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Why do I need a relocation consultant?

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Why do I need a relocation consultant? It is an interesting question: what does a relocation consultant really do?

Your consultant is that extra pair of hands, experienced eyes, your knowledgeable advocate every single step of the way through your relocation.  As the decisions and choices come all at once and seem overwhelming your consultant is the person you can turn to, to give you information, to answer all your questions, to be honest.

Your consultant expertly supports you and your family so you can focus on your new job, understanding your needs and expectations, your time-frames, and your budget.  Your dedicated consultant is your guide as you search for the everyday anchors of daily life that all humans need. Drawing on their network, knowledge and experience they help you to start weaving the lines of connection with your new community; the right school for your children, a new home with everything you need, a new community with a coffee house, a yoga studio, a mosque.

Your consultant guides you through the initial culture-shock and gives you reassurance against the fears that change can bring. They are your cultural navigator and the person that has thought about all the details, the extras, and organised them for you. Someone bringing smiles and sharing a laugh or a tear. Your consultant is your very own cheer squad. They remind you when you are least feeling it, that you are brave, and this change is going to offer you and your family so much.

Your consultant is on your team; they are your first friend in your new hometown.

International Consultants Centre has a team of experienced relocation consultants across Australia and New Zealand.  Contact us to discuss how we can support you with your relocation needs.

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