Greetings from Australia - Help Wanted in Amelie.

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Greetings from Australia - Help Wanted in Amelie.

Post by ib226 » Thu 07 Nov 2019 22:37

Greetings all from Down Under. By way of introduction I am a new P.O. Life forum member but a reasonably lengthy P.O. property owner. We live full time in Australia but have owned an apartment as a holiday let in Amelie Les Bains since 2011 but it has been poorly managed during that time by a local agent (no name mentioned) and its time to make a change. We visit Amelie every few years and we love the apartment, the town, the people and the region and we want to keep it long into the future but to do that it has start paying more of its way. My aim is to take back over the reservation & financial management of the property but to do so I require the services of a reliable local English speaking person who would look after the "welcome, cleaning and changeover" role for us. If anyone is aware of such a person living in close proximity to Amelie and looking for some additional income could you please pass on their details to me or alternatively have them contact me through a private message. Regards, Ian.

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Post by Quinns » Mon 18 Nov 2019 13:43

Hi there,
I am replying to your ad for help in Amelie,I am available if you have not found anyone else.I live in Ceret and do a few changeovers where needed,I look forward to hearing back from you.
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Audrey Quinn

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Post by ib226 » Mon 18 Nov 2019 22:36

Hi Audrey thanks for the reply. The good news is that we have connected with a great couple who live in the area and have agreed to take up the challenge for us. Thanks again for the message and have a great Christmas. Regards Ian Baker.

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