On average, interstate moving costs $3,580. Interstate moving costs range from $1,500 to $5,600 for the US in 2019, based on out of state moving costs provided by Home Advisor, My Moving Reviews, Great Guys Long Distance Movers, and Zillow.
My Moving Reviews states that “the average cost of an interstate household move is about $4,300 (distance of 1,225 miles) and the average cost of an intrastate move is about $2,300 (4 movers at $200 per hour). Both average moving costs are for 7,400 pounds.”
Home Advisor states that “On average, moving out of state (but not cross-country) is about $5,600.00. This assumes a move of around 1,200 miles.”
Great Guys Long Distance Movers agree with My Moving Reviews that the average cost of interstate moving is $4,300 but also adds the fact that, “The final price depends on a lot of factors like the distance, weight, and any additional services you tack on.”
Zillow states that interstate moving costs range from “$2,000 to $5,000 per move”. Interstate moving companies usually charge per pound of materials moved. Interstate moving costs about $.50 per pound.
How Much Does It Cost to Move Out of State?
Learn more about the cost to move different sized home out of state. The costs below represent moving an apartment or home at least 1,000 miles away from its starting point.
Cost To Move a Studio Apartment Out Of State
The average cost to move a studio apartment out of state is about $1,500. Costs range from $1,200 to $1,800
Cost To Move a 1 Bedroom Apartment Out Of State
The average cost to move a 1 bedroom apartment out of state is about $2,150. Costs range from $1,800 to $2,500
Cost To Move a 2 Bedroom Home Out Of State
The average cost to move a 2 bedroom home out of state is about $3,850. Costs range from $3,500 to $4,200
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