There is a Jewish way to mark moving into a new home, called a chanucat habayit celebration. Moving house is a big undertaking and accomplishing it deserves celebration.
Shortly after entering a new home, it is customary to host a Chanukat Habayit (home dedication) party. At this gathering, words of Torah are spoken and family and friends use the occasion to express their blessings and wishes for a fruitful and happy stay in this new home
The idea of a chanukat habayit is based on the completion of the First Temple, where King Solomon led the nation in prayers (I Kings 8). Today, we invite friends, have a meal, talk Torah and give tzedakah, establishing the values you want in your new home. The high point is fixing the mezuzah, which requires a blessing. Some people also say the blessing shehechiyanu, thanking God for reaching this moment.
If you have already settled on a new home, congratulations on the move. According to the Talmudic sages, moving to a new location brings a change of mazal (luck, fortune). May this move be accompanied by a noticeable upswing in your mazal!