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We’d like to wish expats everywhere a very Happy Christmas and a Healthy, Happy and Peaceful New Year!

We’ll be closed between Christmas and New Year and look forward to catching up with you in 2017.

Iain, Julie, Nigel, Shona and Susie at the Expat Network Team

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Moving to Spain? Planning your retirement?
Download our free guide, packed with useful information:

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Are you looking to buy a property in a warm, sunny location? A family seeking a second home within easy reach of the UK? Or a retiree looking for tax-free retirement abroad?

Do you want to hedge likely further depreciation of the Pound by buying in a market which you will continue to be able to visit easily post-Brexit?

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Leasing a car overseas when you are an expat is not always easy - lots of useful info here:
Shop our October #Expat Lease Specials:

2017 VV Jetta SE as low as $299/mo
2017 Ford Explorer XLT as low as $459/mo

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If you are planning to relocate to Nigeria, make sure you are well informed about different aspects of the country in order to make your transition as smooth as possible...

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Are you considering transferring your pension into an overseas scheme? #expats

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Looking for a new expat job or contract? Expat Network Sept Jobs Newsletter out now:
Jobs | Contract News | Health | Money.

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Latest expat jobs.
How to get insurance cover if you are moving to a high-risk area of the world.
Understand how international payments are made.

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UK mortgages for expats working overseas.
Living abroad but want to maintain a base at home? An owner-occupier mortgage for UK nationals working abroad has been launched by National Counties building society.

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What kind of health cover is essential for expatriates relocating to the US?
Anyone without health cover runs the risk of not getting medical attention without payment in advance, or having to pay huge bills for emergency treatment.
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