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Best Home Organizers in New York City

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored New York City Home Organizers on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best.

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165 W 66th St, New York, NY 10023

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5.0 (3)

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The Serene Home has provided organizing and managing services to clients in New York, New York, since 2016. It offers service consultations for whole home organization, specific projects, file management, and other organizational tasks. Virtual organization programs are available for clients outside of NYC. The founder, Karin Socci, is a certified Master KonMari Practitioner and a clinical psychotherapist. Estate management includes assistance with paperwork, inventory, auctions, and other tasks. Skilled teams of organizers stage homes for real estate marketing.

New York, NY

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5.0 (13)
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5.0 (7)

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Simple Joy with Ann offers home organizing services in New York City. The business was founded by Certified Platinum KonMari Consultant Ann Dooley. The KonMari Method puts great emphasis on mindfulness for individuals to let go of, material or otherwise, attachments and fear of the future. Her organization services may be availed either through a virtual organizing session or through in-home organizing. Depending on the client's lifestyle, Simple Joy with Ann can also incorporate wellness and parenting techniques in her organization sessions.

New York City, NY 10025

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5.0 (4)

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Gotham Organizers offers home and office transformation services by Lisa Zaslow, who founded the business in 2000 after completing her Master’s Degree in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. Zaslow's work has been featured in The New York Times, Real Simple, InStyle, New York Magazine, and House Beautiful. She's also a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers’ Golden Circle.

New York City, NY 10029

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Pinch-Hitter Professional Organizing & Productivity Solutions, LLC, has been offering organizing services throughout New York City from its Jersey City location for more than 25 years. Residents and businesses can obtain services with a minimum commitment of four hours. Pinch-Hitter provides workshops on topics like "The ABCs of Organizing", "I'm Afraid of My Inbox", "What's in that Junk Drawer?", and "Where the Hell Are My Keys?" Consultations for DIY organizing and services for seniors and children are also available. This business is affiliated with the National Association of Professional Organizers.

462 West 58th Street, New York, NY 10019

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NY Organized provides professional organizing and decluttering services in New York City and the tri-state area. Founded by Marina Radlinski, this company aims to help busy clients who do not have the time to rearrange their belongings at home. Marina conducts a consultation with the client to have a better grasp of their goals and lifestyle, and she works according to their situation. After a project, she sends guidelines that will help keep the client's home clutter-free.

New York City, NY

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5.0 (55)

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Cut the Clutter is a top-rated professional organizing business in New York City, with perfect review scores on Yelp and Facebook. Owner Natalie Schrier, a New York native and a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, has been whipping NYC spaces into shape since 2008. Closets, kitchens, playrooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, home offices and more, no space is too challenging for Natalie. Clients feel at ease with her non-judgmental approach, and love to boast about how much they’ve purged after working with her.

New York City, NY

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5.0 (11)
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5.0 (1)

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Tidy Tova is a professional organizer based in New York City, offering services such as closet decluttering, moving assistance, paper management, and space maximization. This business, with its mission of making cleaning and organization fun and exciting, has been featured in The New York Times, Bloomberg Business, Elle, Huffington Post, and Glamour.

New York City, NY 10025

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A to Zen Organizing in New York City helps clients manage their paper, space, and time with services that include project planning consultation, seasonal organizing, decluttering, coaching, organizing workshops, and an organization support group. Founder Sondra Schiff has more than 20 years of experience and is certified as a Paper Tiger Productivity Consultant, ADD Coach Graduate of ADD Coach Academy, Graduate of Coach Approach for Organizers, and a Level II Specialist in CD and ADD from the National Study Group for Chronic Disorganization.

New York City, NY 10107

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5.0 (1)

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Located in New York, Ann Sullivan, Inc. offers expert home and office organization as well as moving management. Sullivan, a Certified Professional Organizer who founded the business in 1996, strives to help clients get organized for life. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, Glamour, The Chicago Tribune, Working Mother, and Family Circle; she's also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and Parade. She's affiliated with National Association of Senior Move Managers and the National Association of Professional Organizers.

New York City, NY 10038

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Big Apple Organizers offers home, closet, and office organization throughout the New York City area. They offer easy online booking, flat rate pricing, and experienced bonded and insured organizers. Additional specialty services include personal shopping, house sitting, gift wrapping, waiting in line, package retrieval, holiday decorating, and home cleaning. This business has been featured in the New York Times, Bloomsburg Business Week, and ABC News.

Hoboken, NJ

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5.0 (5)
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5.0 (1)

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Sorted by Snow is a home organization company serving the homeowners of New York City. The company offers distinctive services to help clients organize small and large spaces. It is available to design the appearance of small closets and pantries, homes with three or more rooms, and studio apartments. Its team cleans up the area and brings unwanted items to be donated or thrown away. The company's founder is a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organization.

Brooklyn, NY 11238

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Based in Brooklyn, Genius Organizing serves all of New York City as well as northern New Jersey, Westchester, and the Hamptons. They offer full home organization, system development, file organization, moving assistance, consultations, supply shopping, time management, vacation rental preparation, and small business start-up assistance. This business has been featured in Time Out New York and Gothamist as well as on the Today Show.

New York City, NY

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5.0 (14)

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Based in New York City, Appleshine Lifestyle Organization provides both home and office organization as well as moving help. New clients receive a free 30-minute consultation. This business has been featured in Women's Day, House Beautiful, and Cafe Mom as well as on the Today Show.

Staten Island, NY 10308

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5.0 (18)
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5.0 (7)

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Founded in 2011, H.O.M.E. by Shay is a home organizing and decorating company in New York City that creates functional spaces for clients. Its design team is experienced in organizing and decluttering wardrobe closets, kitchens, pantries, bathrooms, kids' playrooms, and home offices. It creates more storage areas and can handle the removal and donation of all unwanted items. H.O.M.E. by Shay also helps speed up the process of moving, unpacking, and setting up a new space.

New York City, NY 10011

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5.0 (1)

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AKorganizing specializes in residential organizing, moving and unpacking in the New York City metro area. AK offers two signature services, the Pre -Move Purge and Unpack & Set Up, as well as light staging. Committed to giving back, AK donates 10% of their after-tax dollars to local charities working to end homelessness. AKorganzing's founder, Angela Kantarellis, brings her background in residential real estate to her work. She is a Certified Professional Organizer and an active member of the National Association of Professional Organizers. AKorganizing's work has been featured in Forbes.

New York City, NY

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5.0 (26)

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Located in New York City, Become Organized specializes in professional organization solutions for small Manhattan spaces as well as homes and offices throughout the metro area. They strive to help clients create pleasant and functional spaces. This business is affiliated with the National Association of Professional Organizers and the Institute for Challenging Disorganization. Gift certificates are available.

FAQs

  • Introduction

    Busy lives can cause clutter and disorder to quickly and steadily build up in our homes. Before long, there's a mess that isn't easily tackled and can seem overwhelming. Hiring a professional home organizer may be the best way to remove this chaos and improve your lifestyle at home. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about home organizers, including what they can help you with and what to expect if you hire one.

  • What are some methods to organize a home office?

    Tidy the desktop by using document trays, pen and pencil holders, and a mobile phone holder. Computer monitor stands assist with a neat and organized look. Tackle office storage with bookshelves or open shelving to hold reference materials and display items. Finish off with a small filing or stationery cabinet.

  • What are some methods to organize documents at home?

    Decide on a logical category structure for documents that you need to keep, such as bills, medical records, tax filings, property deeds, and personal documents. Then, group items by date, place them into labeled manila folders, and store them appropriately in a container or cabinet.

  • What are some tips to declutter daily, so the mess doesn\'t pile up?

    Tackle clutter every day by setting a timer for a short period, such as 15 minutes, and then, jump headlong into clearing a trouble spot. Another way is to make a priority list of decluttering jobs and complete one each day.

  • What are some tips to organize your home on a budget?

    A cheap, easy way to improve home organization is to buy inexpensive over-the-door hooks, adhesive strip hooks, or hook strips. Then, put them around the house for hanging coats, dressing gowns, hats, keys, or any frequently used items. A low-cost coat and hat rack with an umbrella stand placed strategically can be invaluable.

  • How much do home organizers charge?

    According to the project hiring site HomeAdvisor, professional home organizers have an average cost of $482. At a lower skill level, a home organizer may cost $255. In contrast, highly skilled self-employed individuals or agency-employed organizers cost closer to $760.

  • What does a home organizing session look like?

    Most home organizing jobs take between two  and 10 hours. Methods vary, but many organizers use a sorting method (keep, donate, trash) for clothing and other items. First, saved items are sorted into categories to determine access and display modes. Finally, the items are placed into specified storage containers or shelving in a precise manner.