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Your guide to buying a property in Dublin - Join us as we explore Dublin and reveal why the capital attracts so many expats and what types of property you can secure for your budget. There are many reasons to relocate to Dublin. The economy of the whole country is growing at a rapid rate, there’s beautiful scenery just outside of the city, friendly people, wonderful culture – and you’re close to the sea! Dublin offers up the country’s best shopping, theatre and live music. It’s well-connect...
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Why you should buy in Greece in 2018 - Are you a big fan of Greece but uncertain about when to buy property there? You won’t need convincing of the country’s seductive Mediterranean lifestyle, incredible beaches and pretty villages. But here are some reasons why 2018 might be the year to snap up your idyllic Greek home. – Tourism numbers for 2017 prove that Greece’s appeal to foreigners has never been stronger and 2018 is expected to be much the same. An estimated 30 million international v...
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The rise of online property auctions in Greece - Online property auctions (e-auctions) are about to make buying that villa or apartment in Greece even more affordable in 2018. We’ve all seen those TV shows that follow people who snap up a bargain home at auction, saving themselves a considerable sum compared to the traditional buying process. If you’re thinking about purchasing a property in Greece you could join these savvy buyers from the comfort of your home back in Britain. That’s becau...
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Making friends in Australia is easy - If you’ve got an internet connection, an interest in sports or have children, meeting friends in Australia is easy. If none of those apply, just throw a barbecue and the locals will turn up! Making friends in Australia is easy. Australians are considered a very friendly bunch and if you’re looking to connect with other Brits, there are plenty of them too. With a little effort on your part, you will grow your network of friends in no time. Here are some ...
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Where and why you should choose to live in Brisbane - Not too big and not too small, Brisbane is a sub-tropical city located in sunny Queensland. It offers the laid-back Australian lifestyle you’re dreaming about. Brisbane, affectionally known as ‘Brissie’ or ‘Bris-Vegas’ by many Australians, is what some would consider the perfect city. Not too big and not too small, with a population of around two million people, Brissie has plenty of work opportunities and places to play in a sub-tropica...
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5 top tips for enjoying winter in Portugal - Portugal’s location on the edge of the Atlantic means it experiences milder winters than its neighbour Spain. Don’t let this put you off purchasing property here. Once you’ve figured out the best way to heat your home you can still hit the beach. Portugal is a country that proudly boasts of over 300 days of sunshine a year, but it’s important to remember that the climate varies considerably across the country. Even the southern Algarve can experi...
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Celebrating New Year in Portugal - Fireworks, food, drink, music, swimming and a very late night of course combine to make New Year an unforgettable event in Portugal. Portugal is a country that takes New Year very seriously, almost to the point that many people seem to celebrate it as much (if not more) than Christmas. It’s a great opportunity to see Portugal truly let its hair down, so if you’re a bit of a party animal you’re coming to the right place. If you’re someone who doesn’t really...
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Cyprus property market end of year review - “Book a viewing trip to Cyprus” will be at the top of your list of New Year’s resolutions once you’ve read our 2017 review of the residential property market there. Rising property prices, increased rental values, golden visa schemes… book those flights now! Confidence in the UK housing market has slipped to its lowest level in five years, according to a recent survey by Halifax. One in five British adults surveyed by the mortgage lender believes ...
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Owners with Swiss franc loans urged to take action - An increasingly aggressive approach from Cypriot banks over Swiss franc loans has seen them continue to serve Writs of Summons on property buyers defaulting on repayments. One top legal company is urging owners to take charge of their situation. The UK-based law firm Judicare offers specialist legal advice for all aspects of overseas property. Property Guides invited Judicare to explain the issues that have arisen around non-payment of Sw...
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Ski regions of Italy - From the Italian Alps right down to Mount Etna on Sicily you can find homes with views of snow-capped mountains. Most are more affordable than French ski resorts too! The Italian Alps stretch across the northern regions of Piemonte, Valle D’aosta, Lombardia, Trentino alto Adige, Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia, and border France, Switzerland and Austria. This is where you will find the most famous ski resorts, but there are also mountains across Liguria and heading d...
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