Bethany is the resident copywriter for Property Guides, producing regular news, articles and guides.
She is an expert in Spain and Spanish property having owned a property in Mazarrón in the Costa Cálida since 2003. She offers great, personal advice on buying property abroad.
She is a keen traveller, having Interrailed across Europe and toured many US states, including Michigan, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, Florida and California. She loves exploring new places and meeting people from different cultures.
Publications written for include Rightmove, Care Home Management Magazine, What's New in Publishing, Luxury Advisor and Property Press. She has also been featured in the Daily Express.
The current entry requirements for Spain state that travellers must be fully vaccinated, with their second dose having been administered at least 14 days before arriving in Spain. This includes children aged 12 and over.
Portugal’s D7 visa, sometimes called the retirement visa or passive income visa, is a popular option for non-EU citizens looking to gain residency in Portugal. The visa offers many benefits, including the right to live, work and access the public healthcare system in Portugal, as well as free movement within the Schengen Zone. What’s more, any family members and dependents can also benefit.
If affordability is high on your priority list and you’re wondering where the cheapest place to live in Ireland is, we’ve got you covered. At the end of 2021, average house prices in the Emerald Isle were €290,998, but there are plenty of areas where property is much cheaper than this. Here are five affordable places to buy a home in Ireland.
Buying a home in Spain – whether for a holiday home, rental opportunity, or permanent move – doesn’t have to cost the earth. In fact, according to data from one property portal, there are over 30 Spanish towns where the average home costs less than €500 (£417) per square metre.