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luxury London townhouses

UK election result seen as a boost to property market

Estate agents have hailed the Conservatives’ election victory as good news for the UK property market, both in the residential and commercial sectors.
UK houses for sale

UK house prices resume their march upwards

Expectations that UK house prices would start to rise again this year have been borne out by the latest survey from Nationwide, showing an acceleration in annual price growth for the first time since August.
West London terraced houses

Dollar-pound rate spurs expat demand for UK property

More than two-thirds of overseas inquiries about property purchases in the UK came from British expats in the first three months of the year, according to research by deVere Mortgages.
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Nodding donkey against a desert background

Tale of two cities: new AIRINC housing data for Dallas and Houston

Expatriate compensation and global mobility consultants AIRINC release new data on the expatriate-quality housing rental markets for Dallas and Houston in the U.S.
Night view of new memorial in Ordabasy Square, Shymkent, Kazakhstan's third largest city by population.

Expats in Kazakhstan see rents fall: new data

Research by global mobility data, consultancy and service provider AIRINC has found that rent is falling for expatriate-quality housing, particularly at the higher end of the market, in the central Asian republic.
London house to let

Predictions of full recovery in prime London rentals remain cautious

Rental values in central London climbed in October as the UK economic recovery strengthened and yields saw the strongest improvement in three years, according to a new report from Knight Frank Research.
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US and UK flags on packing cases

Lexicon Relocation expands services with acquisition of UK-based Connells

Global mobility and relocation management company, Lexicon Relocation, has announced the acquisition of UK-based Connells Relocation Services, Ltd.

BAR affirms quality commitment with Which? partnership

The British Association of Removers (BAR) has announced a new partnership with Which?, the UK’s largest consumer body, and its Trusted Trade scheme.

New worlds to conquer

The world’s largest removals company, Graebel, operates in 165 countries but has a distinctively American pioneering approach to business. Fiona Murchie reports.
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Furniture Rental

Furniture rental in Switzerland: an introduction

If you’re relocating employees, whether within Switzerland or beyond, furniture rental can offer a speedy, flexible and cost-effective solution.

When renting furniture pays

Furniture rental companies have been bucking the trend and seeing an increase in business. Their secret? Expanding their offering and adding value. Anna Lambert finds out more.

A cost-effective option

For serviced accommodation providers and those equipping homes temporarily for employees renting furniture can prove a cost-effective option, as Anna Lambert discovers.
Awards 2014/2015
Dave Keelng of Laughology at Relocate Awards 2015

Relive the excitement of the 2014/15 Re:locate Awards ceremony!

Catch the excitement of the Re:locate Awards ceremony 2014/15, held in the grand surroundings of the Institute of Directors, Pall Mall, London with the evening's MC, Dave Keeling of Laughology.
Andrew Williams of PwC, winners of Relocate Awards

Recent trends in global mobility – a view from PwC

Andrew Williams, of PwC, which won the special Re:locate Award for Technology – Global Benefits, discusses the recent trend for shorter assignments within the global mobility industry.
Ezeibe Agomo of Sapient

Why the Re:locate Awards are important – a view from Sapient

Ezeibe Agomo, of Sapient, named Inspirational HR Team of the Year 2014/15, explains why he thinks the Re:locate Awards are so important to the global mobility industry.
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