Relocation Blog

A proper departure service when leaving Sweden must be spotless or it can be risky business

Posted by Lena on Nov 28, 2017 1:24:00 PM
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Topics: Departure Services

What do I need to do to get my deposit back when leaving a property in Sweden?

Posted by Lena on Nov 21, 2017 7:47:00 PM

Our commitment to a SWIFT DEPARTURE has given us reason to think about this for close to twenty years. We have zillions of stories, I’ll share one early on in my career which gave me and the HR at that company reason to find a system that works and it still does.

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Topics: Departure Services

The blues of leaving Sweden and why having a perfect handover makes all the difference

Posted by staff alexander on Apr 11, 2017 1:41:00 PM

The human touch is essential.

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Topics: Departure Services

Why Offering Departure Services is a Competitive Advantage on the Swedish Rental Market!

Posted by staff alexander on Apr 4, 2017 2:27:00 PM

Many Swedish landlords expect tenants to have a relocation company assisting with the moving out. As a transferee, consider prepaying for the departure service on your upcoming summer move out.

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Topics: Departure Services

Why landlords should care about the inspection more than the tenant

Posted by Lena on Nov 15, 2016 8:52:00 AM

Why is this more important for the landlord? Because the burden of proof lies with the landlord’s. Unless it’s documented in writing, photos can be manipulated, they have no case in case of damages. Why do we document it? To avoid endless and futile discussions, the landlord doesn’t have a case without documentation and while an honest tenant will admit, replace and reimburse a landlord not all do.

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Topics: HR, Moving to Sweden, Departure Services

How to manage your peak business period during a national shut down

Posted by staff alexander on Jul 12, 2016 5:57:00 PM

Peak season in the relocation business coincides with peak holiday season for just about everyone involved in the process of relocating employees and their families. Most families want to relocate in the summer to be in place for the start of the new school term. However, not only do schools shut for the summer but so do all the key players in the relocation chain. Immigration agencies, government authorities, landlords and utility providers usually operate on a skeleton staff over the summer period, slowing things down to a virtual standstill.

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Topics: Departure Services

A proper departure service when leaving Sweden must be spotless or it can be risky business

Posted by Lena on Oct 2, 2014 9:13:32 PM

We have done many departure services this year and there are crucial items that we find are sometimes overlooked.

A home insurance is mandatory according to the lease, we find that often no insurance has been signed up for which not only a breach of contract but it also jeopardizes the individuals safety.

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Topics: Relocation to Sweden, Departure Services