It has been reported in Shelter Offshore that an average of around 350,000 Brits leave the country each year
(PRWEB UK) 28 March 2013
It has been reported in Shelter Offshore that an average of around 350,000 Brits leave the country each year, tempted by the possibility of a life overseas. It has also been revealed that a high proportion of those who make the move are planning a retirement in the sun.
The team at Interdean have been assisting customers with their overseas moves for more than 50 years, handling the excess baggage of people of a variety of ages to a range of destinations including Australia, Thailand, USA and Canada. Naturally, the news was of interest to the team, who have taken the time to offer some advice on how to select the right retirement destination.
“It’s interesting to see such a high number of people considering retiring abroad. With better weather and a more relaxed pace of life, it’s not surprising, however to get the most of the new chapter of your life you need to think carefully about what country suits your needs best. Your first priority should be to check that you have the right to retire there as some countries don’t have specific retirement visas. Naturally you will also want to think about how far you’ll be from family and friends.
“When you have settled on a location, the next step is to find a company that can help make the transition as easy as possible. At Interdean our overseas removals service offers careful shipping, storage and even banking and visa assistance if required.”
Interdean have been helping people move throughout the world for over fifty years, offering a range of services including international moving assistance, excess baggage help, shipping, air freight and storage to worldwide destinations such as Australia, Hong Kong, Canada and Thailand. Interdean also offers further support such as visa assistance, banking, insurance and pet relocation as well as student focused packages. The competitively priced company also offer help for moves throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.