"Within 30 days of moving into a new home Jews have to fix a decorated case with a mezuzah in it to the right upper third of door frame. Mezuzah (in Hebrew “doorpost”) is a piece of parchment on which there are certain Hebrew verse from Torah (Deuteronomy 6:4-9 and 11:13-21)."
"Jews also have an old tradition of giving salt, bread and a broom when someone moves in as sort of housewarming present. Salt is meant to season your life. Bread is given in hope you will never be hungry. The broom is meant to sweep all the sadness in life away. Sugar is sometimes added too. It should make your life sweeter. "
They bring a piece of parchment, which is hung up on the door frame. They also have a tradition of bringing salt, which symbolizes a seasoned life, bread that symbolizes a sign of fullness, broom to sweep away sadness from the home, and sugar to add sweetness to life.