We are having a winter sale - just for you, our newsletter subscribers. You are entitled to a 25% discount on all of our services. All you have to do is book and pay a deposit by 31 July 2012 for services to be delivered prior to 31 December 2012.
If you are moving to Tasmania before the end of the year or want to buy a property in Tasmania, then please contact us
for a detailed proposal and quote. Read more about why choosing us to help you makes sense and also get an idea of our pricing - here
This recent blog post details the steps you need to take to find a rental property in Tasmania, with links to other information and sites that will help. Read more here.
If you would like someone to take on the task of finding and inspecting properties that meet your needs, then please get in touch
. We can move you from ideas to a shortlist within a week - or if nothing suits from what is currently available we keep looking until we find your new home. Read more about our home rental search here.
We recently worked with a couple of clients in Launceston, so have spent quite a bit of time there in the last few weeks. If you are thinking of moving to Launceston then read about some of the best of Launceston to get an idea of what your lifestyle would be like. Remember, we can help you move to or buy property in any region in Tasmania. Read more here
We regularly pass on news and information about living in and enjoying Tasmania through Facebook
(some of which we have linked to on the right). Plus you can find our blog here
and Jo is also dabbling in Pinterest
. We also have a YouTube channel
where we find the best short videos of Tasmania and put them all in the same place for you, and occasionally add some of our own.
Please pass on this newsletter to anyone else who you know is interested in all things Tasmanian. Plus if they sign up to the newsletter they will receive our 170+ item checklist for moving to Tasmania
Jo and Dale Reardon
Settled In - Home Search and Relocation Services Tasmania
Photo credit: Ben Lomond Range, Tourism Tasmania & Ray Joyce