7 Ways Military Members Can Save Money When Moving

Here’s how to cut costs if you find yourself relocating this year.


By Maryalene LaPonsie

Moving is a part of military life, and it’s not unusual for service members to be relocated every two to three years.

“I moved nine times in 19 years,” says Carlos Perez, assistant secretary with the American Armed Forces Mutual Aid Association. Perez, a retired colonel and 26-year veteran of the Army, says the summer months are among the busiest when it comes to military moves. “A lot of the Department of Defense service members move in the summertime because the kids are out of school, and it’s an easy transition.”

Jim Brown, a real estate agent with Redfin and army veteran, says his company is also seeing an uptick in military members moving from overseas to a permanent duty station.

1. Pick the right living arrangement.

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