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  • If You Just Moved to Los Angeles, Visit These Hot Spots!

    Whether you’ve been here for a week or a few months, Los Angeles is a wonderful place filled with many exciting sights and sounds on a daily basis. From the legendary Hollywood sign to famous eateries such as Pink’s Hot Dogs, there is plenty of fun to be had in this beautiful location. If you’re not sure where to start first, here are a few of our favorite picks: Hollywood Walk of Fame One of the ...
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  • How to Preserve Your Culture When Moving Internationally

    If you are moving to a new country, you may be worried about adjusting to your new community and losing your family traditions. It’s important to know that just because you’re adapting to a new culture, it doesn’t mean you need to let go of your customs. Balancing both cultures will be essential to maintaining your identity while embracing a new culture. Living in a new country can feel strange ...
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  • 5 Things to Know if You’re Moving to LA

    Adjusting to life in a new city will always take time — but if that new city happens to be LA, then it may take even more time than you expect (in the best way possible). This fast-paced spot is where all of the action happens. From famous attractions to celebrities on the streets, LA has precisely what you're looking for. However, newcomers to the City of Angels may want to do a bit of research, ...
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  • The Ultimate International Moving Guide

    Are you planning to move out of the country but don’t know where to start? AQMS has created a guide for your international move. Moving internationally is daunting—this is why we have listed a few essential “must do’s” to set you up for success before your departure day. Below some things you will want to do before you leave the states: Get Visas Fully Settled Well Before Your Departure Day ...
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  • Must-Have Documents to Have When Moving Internationally

    There are a million things to do when organizing an international move—yet there are always important things we forget to do. A task you won’t want to forget is organizing important documentation for your relocation. These documents are essential to gain entry and establish residency in your new home country. Must-Have Documents Documentation that you should carry with you when you move (and keep ...
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  • "How Do I Know If I Can Deduct My Moving Expenses?"

    Relocating for your job can be exciting—yet there are many expenses that come with moving abroad. Thankfully, you can deduct your moving expenses if you meet all 3 requirements below: Your Move Closely Relates to the Start of Work One of the requirements to receive a deductible on your moving expenses is that your move is closely related—both in time and in place—to the start of work at your new ...
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  • Good News, Entrepreneurs: LA's Business Growth to Increase

    Netflix. Hulu. Amazon. These three giants have changed the way people consume movies and TV by disrupting old distribution models...and now they're all media creators in their own right. But even as they've changed the industry, one thing hasn't changed: Los Angeles is the city for creating movies and TV. Digital media is the source of 200,000+ jobs in Los Angeles and in a neighboring county—a 12 ...
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  • What It's Like Being an LA Native in Other Cities

    When you're planning a long-distance move, one of the hardest things to plan for is what you'll miss. Plenty of people left Los Angeles thinking they'd miss the sunshine...only to realize that they weren't much of a "sunshine"-loving person after all. If you're planning a long-distance move and need a good moving company, give AQMS a call—we'll be happy to give you a free in-home or in-office ...
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  • Why People Are Flooding Los Angeles (Despite Bad Traffic)

    Los Angeles allegedly has a…not-great reputation everywhere else in the country. While you always have the dreamers who believe LA has the key to their destiny as a screenwriter/actor/director/model, the “adults” know that LA has terrible traffic, poor air quality, and terrible housing costs. But for someone reason, LA continues to have far more people coming in than are leaving. What’s the deal? ...
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  • Los Angeles Forced to Streamline Affordable Housing

    Los Angeles (and 468 other California cities) will be forced to reduce housing regulations to speed up approval of future housing developments. This penalty is relatively new, but the drawback is based on a long history of state-regulated development policies. The History of California Housing In the 1970s, California faced a statewide housing shortage. To make matters worse, experts predicted the ...
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  • February Is a Fantastic Time to Move to Los Angeles

    Are you sick of being shut-in by the snow? Are you ready to branch out to something new? Los Angeles is a city many dream about. If you are ready to take pursue the L.A. dream, February is the time do it! Here are a list of reasons why you should move to Los Angeles this February: The weather is unbelievable . While some states are covered in snow from top to bottom, the citizens of Los Angeles ...
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  • Los Angles Renters Fear Displacement from Apartments

    The housing market in Los Angeles is at an all-time high. The median price for a home in Los Angeles is $580,000 while median the rent price for a one-bedroom apartment is $1,350 a month. The main reason for these prices is the lack of available living space in Los Angeles. The population of Los Angeles has continued to grow alongside its housing market, resulting in scarce Los Angeles housing. ...
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  • Longstanding L.A. Homeowners Could Profit from Market

    The whole region of Southern California’s housing market is matching an all-time high and continues to soar to new heights. In the month of September, the median price for Southern California homes reached $505,000, matching the previous 2007 median price record. However, Los Angeles County has surpassed its median at a price of $575,000, which is $25,000 higher than its peak in 2007. Orange ...
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  • Southern California Residents Moving to Greener Pastures

    Los Angles is growing in size as its infrastructure continues to boom and as immigrants continue to relocate to Southern California. Currently, L.A. is nearly three times as populated as the next largest city in California (San Diego). While the population grows with no end in sight, Californians are beginning to rethink their living situation. Cost of Living Ushers Homeowners Out While new ...
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