Handy Apps For Home Buyers

 

Mary Jackson, Cook & James

As a real estate agent, you probably know a lot of people who are moving.  Wouldn’t it be nice to suggest some resources for your happy customers? Of Course! Apps are the wave of the future, so it’s no surprise that the new app GoShare provides everything your customer needs to move without the hassle of renting a U-Haul and trying to solicit friends to help out.  

GoShare is used by people and businesses throughout Atlanta who need a friend with a truck. Service areas include Atlanta, Brookhaven, Dunwoody, Roswell, Marietta, Sandy Springs, Kennesaw, Duluth, Norcross, Decatur, Smyrna, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, College Park, Cumming, Buford, Suwanee, Douglasville, Tucker, East Cobb, and more!

When it comes to moving furniture, I am always the first person on the struggle bus. I never know what size truck to rent, and I always dread lugging my dresser and head board up and down stairs. I’m starting to feel like someone comes in and fills furniture with rocks the night before a move. GoShare gives you the option to “rent” background checked, vehicle inspected, hand selected movers in your area- saving you a backache and some cash.

The service starts at around $1 per minute.  This includes driver and truck, plus you can choose as much muscle as you want- ie. 1, 2 or 3 helping hands. It’s a simple app to use: you enter your location, select the vehicle, select the man power and approximate moving time. The app will then send you an estimate which you can confirm or delete. Once you confirm, you can track the movement of your crew. I can’t put a price on not having to move my own things, but if I could, I think $1 per minute sounds pretty darn reasonable. GoShare even comes with an insurance policy so that you can rest easy knowing that all your stuff is safe and sound. 

Just moving a box and need some help? GoShare has you covered. You can use GoShare for tasks big and small. 

Trust me, your customers will thank you. 

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