Friday, May 31, 2013

Now that you've landed your new apt - it's time to unpack. Tips on how to make it stress free

Moving In NYC: How to Unpack Once You’ve Reached Your New Home

May 28, 2013 at 5:37 pmReal Estate Tips and Trends
DSC_3897By Laurel Byrne, City Move
Moving in NYC is super stressful. But with a bit of organization and foresight, you can make your move to your new apartment more manageable. Read this article for a guide on how to strategically and efficiently unpack your furniture and belongs once you’ve moved into your new apartment or home.
You may think that unpacking the contents of your entire home or apartment after a move would be difficult, but you can make it easy by sticking to a plan. The order in which you unpack your belongings will be based on what items you will need immediately versus those which you can wait until using. If you have an inventory list handy, you may want to reference this as you unpack to make sure that you are not missing anything. When you packed up your belongings at your old home or apartment, you should have made one box, or several boxes, of essentials that you kept using right up until your move; these items include things like a toothbrush and toothpaste, medicine, a hairbrush, toilet paper, several daytime outfits and nighttime sleepwear, shoes, some dishes and silverware, and some essential cooking utensils. Hopefully you labeled your essentials boxes—these are the boxes that you want to unpack first.

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