Happy Miami Expats puts the “move” in international moving!

Moving to Miami Florida? You’re not the only one.  Miami is actually one of the smaller cities in the U.S. — its 55 square miles puts it in league with such urban powerhouses as Tyler, Texas and Gary, Indiana. But name recognition and relocation services account for a lot, and Miami’s recent population growth reflects that. The U.S. Census Bureau says that Miami, population 463,347, was the second fastest-growing city in the country in 2016, with a 2.9 percent growth rate from 2015 to 2016

Miami is actually one of the smaller cities in the U.S. — its 55 square miles puts it in league with such urban powerhouses as Tyler, Texas and Gary, Indiana. But name recognition and relocation services account for a lot, and Miami’s recent population growth reflects that. The U.S. Census Bureau says that Miami, population 463,347, was the second fastest-growing city in the country in 2016, with a 2.9 percent growth rate from 2015 to 2016.

The Next Miami newsletter adds that the city is the fourth most densely populated city in America, with corporate relocation companies helping about 5,400 people moving to Miami and the area every month.

The census bureau says that Latinos account for 70 percent of the city — but 32 percent of the population is foreign-born and represents all age groups whose members seek to enhance family ties and enjoy the legendary weather in the process.

Canadians show a presence as they hire corporate relocation companies to help them buy winter homes.

Some 100,000 German-Americans hired relocation services in their efforts to settle in southern Florida.

The French have had a presence in the area since 1565, eons before the first relocation services specialist set foot on land.

The Asian Real Estate Association of America held its annual Global Luxury Summit in Miami in April, welcoming more than 730 to the largest gathering of Asian-American real estate practitioners in the city’s history.

All that spells an up side to the local professional relocations moving company market and the relocation specialist who fuels it — and along the way, perhaps a few disasters.

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But Happy Miami Expats believes relocation services don’t have to be complicated

 

 

 

Our clients have enough going on, what with short- and long-term storage issues, custom crating and wildly differing shipping dates and logistics about moving to Miami — but if they entrust Happy Miami Expats, they’ve won half the battle, because they’ve insured their items and scheduled delivery through only one professional relocation services company.

Happy Miami Expats, LLC, was founded in 2000 by Nathalie Marson Wright, a Miami relocation specialist who’s been through the drill, like her clients — the company website explains she’s originally from Paris and longed for a relocation specialist to squire her through moving to Miami and three other cities, “which is why I decided to create this service of helping the expatriate and their families overcome that stress and navigate the challenges of moving and getting settled into a new community.

“At Happy Miami Expats, we take pride in getting to know each client and discovering the little things that will make a difference in their relocation experience … helping to make their destination feel like home that much sooner.”

The home relocation services are more than your usual meet and greet — in fact, day one provides just the first answer to what does a relocation company do.

The relocation services firm will greet you at your point of entry and escort you to your temporary home, seeing to personal needs like grocery purchases and pet accommodations.

Once you’re ready, the firm will begin your orientation tour, dispensing advice on the local housing market, information on schools and overviews on medical facilities, historical and cultural places of interest and locations of federal buildings and police and fire stations.

Wright’s also a Realtor, so who better to assist in your search for a home. She’ll help you avoid sketchy ins and outs in your purchase, helping make the process as scintillating as it should be.

Social Security and school registration; assistance with local baking procedures and obtaining driver’s licenses; introduction to expat support groups and other clubs and organizations; assistance in finding domestic service providers; preparing the way to a smooth departure from Miami: International moves can take months, even years, to smooth over before the cumbersome details no longer overlap.

“We know these processes inside and out and will focus on wrapping up these key final steps,” the company website says, “all the while saving time and reducing distractions so the expatriate can focus on (settling in).”

Miami’s not alone in its experience with sustained growth. According to USA Today, the country’s population grew from 309.3 million in 2010 to 325.7 million in 2017, a 5.3 percent increase. In some metro areas, populations grew at triple the nationwide rate over the same period.

But with all those people creating all those statistics with all that relocation, Miami certainly stands out. Happy Miami Expats sees to that amid its eye for detail, its anticipation of the client’s needs and its ready solutions to the obstacles inherent in one of the most stressful life choices the client will ever experience.

Moving to Miami Florida? You’re not the only one. Miami is actually one of the smaller cities in the U.S. — its 55 square miles puts it in league with such urban powerhouses as Tyler, Texas and Gary, Indiana. But name recognition and relocation services account for a lot, and Miami’s recent population growth reflects that. The U.S. Census Bureau says that Miami, population 463,347, was the second fastest-growing city in the country in 2016, with a 2.9 percent growth rate from 2015 to 2016

Miami is actually one of the smaller cities in the U.S. — its 55 square miles puts it in league with such urban powerhouses as Tyler, Texas and Gary, Indiana. But name recognition and relocation services account for a lot, and Miami’s recent population growth reflects that. The U.S. Census Bureau says that Miami, population 463,347, was the second fastest-growing city in the country in 2016, with a 2.9 percent growth rate from 2015 to 2016.

The Next Miami newsletter adds that the city is the fourth most densely populated city in America, with corporate relocation companies helping about 5,400 people moving to Miami and the area every month.

The census bureau says that Latinos account for 70 percent of the city — but 32 percent of the population is foreign-born and represents all age groups whose members seek to enhance family ties and enjoy the legendary weather in the process.

Canadians show a presence as they hire corporate relocation companies to help them buy winter homes.

Some 100,000 German-Americans hired relocation services in their efforts to settle in southern Florida.

The French have had a presence in the area since 1565, eons before the first relocation services specialist set foot on land.

The Asian Real Estate Association of America held its annual Global Luxury Summit in Miami in April, welcoming more than 730 to the largest gathering of Asian-American real estate practitioners in the city’s history.

All that spells an up side to the local professional relocations moving company market and the relocation specialist who fuels it — and along the way, perhaps a few disasters.

Smiley face

But Happy Miami Expats believes relocation services don’t have to be complicated

 

 

 

Our clients have enough going on, what with short- and long-term storage issues, custom crating and wildly differing shipping dates and logistics about moving to Miami — but if they entrust Happy Miami Expats, they’ve won half the battle, because they’ve insured their items and scheduled delivery through only one professional relocation services company.

Happy Miami Expats, LLC, was founded in 2000 by Nathalie Marson Wright, a Miami relocation specialist who’s been through the drill, like her clients — the company website explains she’s originally from Paris and longed for a relocation specialist to squire her through moving to Miami and three other cities, “which is why I decided to create this service of helping the expatriate and their families overcome that stress and navigate the challenges of moving and getting settled into a new community.

“At Happy Miami Expats, we take pride in getting to know each client and discovering the little things that will make a difference in their relocation experience … helping to make their destination feel like home that much sooner.”

The home relocation services are more than your usual meet and greet — in fact, day one provides just the first answer to what does a relocation company do.

The relocation services firm will greet you at your point of entry and escort you to your temporary home, seeing to personal needs like grocery purchases and pet accommodations.

Once you’re ready, the firm will begin your orientation tour, dispensing advice on the local housing market, information on schools and overviews on medical facilities, historical and cultural places of interest and locations of federal buildings and police and fire stations.

Wright’s also a Realtor, so who better to assist in your search for a home. She’ll help you avoid sketchy ins and outs in your purchase, helping make the process as scintillating as it should be.

Social Security and school registration; assistance with local baking procedures and obtaining driver’s licenses; introduction to expat support groups and other clubs and organizations; assistance in finding domestic service providers; preparing the way to a smooth departure from Miami: International moves can take months, even years, to smooth over before the cumbersome details no longer overlap.

“We know these processes inside and out and will focus on wrapping up these key final steps,” the company website says, “all the while saving time and reducing distractions so the expatriate can focus on (settling in).”

Miami’s not alone in its experience with sustained growth. According to USA Today, the country’s population grew from 309.3 million in 2010 to 325.7 million in 2017, a 5.3 percent increase. In some metro areas, populations grew at triple the nationwide rate over the same period.

But with all those people creating all those statistics with all that relocation, Miami certainly stands out. Happy Miami Expats sees to that amid its eye for detail, its anticipation of the client’s needs and its ready solutions to the obstacles inherent in one of the most stressful life choices the client will ever experience.

Happy Miami Expats, helping you call home Miami!

Happy Miami Expats, helping you call home Miami!

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