Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 08, 2014
The Commercial Movers are ready to drop great news for movers throughout the country: a massive revenue spike is projected for later this summer. This may come as a surprise to many who have remained pessimistic about the state of the current economy, but in actuality the housing market is becoming much stronger. The commercial moving service is therefore readying its workforce for the upcoming busier season.
The report is based on the findings of many industry analysts who research current economic trends throughout the country which are largely integrated with any commercial moving service. For example, these analysts track current employment rates, current revenue among all commercial movers, annual growth rates from past years in conjunction with several other factors, the housing market, regional economic disturbances, various weather patterns throughout the country, the stock market, the current cost of materials and labor, and more.
A company spokesperson commented on the report findings: "We were relatively surprised with the findings, as we're sure many other commercial moving companies were. The Commercial Movers have had steady profits for the past few years, but nothing indicated growth the likes of what is expected in the coming months. Many homes and businesses have been put up for sale, while even more entrepreneurs have applied for business licenses and home owners have made inquiries into real estate in the region. We have one of the best track records in the country, and so we can expect the next months to be exciting."
Real estate sales have grown an estimated 13%, and foreclosures have decreased 34%. This may not sound like much, but more homes are sold in early spring, and this leads to an increased demand for movers during the summer months. People usually try to move before winter, and so all homes sold during summer months usually lead to relocations in the exact same time frame. Therefore, The Commercial Movers are increasing the number of workers in anticipation of these months.
Current revenue among all commercial movers operating in the United States is an estimated fourteen billion, compared with last year's twelve. The moving industry is connected to various other industries such as box companies, office supply retailers, and recycling companies. When the housing market improves, the country can expect an economic burst of energy, and we should see one of those this summer if current trends keep steady.
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The Commercial Movers