Roseanne Bradley

Content Writer at Your Overseas Home  Roseanne’s career kickstarted at the University of Sunderland where she gained an NCTJ Diploma in Journalism and a 1st class degree in Fashion Journalism.

Her first internship was with Hello! Fashion Monthly, working in the place of their editorial assistant.  She interned at Hearst magazines in 2018 with the Branded Content Team, creating digital content for the likes of Elle UK, NetDoctor, Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan and Good Housekeeping in collaborating with big household names such as NOW TV.

Having experience within fashion and lifestyle writing, Roseanne joined world-famous department store Harrods as a Copywriter in 2019 and was tasked with writing covering product descriptions, brand bios, client research and digital copy for a plethora of luxury brands. She worked at an international content agency Not Actual Size as a Junior Writer in 2021 and quickly became an essential part of the Categories team, creating engaging content for skincare brand Dove on social accounts, and Amazon.

On a freelance basis, some of Roseanne’s clients have included Farfetch, Ermenegildo Zegna, Yandex, RideTech and Charlotte Mills.

At Your Overseas Home, Roseanne works alongside talented writers who together, create innovative content for British property buyers abroad who wish to make purchases safely.

Articles by Roseanne Bradley

Taxes in Portugal: What you need to know

If you’re considering buying property in Portugal, one of your top concerns will undoubtedly be ‘can I afford it,’ and ‘what will it cost once I’m there?’

8 affordable French properties to discover

Did you know the French work to live, rather than live to work? It’s one of the biggest advantages to living in France. As a country, France promotes a healthy work-life balance and actually has laws regarding weekend emailing.

Australian house prices are finally becoming more affordable

If you’ve been considering buying a home in Australia but have been put off by the huge rises in prices since the pandemic, now might be the perfect time to think again. Prices are returning to more sensible levels, as a report from Core Logic highlights.

Why buying property in France is an investment

A recent study carried out by real estate broker MeilleurTaux reported that it takes an approximate of 13 years and 8 months to make the purchase of your principal residence profitable, when compared with renting.