Elite Executive Services Helps With Individual And Corporate Relocations To Australia

July 02, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Elite Executive Services, based in Cheltenham, Victoria, has announced that they are offering international relocation services to both private individuals and corporate clients who are moving to Australia. They are ready to work closely with clients to ensure that their relocation to Australia will be successful, including their new life in Australia. More information about this can be found at https://eliteexecutiveservices.com.au/moving-to-australia.php.

Kathy Nunn, founder of Elite Executive Services, says, “All of our clients will be provided with their own manager as a single point of contact for all types of needs regarding their relocation to Australia. Elite Executive Services currently operates in UK, Australia, Malaysia, South Africa, Hong Kong, Papua New Guinea and New Zealand. We are also continuously expanding as a result of client demand and referral.”

Their relocation services include an orientation, a home search, a school or nursery search, departure service, special services, and migration. The orientation service is designed to familiarise their client with their destination city before their relocation. This service includes: contact pre-arrival with the client’s dedicated consultant to understand what is important to the client; accompanied visit to the clients destination city including a tour of the appropriate suburbs, home inspections, and an outline of educational opportunities, including shopping and leisure facilities; a comprehensive “welcome” document with detailed information regarding the destination city; and a service that is custom-tailored to the client’s requirements and needs.

The home search service is designed to help the client find a home in the destination city. The dedicated consultant can shortlist properties that the client may be interested in. This service includes: contact pre-arrival with the client’s dedicated consultant to understand the client’s budget, priorities and requirements; an itinerary of properties that match the client’s criteria; accompanied or unaccompanied inspections of the shortlisted properties; negotiation and advice on the rental terms and conditions; assistance with coordination of removals and connection of utilities; comprehensive document with detailed information on the destination city; and ongoing support and spousal support after the relocation.

Elite Executive Services also offers a school or nursery service, which is designed to help the client find the proper schools and/or nurseries for their children. This service includes: contact pre-arrival with dedicated consultant to understand the children’s needs and the client’s preferences; information on the education and child care systems; an itinerary of various alternatives; and accompanied inspections and help with applications.

They also offer a departure service which includes all aspects of vacating a home. This service may include: coordination of removals; organising a departure clean and any maintenance that is needed; assistance on the disposal of unwanted items; assistance with selling cars; labelling of boxes for shipment; and all other aspects involved in vacating a property.

Elite Executive Services can also offer special services. These include sourcing the best accommodation choices; accompanied orientation of destination city focusing on its benefits and features that would be of interest to the client; recommendations for dining and distinguished restaurants; and fostering of enthusiasm for relocating to and living in the destination city.

Meanwhile, previous clients have mostly positive things to say about the services. For example, with regards to the orientation service, Ian S. says, “We can't tell you how much we enjoyed last week. We are eternally grateful for all the effort and time you both put in. You are both very good at your jobs! I can't remember a period when we talked so much. It hasn't been taxing, just exciting. We pitched ideas at the children yesterday and went back over some of the material we brought back (16 kg of it!). Once again, words cannot convey our thanks.”

Elite Executive Services was founded by Kathy Nunn to address the need for a service that truly recognises that every location is unique and that all people and corporations that relocate have different expectations. The company offers specialist services to both private individuals and corporate clients to help them maximise their chances of having a successful relocation.

Those who need more information about the services offered by Elite Executive Services can visit their website or contact them on the telephone or via email.

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For more information about Elite Executive Services, contact the company here:

Elite Executive Services
Kathy Nunn
61395865388
eliteexecutiveservicesau@gmail.com
42/296 Bay Rd Cheltenham VIC 3192 Australia

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