Hello & Welcome Minnesota Movers!

The Land of 10,000 Lakes

Welcome to Minnesota, the home of Bisquick, bundt cakes and the honeycrisp apple. Besides having invented many beloved American foods, come to this state to see the famous Mall of America and Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, the largest urban sculpture garden in all of America. Minnesota has a lot more to it than what was shown in the Coen brothers film Fargo, don’t cha know?

Minnesota Relocating - Being a New Resident

The largest (and therefore most likely to move to) cities include Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Duluth, Rochester, St, Cloud, Minnetonka, Mankato, Bemidji, Bloomington, Eden Prairie, Stillwater, Brainerd, Edina, Eagan, Red Wing, Winona, Burnsville, Alexandria, Maple Grove and Plymouth.
Once you’ve decided on a town, you’re ready to relocate! Whichever place you decide, you can have the smoothest transition possible by following the proper steps required by the Minnesota Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) We’ve laid out the most important steps for becoming a resident below.

Valuable Neighborhood Information: Minnesota Moving Quotes and Minnesota Moving Companies

Weather: Minnesota has a solid climate classified as continental. This means summers are hot and winters are cold…real cold! Temperatures go below freezing often and though snow is the most common precipitation during this time of year, freezing rain and sleet occur as well. During summertime, the level of humidity depends on your location as the south is far more humid than the cooler north.
The strongest weather to look out for are winters storms, droughts and tornadoes. Some of these severe weather conditions can also result in flooding.
Population & Cost of Living:-Move to Minnesota to join the 5.42 million people already living here. How much does it cost to be a resident here? In much of the state, it costs about the same as the average of all cities in America. With growing job opportunities and such in Minneapolis, large cities like this are more expensive.

Minnesota Employment Rate & its Economy

Minnesota has a very low unemployment rate at 4.3% as of Fall 2014. This rate hiked in 2010 after the recession, but has dropped quickly since 2010.
Minnesota has a broad industry landscape, some of the top industries including bioscience, manufacturing (such as food and technology), green and clean energy, banking, insurance, data centers, health care, agriculture (top products being sugar beets, sweet corn and green peas).
Some of the nation’s top companies are based out of Minnesota, such as Target, Best Buy and UnitedHealth Group.