Schools are out and summer has begun. Those with families will be moving from places like Tampa or Dallas during the summer. The place you move from is not as important as when the best time to move might be.
Families often choose summer because they are not going to disrupt their children’s school lives if they take a couple of weeks to move. Starting out the new school year in a new place is tough, but it is better than coming in during mid school year. It is the reason most parents tend to schedule moves in summer.
If you do not have kids then relocating at a different time of year can be most beneficial. Whether you will conduct a long distance move or a short move from city to city in the same state, you might find it is easier to move off-season. If you can wait until it is winter, or at least later in the fall, there will be more opportunities to book professional movers for a long distance move and often for a better cost.
Whenever bookings are full, it makes it harder to find a company and at a decent rate. This is why it is going to be more affordable if you can wait until the fall or winter. You will certainly have more companies to choose from and therefore a better chance of getting that trustworthy moving company you want to hire.