Richard Way has been an influential and independent voice on all aspects of buying overseas property for over 15 years. He was editor of A Place In The Sun magazine, has edited books on buying in Spain, is a regular on the panel at Your Overseas Home, has appeared on the BBC and helped the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on expat matters.
Richard is a property owner on the Costa Brava, Spain, and in Puglia.
Did you know there are 16 personality types? Just as you found (or hope to find) a lover that matches your own personality, it’s important to find a property that suits you both too. We’re all different, and Europe is a big place, so you are bound to find somewhere that compliments you both.
In today’s busy world, spending quality time with the extended family is often a once a year occasion at Christmas, weddings and funerals. Not if you’ve got a property abroad! A holiday home can be fun for all the family, at any time of the year. Somewhere to bring the whole family together. For the kids to see cousins, parents to invite old friends or to pop out to see Grandma for a week, without feeling like you’re imposing on anyone. Here, Richard Way tells us why his Spanish property is a hit among his family and friends.
There is excellent news for property buyers in Spain this week. Read the latest on lower Spanish taxes, stronger protection for buyers and ever cleaner beaches. And if you’re tempted to buy a Spanish home, check out a bargain on a celebrity couple’s rather special home in Mallorca too! If you’ve got a spare €30 million that is…
Buying a home in Australia has always been a little tricky, with restrictions on overseas buyers. Now New Zealand has followed suit. But the fact is that thousands of us have bought Aussie property, finding ways to work through the rules. Can we do that with New Zealand too?
If your UK property investments aren’t paying out as well as they used to, is it time to look elsewhere in the world? Certainly you won’t be alone, as more and more investors see the value in “fly to let”. The signs point, once again, to residential property being a safe (and rather enjoyable) way to invest your money. Here is why.