Congratulations on your big decision to move to New Mexico!

Since White Gloves Genesis in 1988, We’ve performed over one-thousand long distance moves to New Mexico. We hope to see you on moving day!

Our Moving Process

The White Glove Treatment

We are licensed to perform local moves in New Jersey to relocate customers to any location in the continental United States, including New Mexico.

White Glove is also happy to offer a flat price on your long distance move. Our prices are based on your inventory rather than charging based on factors like weight or cubic feet. This helps eliminate variable on the move day and gives our consumers complete control over your price and removes all surprises.

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Benefits of Living in New Mexico

When you hear the word "Utah," chances are you think of mountains, but not only does Utah offer stunning mountain ranges and its namesake, the Great Salt Lake, the western portion of the state also features desert land. There is endless fun to be had in Utah and some of the best views in all of the United States, as well as history, great education, and jobs. If you are lucky enough to move to Utah, there are many aspects of this great state that you will enjoy.

1. You'll Find

Affordable Housing

It may be hard to move just when you have a perfect New York apartment close to public transportation or a house so close to Manhattan. Still, do you genuinely mind not having to apply over 60% of your monthly income toward your mortgage? Moving to New Mexico means paying half of what you are used to paying for the same amount of space.

2. New Mexico has a

Diverse Job Market

Recent years have brought a significant boost to New Mexico’s job market with the influx of mega-companies like Netflix and Amazon planting roots in Albuquerque, resulting in thousands of job openings. In addition, food and medical manufacturing, warehousing, and companies within numerous other industries are turning to New Mexico as a perfect location for their headquarters, thanks to government incentives, including tax exemptions and credits tied to new job creation.

3. There is a

Rich Mixture of Cultures

New Mexico’s population is less dense than New York’s, but cultural diversity is as vital to its history as it is to New York’s. The population includes more than twenty-eight ethnic groups, including African,  Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, and Swedish. The Native Americans, Mexicans, and Hispanics who have populated New Mexico for centuries significantly impact the state’s culture.

4. Find a

Vibrant Arts Scene

Few places rival New York’s seemingly endless museums, galleries, concert halls, and theaters, but be ready for New Mexico to surprise you. Long before Western artists discovered the sublime beauty of its landscape and natural light, native populations mastered weaving, pottery making, silversmithing, and doll making with techniques still in use today. Art enthusiasts can find these treasures alongside masterpieces by Western artistic luminaries, including Georgia O’Keefe, Oscar Edmund Berninghaus, and Bruce Naumann.

Institutions featuring other art forms abound. Visit the Natural Hispanic Cultural Center to take in a mesmerizing flamenco dance performance or the Popejoy Theater to catch a version of your favorite New York ballet company or Broadway show when it is in town.

5. Enjoy New Mexico's

Legendary Outdoor Beauty

New Mexico’s striking beauty is palpable and inescapable. Natural and human-made beauty co-exist and blend effortlessly. Visit the spectacular dwellings carved into the Frijoles Canyons of Los Alamos by the Pueblo Indians who lived there from 1150 CE to 1550 CE. Don’t neglect to tour the legendary cave of Carlsbad Canyon, over eight acres in size. Enjoy a hike or bike ride on the designated paths of White Sands National Park, the world’s largest dune field. These adventures are only some of the ways to enjoy the beautiful New Mexico landscape. Is it any wonder how The Land of Enchantment earned its nickname?

6. Get Lost in

Mesmerizing Sky and Light

New Mexico’s sky inspires photographs and paintings by artists worldwide. Various factors contribute to the magnificent color and light combinations extending across it daily. These include localized rainstorms that promote rainbows, mountaintop cloud formations that reflect sunlight, and cool air that scatters blue light while saturating the clouds in deep, breathtaking hues.

At night, Dark Sky Parks combine high elevations, clear nights, low population densities, and the dry climate to provide perfect star-gazing conditions.

7. When it comes to Peppers Enjoy

Green, Red, or Both

Farms around New Mexico will gladly ship the state’s world-famous chiles throughout the country, assuming any remain after the residents have their fill. Still, if you’ve never tried them, you are in for a treat. New Mexico’s agriculture staple has many degrees of intensity, from mild to scorching hot, and brings a characteristically New Mexican flavor to any dish and accompanies every restaurant meal. But, of course, waiters will never ask you if you want any; instead, they will pose the official state question, “Green, Red?” Best of all, you don’t have to pick sides; you can have both.

8. Experience

All The Seasons

New Mexico boasts 310 days of sunshine per year, with approximately 60 rainy days. Still, you don’t need to worry about missing the four seasons of New York because New Mexico will accommodate you with the same. Temperatures rise into the 90s at the peak of summer in July and drop into the 20s in January. Spring blooms with wildflowers, whereas autumn welcomes trees bursting with the brilliant hues and patterns of a kaleidoscope.

9. New Mexico is

Oldest Wine-Producing State

New Mexico has the distinction of being the oldest wine-producing region in the United States. Its roots go as far back as the seventeenth century when a Franciscan monk smuggled mission grapes out of Spain and brought them to the region. Currently, 50 wineries and vineyards contribute millions of dollars to the state’s revenue. White and red wines are abundant, and there is even a white variety, Hatch Green Chile Wine, that incorporates chiles. Wine festivals throughout the year include music, food, and of course, wine tastings.

10. You'll Find

Less Stress

After a few months of living in New Mexico, you may start to notice that you are smiling more, sleeping better, and generally more relaxed. In addition, you will realize that most people are amiable and accommodating and tend to enjoy life at an easy-going pace. After all, they don’t want to miss a moment of the breathtaking scenery.

Of course, there are many things about New York to miss, but aren’t you looking forward to life in  New Mexico? Contact us today to discuss the packing and moving services we offer to help make your move as easy as life in New Mexico.

White Glove’s Long Distance Price Lock Guarantee

White Glove is proud to be the only Long-Distance mover in New Jersey & New York to offer, “Long-Distance Price Lock.

This means the price we quote you before your move is always the price you pay after the move. 

No hidden fees, no circumstantial costs, no nickel or diming you for things you didn’t agree to. That’s one of the ways we make your moving day a White Glove experience. Learn more about other commitments we make to our customers.

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