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Relocation

What is a relocation?

Why don't I just do it myself?

 

Preview trips

Who needs a preview trip?

Why should you bother?

What to expect

 

Information

Documentation

Planning

 

Transit

Shipment of goods

Travel arrangements

 

Registration

Work permits

Resident's permits

Town Hall registration

Family allowance

Schools & Kindergartens

Family pets

Bank account

Insurance risks

 

Settling in

Language schools

Ongoing help

 

Automobiles

Importing a vehicle

Purchasing a vehicle

Drivers’ licences

 

Further support

Repatriation service

 

Working with us

Why you should consider us

What we will deliver

What we won't deliver

 

Extras

Imprint

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Finding a new home

By now, the transferee will have a fairly accurate opinion as to the type and location of his/her new home. A home search will begin as soon as he/she is ready and will be scheduled to be compatible to his/her work commitments.

 

You should expect that the Relocation Consultant be not biased, affiliated to any Realtor, nor organisation deriving profit or gain from the eventual chosen property.

Once a suitable home has been found, the Relocation Consultant will liaise between the transferee and the real estate agent or owner, as necessary to help in the drafting of the rental contract. After the contract has been prepared, the Relocation Consultant will provide the transferee with an English translation of all of his/her contractual obligations. If it is in the best interest of the transferee, the Relocation Consultant will recommend signature.

The Relocation Consultant will provide bank transfer details to the transferee with respect to the Landlord's security deposit, the first months rent and setting up a monthly standing order.

Moving in

The Relocation Consultant will be present at the “Handover” and will write a protocol of the condition of the residence, the various utility meter readings. A photographic record of the condition will be taken and stored by the Relocation Consultant to prevent later disputes.

 

The Relocation Consultant will complete the de-registering Town hall formalities for the transferee from his initial residence and re-register him or her at the new address.

The Relocation Consultant will organise utility connection for water, gas and electricity as necessary.

The Relocation Consultant will provide the transferee with information with respect to telephone connections and Internet service providers. Once the transferee decides on which option he/she requires, the consultant will contact the various suppliers and organise the service plus installation as necessary.

The Relocation Consultant will provide the transferee with television options and help with the registration formalities and organise installation if required.

The Relocation Consultant will provide the transferee with a list of nearby hospitals; English speaking dentists, doctors and gynaecologists in his/her home neighbourhood and place of work.