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Coronavirus strikes NEW IN THE CITY!
Many of you will be feeling the same as our astronaut: you planned to move house or you were looking forward to a city trip but now the all the borders are closed!
It will surely take some time until everything is running normally again. But expectation is half the pleasure, as the saying goes, so enjoy the anticipation for a little longer. Keep thinking positive thoughts.
You can use the waiting time to get to know your new home better from a distance or to plan your move so that it happens perfectly. We would like to support you! Very soon you will be able to download our NEW IN THE CITY magazine free of charge.
In the magazine, you'll find everything you need to know about moving, as well as the best places in your new home – and much more. And because our magazine is completely bilingual (German/English), it gives you a free German language course! Have fun and see you soon in Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin, Hamburg or Stuttgart,
Your NEW IN THE CITY team Team
Relocation during the coronavirus pandemic
The coronavirus is having a massive effect on our lives. Just like in in the travel industry, it also affects all the service providers in the moving and relocation industry.
Relocation agencies – waiting for borders to re-open
The main purpose of all relocation agencies is to ensure that new employees from abroad quickly find a new home, whether it’s in Munich, Hamburg or Berlin. They also help newcomers with learning German and finding a suitable school for their children.
Relocaters such as Sophie Rehberg from Professional Organizing Relocation Consult GmbH or Elisabeth Sommer from Clapham GmbH & Elisabeth Sommer Relocation say their business has slumped by 75% to 90%.
The reason: employees are no longer allowed to travel to Germany and upcoming projects have been suspended by their companies. And even if employees are allowed to enter the country, they currently cannot get work visas because embassies and consulates are closed. Here, no online services cannot help because applicants have to appear in person. These offices were already overburdened before the coronavirus crisis, so it's easy to imagine how much worse it will be after they reopen ...
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Relocation agencies – the experts for settling in
1. Moving services
Finding an apartment, making all necessary appointments, customs, management of rental agreements and apartment handover, including condition report.
New in the city – Umziehen leicht gemacht mit der Umzug-Checkliste
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Vor dem Umzug in eine andere Stadt muss viel organisiert und vorbereitet werden. Oftmals unterschätzt man den Aufwand und die Zeit, die solch ein Unterfangen in Anspruch nimmt. Damit niemand den Überblick verliert, geben wir an dieser Stelle eine Hilfestellung in chronologischer Reihenfolge mit den wichtigsten Dingen, die es vor und während des Umzugs zu beachten gilt.
Language schools teaching German
Scientifically speaking, there are two ways to learn German as a foreign language: the unsupervised method – picking it up on the street – or the structured approach in classes.
A mixture of both is probably best. Experienced language institutes prefer to use a varied blend of exercises for speaking, listening, writing, reading and vocabulary as well exercises as for pronunciation and grammar in their learning programs. These are supplemented by elements of regional studies.
There are many companies that offer quick help on the Internet if you’re looking for a new apartment.
It's best to move into an apartment with a temporary rental contract arranged through a letting agency so you can take your time to find your ideal place to live. Or you can move into a room with a small kitchen in an apartment hotel for a short period.
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