Temporary Accommodation

It is not always possible for your employee to move straight into a permanent home when they arrive in their new city. Short-term corporate housing can be a great solution if you need to provide your employee with somewhere to live while they find or wait for long-term accommodation. Utilising our extensive global network of quality corporate housing, we can help you find reliable and comfortable temporary accommodation for your employees.

Klippa can provide your employees with temporary accommodation that is:

  • Clean and well-maintained
  • Well located
  • Safe
  • Fully equipped
  • Cost-effective

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Short-term or temporary accommodation can be a great solution if you need to quickly organise a corporate relocation or your employee has not found a permanent home that is suitable ahead of their move. Living in temporary accommodation can also make the transition to a new place easier, with furniture and amenities provided and the opportunity to try out different areas and neighbourhoods to get a feel for a town or city. Employees can then benefit from Klippa’s home finding service with existing knowledge of what they do and don’t want from a home in the area.

What Types Of Temporary Accommodation Are There?

Our global network encompasses a huge range of different types of temporary accommodation, including short-term corporate housing, hotels, family homes and fully-furnished flats. We have access to property experts in many different countries who can advise on the right type of property for your employee and budget and identify new accommodation options on the market. 

There are different types of temporary accommodation and we will be able to accommodate your unique needs. Whether you need a very short lease or want to work with us to provide a range of temporary accommodation over time, we will be able to check and explain lease terms and coordinate payments on your behalf.

Why Choose Klippa’s Temporary Accommodation Services?

We understand that your employees and their families need to feel safe and comfortable in their new homes and pride ourselves on only offering accommodation that meets stringent quality standards. Klippa deals with expert property advisors who have years of trusted experience finding suitable temporary accommodation for short-term and extended stays so you can be sure that your employees are in safe hands. 

Every aspect of arranging temporary accommodation can be handled by us, including a full property search, contract assistance and help with furniture requirements. If you require, we can also manage additional aspects of the moving process as part of your corporate relocation. Take a look at our immigration and visa services and move management options to get a better understanding of how Klippa can work with you to offer a stress-free move.

Haseeb Shahid
Haseeb Shahid
Pippa and Mihaela made relocating to the UK from the US very smooth! They helped find flats, register for GPs, and teach me the neighborhood I'm moving into.
Divyansh Rastogi
Divyansh Rastogi
Extremely professional, proactive and accomodating!
Dan Berry
Dan Berry
Klippa made my move so simple! A huge thanks to Pippa, James and the rest of the team for all of their expertise and help.
Mary van Mil
Mary van Mil
Hele goede service. Geen moeite is te veel. Vriendelijk team.
Zeyad Abuamer
Zeyad Abuamer
Highly recommend. I was personally assisted by Pippa and she has been very helpful in every way.
Odselmaa Dorjsuren
Odselmaa Dorjsuren
Amazing people and great service! I actually had a lot of concerns about moving to different country, they made it so much easier for me. Thanks Klippa!
Rebecca Barkaway
Rebecca Barkaway
5* service provided by Klippa. Thank you so much for all your invaluable advice and assistance over the last few months.
Boyu Liu
Boyu Liu
The advisors and specialists have been very kind and helpful! They provide great suggestions and guidance on the process from finding a flat to settling down an agreement. Really appreciate their help!

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