Moving from Florida to New York?

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Moving to one of the most popular states in the US must be exciting. In this short guide, I will give you answers to some important questions. The more prepared and informed you are, the easier it will be for you to adapt to the new life. How much will it cost to move from Florida to New York? How can I get to New York? What about shipping my car from Florida to New York? Is moving to New York a good idea after all?

How much does it cost to move from Florida to New York?

The cost to move will be based on the size of your house or apartment. There are no fixed rates set by moving companies. Just like with shipping a car, you need to request a few quotes and compare. The prices will vary based on the distance, the moving time, the volume, and, in some cases, the weight of the furniture being moved. Some additional moving services and products may increase the price as well.

For example, the average price for moving from a 2 or 3 bedroom apartment, from Florida to New York City, can range somewhere between $3000 and $5000. It is important to choose a good moving company that offers professional services, not just to book the lowest quote received. Checking their certification and insurance is also very important. Check their customer reviews to learn more about how they treat their customers and how they perform their duties. A good idea is to call for an in-house estimate, which will give you a firm price quote on paper.

How to ship a car from Florida to New York?

Shipping a car is easier than moving your household. You can arrange the shipment in three easy steps – research, call, and book.

  1. Research car shipping companies – choose and check their licenses and customer reviews
  2. Call or request quotes online – ask questions about shipping a car from Florida to New York
  3. Decide and book with a company, pick the type of car shipping service as well

The delivery window from Florida to New York is about 3 to 5 days. Then you have to register your car with the DMV and get your New York state driver license within 30 days from your arrival.

How to plan my move from Florida to New York?

Before you actually move, you have to prepare, and there is no better way than having a plan. Planning is a key component when moving. Do not forget that most Americans categorize moving as one of the most stressful events in life.

  • Make a budget based on your savings and expected income
  • Prepare all the necessary documentation – new job, school, or healthcare
  • This is a good moment to also update your mailing address
  • Decide which items you would like to take with you and which to leave
  • Make all arrangements with your moving company
  • Book your plane ticket to New York and relax
What are the living costs in New York?

New York is one of the most expensive states. Rental and real estate purchase prices can be shocking, especially in New York City. For example, in Miami, the median home costs $329’900, whereas in New York City will be $680’500. The good news is that the annual average salary in New York is also higher than that in Florida. So, if you look in advance, you can still find a place that can suit your budget.

Initially, I recommend you check different cities, such as Albany or Saratoga Springs, which are cheaper than New York City. However, if your job is in the Big Apple, then you can opt for areas such as Brooklyn, Queens, or the Bronx. Sometimes, you can find good deals, and since the city has a good infrastructure, commuting to your workplace won’t be difficult.

Is moving from Florida to New York a good move?

Moving to another state has its pros and cons. On the one hand, you will leave a touristic coastal paradise, but on the other hand, you will move to a vibrant state which offers countless opportunities. As a New York lover, I may be a bit biased, but overall, in the long term, I think that your move is worth it.

Corsia Logistics’ home is the Golden State, but our team travels all over the country, and we love both Florida and New York. We are also excited about your move, and we hope this short guide has helped you.

Do not hesitate to call us with questions. We can recommend moving companies from Florida, D.C., and Boston, who serve the east coast extensively. Request a quote to ship your car now on our website, chat, or call our team now. Thank you!

 

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About the Author:

Ina Gjika is a banker who loves to dive into philosophy and dance to the music beats. Ina also enjoys getting lost into her bookshelves and smelling freshly ground coffee, while dreaming about exploring the world. She holds two B.A majors in Business Administration and Political Science & International Relations, as well as a B.A minor in Economics.
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