States of America, there are lots of people that are not happy with his thinking and the politics he’s going to put in place. That’s why many men and women are looking up to their neighbour to the north: Canada.

To start pointing the benefits of this bilingual country, it is essential to mention that it has 9 times fewer inhabitants than de US, which gives them a population density of merely 4 people per square kilometre. Thanks to this, Canadians can enjoy a calmer and much more peaceful lifestyle. In addition, the country has 79 million hectares of protected wilderness and the best part of the beautiful Niagara Falls, allowing its population to stay in touch with nature.

Furthermore, if you are looking at more political reasons to choose this North American country, we must mention that it has free healthcare, same-sex legal marriage since 2005 and a cabinet formed by the same number of men and women. Way to go, Canada!

However, if you are still not convinced that Canada trumps the United States, look at the infographic below by Canadian Affair. And remember, the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.

An infographic by Canadian Affair.