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About Moving Self Service

If you are looking to start your own business, consider opening a self storage and moving company. The beauty of owning this kind of company is that you run the office and commercial facility, but you do not have the liability of hiring movers to work for you.

You can rent out trucks, vans, trailers and even self storage containers to people for cheap, and the customers are responsible for moving their own furniture and household items. You can set different rates based on whether they rent a truck, van or trailer, and you can even change the price depending on if the move is local or long distance.

You may also consider offering storage units on your premises. With a storage unit, people pack up their home goods in boxes and load up their furniture, then drive it to your office. Then, they can leave it there and schedule a pickup once they get their residential situation in order.

While you do not necessarily need a degree to own this kind of company, you might want to get a degree in business or finance so that you can be a responsible business owner. Management classes would also be helpful as you will probably have at least a small staff. You will also be responsible for maintaining the equipment and vehicles, so consider hiring an on-staff mechanic.

If you own your own self storage and moving company, you will be able to have a rewarding and lucrative career, allowing you the freedom to be your own boss.

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