Often time, when people come to Bucharest, they can feel like a fish out of water. While this is the case for most anyone leaving their homeland behind, Bucharest (and the entirety of Romania) adds a special level of bureaucracy that makes “getting things done” quite difficult. Take for example setting up a bank account… Did you know as an American citizen the new FATCA law may actually hinder you from obtaining an account if the proper steps aren’t taken? Did you know that as a foreigner from abroad it can be very critical which bank you choose and why you choose it to ensure that you have access to your money when you need it? In addition to the basic relocation services, we can offer you our expertise and access to privy information and contacts when it

comes to renting a suitable apartment. Foreigners beware, the simple act of “being foreign” is alone enough to triple the market rate of an apartment if you’re not dealing with the right people. Learn from us who to talk to, how to talk to them, and what paperwork to expect. For further information on relocating to Romania, you can visit the Romania Tourism Site, or Bucharest Expat.

• Building & Contents Insurance
• Buying & Selling Real Estate
• Financial Services
• Long Term Apartment Rentals
• Short Term Apartment Rentals
• Opening Bank Accounts
• Travel Insurance
• Work Permits
• Location Information