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Departure Service

When it is time to leave, COWA offers a departure and homecoming service for expatriates and their families.

  • Assistacne with closing accounts i.e. utilties, subscriptions, etc.
  • Termination of the rental contract, final check list for apartment and house walk-trhough
  • Consultant on-site for final walkthrough
  • Assistance with final payments and mail forwarding
  • Cancellation of maintanace agreements (electricity/water/gas)
  • Termination of TV, Cable service, telephone, internet
  • Reclaim the security deposit/bank bond
  • Cancellation of vehicle registration and insurance

 

Package deal: pricing per request

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