Moving in NYC

A blog of moving tips and helpful information for moving in, moving out and settling into your new place. From Serenity Movers - serving the NY tri-state area.


Moving Tips

Moving Guide and Checklists for Senior Citizens

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Moving is one of life’s most stressful experiences. For seniors, there may be extra stress because of situations such as health, financial concerns or simply leaving the home you’ve lived in most of your life. The most common reason seniors move is to downsize. The time comes for every person, couple, or family when extra […]

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Serenity Movers Partners with Move for Hunger

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Serenity Movers, your local moving company serving both residential and business clients in NYC, is happy to announce that we have partnered with Move for Hunger. Move for Hunger is an organization that works with moving companies throughout North America to fight hunger and reduce food waste. When you book your next move with Serenity […]

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Packing Tips for a New York City Move

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Moving is stressful for most people. It can be both physically and emotionally demanding, and there is nothing more challenging than trying to stuff all of your belongings into boxes without breaking anything, and then trying to unpack and make sense of it all again when you reach your destination.  NYC packers and movers have […]

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Storage Tips & Offers

Store or Sell?

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What to Do with Your Belongings When You Downsize We love our stuff! Many people are fortunate enough to have more than they need, yet when the time comes to move to a New York City apartment – or just to a smaller house, we just can’t seem to get rid of enough. Should you […]

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Apartment Tips

How to Sublet a New York City Apartment

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New York City Subletting Laws are Complicated The laws are not only complicated but also relevant to all involved parties: • The landlord or building manager, who may also be the building owner • A prime tenant or apartment lessee, who has the primary apartment lease. • The subtenant or subletter who is staying in […]

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