Wendy Eva-Scott

About Wendy Eva-Scott

Wendy Eva-Scott knows the importance of superior customer service. With almost 30 years of experience in customer-focused roles, she is an expert in understanding and anticipating her client’s needs. As Principal of Your Home Hunter– Melbourne’s premier renters advocacy service – and a fully licensed Real Estate Agent, Wendy works with time poor professionals to find the right rental property. As the first point of call for property managers looking for quality tenants, she takes the stress out of securing a rental by managing the entire process – from working through the wish list to securing the lease and following up after the move in date. So, if you’re still not sure whether a Renters Advocate is right for you, or just want to discuss the state of the rental market, give Wendy a call or email her on wendy@yourhomehunter.com.au

Relocation Consultant v Renters Advocate – What’s the Difference?

By |2020-07-22T15:27:16+10:00July 22nd, 2020|Accommodation, Assignee Experience, Case Studies, Destination Information, Domestic Relocations, Housing, Mobility, News, Regional Mobility, Relocation, Relocation Consultant, trends, Uncategorized|

Relocation Consultant v Renters Advocate – What’s the Difference? For decades, Relocation Consultants have been the only real option for those looking for support for an interstate or international move. Whether you were shifting yourself, or managing your company’s relocation program, partnering with a relocation consultant could take a lot of the effort out [...]

Restricted Australian Rental Market Impacts International Assignees

By |2020-05-11T10:43:32+10:00May 11th, 2020|Accommodation, Assignee Experience, Case Studies, Destination Information, Domestic Relocations, Housing, Mobility, News, Regional Mobility, Relocation, trends, Uncategorized|

Over the last month, much has been made about the challenges the Australian rental market is facing. While it looks like some help for struggling tenants and landlords is on its way, there are still many who will be left short – including a large number of international assignees who will not be eligible [...]

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