The Best Hoboken Moving Companies, According to Locals

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There’s a place where one can find anything they need to know about Hoboken or Jersey City life — the HG Insider’s Facebook Group. Whether you need to find a roommate, a good tailor, or recommendations for the best eggs benedict in the Mile Square, HG Hoboken and Jersey City Insiders have the answers. Join the group here and get in on the action. In the meantime, enjoy this list of tried and true moving companies in the area.

“Hi all! Does anyone have a recommendation for movers in Hoboken that would be cheap, but GOOD? I live in Hoboken and will be moving to a new apartment in town {less than a mile away}. What is the average price range?”

Kerry Ann

GoWagon Packing + Moving — Yes!! Rui is awesome! I’ve used them for two big moves and small ones.” 

Denise Carballo Ocello

“I’ve used Tommy’s Moving several times. Always a good experience.”

Veronica Kennedy

Jersey Movers. They’re the best! Arrived on time, finished early, charged us $100 less than they quoted.”  

Taryn Fucci Cannataro

Morrissey’s Movers are awesome. I’ve used them three times over the years. Great crew and reasonable pricing. Good luck!” 

Ashley Casorio

I used L+L for my move {very short distance – just down the hall of the same building} and they were great!”

Arielle Kuzdral

Absolutely Optimum Moving NJ.”  

Cindy Polansky Altberger

Flatrate movers were great! I’ve used them twice but they can be a bit pricey.

Marie Rose

I have used Veteran Movers NYC and they are great. Not based in Hoboken, however, I used them for my last move which was within Hoboken as well and they gave a great rate and the movers are all military veterans.

Samantha Levinson

Accurate Movers — These guys will come to Hoboken they’re amazing and charge a flat rate rather than hourly. HIGHLY recommend. I used them moving from Staten Island to Hoboken and my parents used them to move all the way to Florida from NY

Kristina Persson

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The Louisiana native started at NYU in 2016 and is currently working on her degree in Media and Communication. She is making her way through the Mile Square neighborhood, one coffee shop at a time. When she isn’t writing or getting her caffeine fix, Alyssa enjoys trying out new dessert recipes (especially if there’s chocolate in it) or attending a midnight showing of the newest blockbusters. On a typical Saturday night, you can usually find Alyssa either at a concert or watching Netflix’s newest binge-worthy TV series.