NYC moving tips

Graduation.

Best neighborhoods in New York City for recent college grads

You have graduated from college – congrats! But, what to do next? Leaving a college dorm is a must, and if you have studied in NYC and don’t want to leave this town, it is time to move to a new apartment and start looking for a job. When it comes to moving, you should first choose one of the neighborhoods in New York City for recent college grads. It is important because it may help you find a job, affordable…

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Common mistakes people make when moving in NYC – 2020 guide

There’s no place on Earth like New York is, so there’s no wonder why plenty of things go wrong when people move here. Many of those are on them, such as poor judgment calls and bad preparation. But, the city knows how to prepare a good battle for you too. Luckily for you, we have collected all the common mistakes people make when moving in NYC and put it in this 2020 guide. Dive in and learn what you should,…

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Guide to renting in Upper West Side

It goes without saying that searching for an apartment in the Upper West Side is more than exciting. After all, who would not want to live in New York, the land of possibilities, and get a chance to be a true New Yorker? We all would! However, moving and living there can be challenging. Especially when it comes to renting in Upper West Side. And, why is that? Because the competition is fierce and without proper guidance, finding a dream…

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NYC at night.

Why local moves in New York City are more challenging than those in other major cities

We can all agree that living in New York City is on everybody’s wishlists. Everyone, at least at one point in their lives, starts to think about how their life would look there. They start to wonder whether this city will make them or break them. However, a portion of those people does not stop at wondering – they actually move. That is why we see all those people relocating to New York City every single day. But, living there…

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A bar.

Moving your NYC bar during pandemic

The current situation in the world regarding the coronavirus pandemic has affected everybody, as well as all the businesses. Most of the companies are closed, and their workers are sent to work from home. This particularly affected all the bars and restaurants in NYC, which must all be closed and limited to takeaway. However, sometimes people need to relocate their business, even though the pandemic is happening. Now, with the bars and cafes being temporarily closed, you can relocate your…

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An office space.

Best commercial property relocation practices in NYC

Considering moving your business to New York City? Why should you do it and how to do it without losing productivity? What are commercial property relocation practices in NYC and how business owners move their offices here? It may be intimidating because it is a big step for a business, but on the other hand, with a good business plan, your business can grow.

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How to maintain security during an NYC move

Moving is not an easy process. It requires a lot of preparation and planning, and all of this is to ensure that your move goes as smoothly as possible. Many things can go wrong during the move, and it is important to be prepared for the worst, especially when it is about moving to New York City. And there are many things you can do to ensure that your move goes as smoothly as possible. So, in order to answer…

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How to find the perfect first apartment in NYC

Moving to New York is very exciting. New York is a city like no other and that’s why it’s on so many people’s bucket lists as “a city I’m going to live in one day”. But the only disadvantage of this is that it is very hard to find a decent apartment in New York that you won’t need a small fortune each month for. If you were looking for some pointers on how you can find the perfect first…

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How much it costs to live in New Jersey vs New York

So, you have a question? And that question is – how much it costs to live in New Jersey vs New York? Don’t you worry, we have the answers. First of all, both New Jersey and New York are great states. Second, they are very close. They are next to each other. But the prices of homes vary between those two. And they vary from place to place, both in New York and New Jersey. This is why we are…

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