North Dallas Moving and Storage Helps Thousands Relocate as Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Area Adds About 145,000 New Residents in One Year

dallas-fort-worth-census-data-2015DALLAS, September 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — North Dallas Moving and Storage (NDMS), a local, long-distance and interstate moving company based in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, is celebrating 50 years in business this year as its hometown area marks record population growth. According to the latest U.S. Census Bureau findings, the Dallas-Fort WorthArlington metro area ranked second in the country for net population gain last year, adding about 145,000 new residents from July 1, 2014, to July 1, 2015 (1); over 86,701 were net residential migration gains in 2015 (2). In addition, Dallas attracted more millennials in 2015 than any other U.S. city according to the recent Mayflower Mover Insights study, which ranked Dallas first based on the number of people aged 18–35 who moved into the area last year (3).

“This year marks our 50th anniversary, and it has led me to reflect on how very fortunate we are to live and work in a thriving metropolitan area filled with so many amazing people,” said Brandon Morris, President of North Dallas Moving and Storage. “There are only a handful of full-service moving companies in the Dallas area that are equipped to handle long-distance moves, and our team at NDMS takes great pride in being one of the best.”

North Dallas Moving and Storage has helped thousands of families move during the past five decades, and the company’s multiple Consumers’ Choice Awards and Best of Carrollton Awards, together with their A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, demonstrate the community’s continued satisfaction and support.

Morris notes that many of the new arrivals to the Dallas-Fort Worth area are either relocating for job opportunities, or to live near their loved ones. According to recent data provided by ZipRecruiter, the metroplex has strong job growth, low unemployment, diverse growth industries and a higher ratio of available jobs to population than New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta and Miami. Dallas remains on pace for hiring growth this year, with 2016 job posting activity up 38 percent over the end of last year (4).

“It is important to understand that there are a number of federal and state regulations interstate moving companies must follow to protect consumers’ property while in transit,” explained Morris. “As a second-generation family-owned business and leading agent of United Van Lines, North Dallas Moving and Storage is a qualified interstate mover, and we are equipped to handle all aspects of residential or corporate relocation.”

To help homeowners and businesses prepare for a long-distance move, North Dallas Moving and Storage has compiled a comprehensive collection of moving and packing guides, articles and checklists on the NDMS.com website:

To learn more about North Dallas Moving and Storage and its full range of moving services and secure storage solutions, visit https://www.ndms.com.

About North Dallas Moving and Storage:

Founded in 1966, North Dallas Moving and Storage (NDMS) is a family-owned and operated business serving residential and commercial customers throughout Texas. NDMS was appointed as agent for United Van Lines in 1975 and has since established itself as one of United’s largest booking agents. The company is based in Carrollton, Texas, and offers local moving and storage solutions for residential and commercial clients throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, while its interstate movers provide long-distance moving and relocation services nationwide. NDMS has consistently maintained an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and has earned many accolades, including the Consumer’s Choice Award, United Van Lines Masters Club Award and Best of Carrollton Award. NDMS is affiliated with the American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA) as well as its ProMover and Registered International Mover (RIM) programs, and the company is a proud supporter of MoveRescue, Move for Hunger, and the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) and its Food 4 Kids program.

(1). U.S. Census Bureau. “Four Texas Metro Areas Collectively Add More Than 400,000 People in the Last Year, Census Bureau Reports”; press release issued March 24, 2016. http://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2016/cb16-43.html
(2). Maciag, Mike. “More Americans Flocking to Sun Belt Metro Areas”; Governing; March 24, 2016; Metro Area Migration Data per U.S. Census Bureau. http://www.governing.com/topics/urban/gov-census-population-data-sun-belt.html
(3). Mayflower. “Experiences, Not Family Ties, Lead Millennials to New Cities”; press release issued April 5, 2016. http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/experiences-not-family-ties-lead-millennials-to-new-cities-300245707.html
(4). Hethcock, Bill. “Here Is Why the DFW Job Market Continues to Sizzle”; Dallas Business Journal; February 25, 2016. http://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/news/2016/02/25/here-is-why-the-dfw-job-market-continues-to-sizzle.html

Media Inquiries:
Brandon Morris
President
North Dallas Moving and Storage
https://www.ndms.com
(972) 241-1562