Are you moving your possessions to The Caribbean? What should you give away versus what should you move? What do you need to look for in a removals company? How do they work? How much does it cost? What about moving pets? Get this and much more in our moving section.
A guide to retiring to the Caribbean
For years, many have dreamt of retiring to the tropical paradise of the
Caribbean and when you look at what the islands have to offer – it
should be no surprise. First things first – the weather. Although
some of the islands can experience tropical storms and hurricanes, the
majority of the time it is nothing but sun, sun, sun! This means that you
will benefit from a far healthier, outdoors lifestyle and the climate will
do wonders for those aches and More...
Moving abroad with your pet
We're sure that for all you animal lovers out there, the idea of
leaving your pet behind when you emigrate is practically unbearable. We all
know that pets can be a big part of the family and that you will do
anything you can to make sure that they can join you in your new home.
When planning a relocation, the process of expatriating your pet can be
long and complicated. Depending on the age and health of your pet, the
stressful process sadly might just not be worth it. More...
Moving your belongings abroad
When planning your move to your new home in paradise in the Caribbean,
shipping your possessions is one of the first things that you need to
consider - it is advisable to start getting quotes as much as three months
in advance of your departure date.
Read on to find out more or to go straight to our detailed guide to the
removals process, click here
This will allow you to shop around for the More...
Five rules to renting abroad
Moving to another country is a big deal. How are you supposed to know
whether it is the right move for you without at least trying it on for
size? Renting provides you with the perfect opportunity to explore an area,
get to know the local community and try out the amenities before you make
the final decision to lay down your roots in a particular area.
The rental market can be a minefield so this week we discuss the most
important things to consider when you are looking to rent More...
What to take when you relocate
The thought of moving lock stock and barrel to a Caribbean can be a
daunting prospect, especially when you start thinking about the logistics
of removals. With thousands of different objects, each of a different
shape, size and value, to potentially pack and transport, it is not always
easy to decide what to take with you.
Firstly, you need to decide which removals transit mode to choose when
sending your belongings abroad - air or sea freight? This will often be
dependent on More...