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Moving to Brooklyn Brooklyn is one of New York's most interesting boroughs. Almost everybody knows how Brooklyn looks like from the TV. I've had had visitors from Europe, from Australia and from Asia who visited me in Brooklyn and that reaction was: "Hey it just looks like on TV here. Feel like I'm in a movie." Many are reminded of the Bill Cosby show. Even though Brooklyn is a part of New York now, it still has its own personality. It's a melting pot for many different cultures and has an interesting art scene. Moving to Brooklyn doesn't have to be hard. Just get a couple of things in mind. Do a little bit of research. There are good and bad moving companies in Brooklyn. Only go for licensed moving companies. Try to see if you can find any user reviews online. But keep in mind that some companies actually fighting these reviews. So it's not 100%. Sometimes the moving company can write their own review and pretend to be a customer. And sometimes the moving company can ride back, negative review about a competitor and pretend to be a customer. But overall most reviews are really reviews now. A more reliable indicator of the quality of service and moving company in Brooklyn provides is how they score at the BBB. Call up the Better Business Bureau and inquire about the company. The sooner you start planning your move and prepare the cheaper it will be a less stress and will cause you. Some moving companies offer cheaper rates if you don't most on holy days or weekends. Take advantage of that. I also recommend that you get a movers insurance. This way in case anything gets damaged during the move it's covered by insurance. If you keep these things in mind when moving to Brooklyn you will save yourself a lot of money on problems. I really look forward to welcoming you as a member of the Brooklyn community. I'm sure you'll have a great time here. For more moving advice go to the independent directory of movers in Brooklyn.
"Moving to Brooklyn"