Emma Morley

Hi I’m Emma Morley…

Let’s face it… it’s not exactly rocket science to search for and find a property… the difference is, I take the time to find you the right property… to find you a home rather than just a ‘house’…

And finding you your next home requires a much more personal approach.

As head of Executive Relocation Plus since 2004, I appreciate how important it is to understand what you are looking for, to talk to you and your family, to take your practical needs (and even your not-so-practical dreams) on board.

Helping people find exactly the right place to live in London and the surrounding area has become more than just my speciality: it’s my passion. Whether it’s for a company, balancing employee needs with corporate objectives; or a private individual where it really is all about you, your family and your peace-of-mind; my personal experience enables me to match people to properties in places which work for their lifestyle and budget… and which, quite probably, they would never find themselves.

Which is why I love what I do!  It’s why it works so successfully and it’s why my company has adopted such a uniquely individual, personal approach. I personally manage every relocation we undertake, working with a small team of partners who share the same quality service ethos as I do.  I’ve come full circle from having a team of people dealing with volume moves and executives of all levels… and I know the service level is much better if I myself can concentrate on you, your move and delivering the executive service you need (and I enjoy offering too).

Being the best at what I do is important to me, because it matters to you. It’s my aim not only to appreciate your needs, but to exceed your expectations too. Assisting people through demanding and difficult situations is my forte.  I’m often drafted in to help where other companies have failed… because, for me, nothing is too much trouble and no project is too large or too small.

I came to relocation over 13 years ago after a successful management career with a blue chip international retailer.  I’m proud to be qualified to ERQ Level 3, the highest level of the EARP (European Academy of Relocation Professionals) accredited training programme; you can find out what it all means here.

And when I’m not doing this? Most weekends you’ll find me with my husband, Laurence, or walking my dog, Phoebe, in the park – we can walk for miles as long as there are trees and grass, and the occasional muddy puddle for her to splash around in.  I also indulge in a bit of amateur photography, and in the spring and summer months I like to practice my bee keeping skills – I’ve just one hive and I’m still a novice but an enthusiastic novice.   Other than that, I just like to chill out and relax, which my cats, Poppy and Hugo, seem to do most of the time.  They’ve taught me a lot!  If you want to find out more about me, check out my Pinterest page.

So, how could I help you?  Let’s find out!


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