Madrid Expat Services

October 6, 2021 | Home & Admin, Madrid, Spain

Madrid Expat Services

Madrid Expat Services is the newly opened branch of the well established relocation agency Valencia Expat Services led by former nurse and mother of four, Marine Vanhagendoren. Living as an expatriate in Madrid for several years already, she is the new go-to person for anyone who wants to discover the Spanish capital and reside there. Marine knows the challenges of settling abroad and will take away the stress of the various administrative procedures thanks to her experience and her wide network of contacts in Madrid. Marine is trilingual (French, English and Spanish), and will do everything in her power to make sure your relocation to the Spanish capital is as smooth and peaceful as possible.

 

Madrid is an exciting city to live in. Although it’s a large city, it’s also full of parks and green areas, letting you forget that you live in the Spanish capital. Whether you live in the centre of the city or in many of the smaller barrios of the Communidad de Madrid, you’ll always find good schools, good food and friendly locals always happy to welcome you. Madrid is a cultural melting pot and overall is a family-friendly city, well served by public transport and offering a wide variety of schools. It’s a perfect city for expatriates.” Marine

 

Read an interview with Marine on Moving to Madrid on our blog MumAbroad Life

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One response to “Madrid Expat Services”

  1. MumAbroad says:

    Even though we were still in France Marine helped us a lot through quick and easy email conversations, WhatsApp or Skype. When we arrived in Madrid to find a house near the French Lycée she had already visited a dozen flats and in 3 days we had a house, a bank account and had registered our 3 daughters in school! I recommend the logistic help of Madrid Expat Services: efficiency, speed and guaranteed professionalism. (Emma S)

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