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NYC skyline by night which makes moving from NJ to NYC very appealing.

Moving from NJ to NYC

You must be clear about it, moving from NJ to NYC is a big change. Wherever you come from a move to one of the biggest, fastest and most bustling cities in the world can be a completely life-altering experience. New Jersey is the state next door but it can’t be more different than NYC. When moving to the city to live or work there you must know and consider some things.

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DIY move to NYC – is it possible?

Do you want to move to NYC by yourself? It is a big step, so if the answer is YES, then you must be fully prepared for each step of the relocation. What is important to know and to learn? How to accomplish tasks? DIY move to NYC is not the easiest option, but it is cheaper. If you have a tight moving budget, you should be creative and to take some of the tasks in your hands.

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How to know if you need to hire movers?

The process of moving and relocating your entire household can be extremely expensive. That is why people who are on a tight budget opt for a more affordable way of moving. That is, instead of trying to hire movers, they try to have a more DIY kind of move. It goes without saying that doing everything by yourself is cheaper, but it is also a process that has to be planned in advance, and that is time and energy consuming.…

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Moving to Florida – yay or nay?

So the decision is made, and you are moving to Florida. If you like sunshine, Mickey Mouse and miles, and miles of sunny beaches, this is a country for you. For many people, life in Florida is similar to paradise. Moreover, it has a carefree approach to life which makes everybody relaxed and cheerful. People are friendly, love chatting, the climate is tropical, and the cost of living is reasonable.

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Moving budget – how to calculate it right?

You would think that packing, unpacking and transporting will give you enough to worry and stress about. But, there is a little question of a budget that many of us do not calculate properly. Maybe you haven’t thought about everything you need to pay or buy.  Some things t you need to include in your moving budget.

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Moving to NY for college

College life is one of the most exciting periods in anyone’s life. You are young, carefree and you are moving to NY to study. However, you should act responsibly from the start. As you are now entering adulthood, you should come prepared to the Big Apple. You will have to balance your university obligations with social life and possibly a part-time job. That is a way you should make a plan in order not to be unpleasantly surprised. Moving to…

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What are the things your movers won’t move?

If you are moving for the first time or you just need a reminder, let us just refresh your memory that there are things your movers won’t move. Whether you are preparing for a long or short distance move, you have to know that there are some things you will have to take care of without movers help. The first and the most important thing is to make a plan, sort out your budget and make checklists! Checklists are very good as they will…

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How to prepare for a move

Tips on how to prepare for a move

So, you have finally made a decision to relocate? Congratulations! But, before you enter your new home, there are some things you need to do. One of the important things is to prepare for a move. Moving preparation might take some time. However, it is important for your relocation process. Once you have everything prepared, you will be able to have a good and safe relocation.

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