Real Movers Moving & Storage

USDOT # 2861433
150 NW 176th St Ste E
Miami, FL 33169
Miami
Florida
Contact Phone: 1 844 653 1407
Additional Phone: (718) 313-6559
Company Site: realmovingmovers.com

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Working with Real Movers Moving and Storage was a great experience. When we move our family from Florida to Kentucky we were worried about moving because in the past we had problems with movers. However, this time we had none. These guys made our transition awesome. I highly recommend Real Movers.

I absolutely hate moving However, I just received an exciting job in Kansas. As a result I needed to move from Florida to Kansas for a job. Real Movers Moving and Storage went above and beyond to help me with this difficult process. The one thing I was worried about was items breaking. Especially some items my grandma gave me before she passed away last year. Once they got to my new home, not a thing was broken. To see that all of my valuables made it safely across the country was a relief. I would definitely hire this company again!

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