Once the transferee and his/her family has decided on the property for their relocation, it is time to negotiate the lease negotiation contract/agreement with the landlord. Even though in some places a handshake is accepted as an agreement, it is best to have a legal written contract as well for your relocating.
The lease negotiation agreement clearly sets out the rules everyone has agreed on and reduces the chance of misunderstandings. Many realtors and/or booking agents or companies have a standard draft that they prefer to work with. Any additional items added to the lease must abide by the law.
The service is to ensure the clients’ interests are protected and there are no hidden and misunderstood clauses, so the relocating goest smoothly. The relocation specialist will walk the client through the final steps and what is expected from both sides. At every step, the specialist is there to ensure smooth communication and that all documents and information get to all the parties in good time.
The way the crew cared for our goods. We had alot of fragile stuff, but nothing was broken. The driver & crew were very nice. Expect calls from two other families this summer - we gave them your numbers!
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