Think on future. Think on another place.
With time, society around us changed. People move in and out. Companies growing up and die. And, in some moment, we can look on the area we live and kind of not recognize it anymore. And this fact leave us on fork, what we going to do, leave things as is, maybe try to fight to keep things as they were earlier, or take a strong decision to move out.
Especially fast this process of changes become in few last years, with coming to many european countries so called refugees. We do not discuss here is that bad or good, we stay on the fact it's exist. And this fact really change the live of people, local people. And now, when sometimes is scary to go out to streets, not only at night but at day light, and even on classic holidays like Christmas, the question What to do? stand strong...
If you're recognize yourself in such situation, maybe we can help you. At least, we're open to discuss such matter, and we can create for you a special trip, to see where you might like to move. Such trip should answer main questions every person essentially have toward new place of living. It's like which kind of people are there, their culture and believes, the social environment like shops, apotheks, cinema, parks, hospitals, sport places, transport, foreign friendly people, and many many other. Of course, part of that is where to live: rent of buy new property, how much it can cost, which are costs of services like water, electricity, trash, gas.
Corona-virus update. With corona-virus situation, being witnesses of government behave, people start to ask reasonable questions: why government does not care? If people paid healthcare taxed all the life but receive no help, being not tested, being sick were refused to be taken to hospital, why need to continue to be in such country and support such government? Maybe better to go out to some other country with not fancy name but stable live, less taxes, cheaper prices, and friendly environment?
If you would like to discuss with us this topic, feel free to drop us a message via our contact us page.
Last updated on: 21 March 2020
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