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Corporate and relocation services in Cyprus

Urban Keys's corporate real estate services assist hundreds of companies in Cyprus find rental properties for staff – both short term rentals and long term rentals – helping them relocate and settle in. This is a fully tailored and complimentary service designed to meet the individual needs of every company and every employee. At Urban Keys, we understand the pressures and constraints to relocating staff with differing requirements, often at short notice.

Renting a property through this specialised department provides corporate firms with a dedicated account manager that has detailed local market information, able to provide reliable advice and guidance on the entire letting process, rental values, and relocation services. Urban Keys real estate agents are also in Greek, English, French, Russian and Chinese-Mandarin.

Corporate services centralises the property searching process via only one agent contact, saving you time and effort. Register with Urban Keys's corporate real estate services and notice the difference.

For all corporate real estate services call Urban Keys on +357 22 27 00 19 or email Urban Keys.

Personalised relocation service

Relocation services are available to all Urban Keys customers, making the move easier and more efficient. This is a fully customised and free service designed to cater for each individual.

Whether it is help with logistics, finding a nanny, cleaner-housekeeping, or connecting utilities, allow us to look after the details so that you have more time to enjoy your new home.

These services are applicable to student and foreign workers in Nicosia and Cyprus.

Speak to Urban Keys on +357 22 27 00 19 or e-mail us directly to find out more about our corporate rental and relocation services.

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