The Beast from the East then a heatwave, a royal wedding, England in the semi-final of a World Cup. And Brexit. Did this list make you want to stay in the UK or leave?! While some have grabbed the chance to get residency in Europe before Brexit, others are waiting and seeing. But what’s been happening in our favourite overseas property destinations this year?
If you like mountains, you’ll love Canada. So with UN International Mountains Day on Tuesday, we’re looking at some of the best mountain communities in Canada. But once you’ve spent some time enjoying the views, what will you do for a living? And what will you pay for a home? We put our crampons on and went to investigate.
Spain is one of the world’s top golfing destinations, attracting players from all around the world, year after year. In factor, according to the International Golf Travel Market report, one in four golf holidays worldwide is taken in the country. Not only that, but the market saw a 10.12% increase in golf tourists in 2017.
Our nearest neighbour, France, has everything to offer anyone yearning to escape the UK which becomes more and more crowded by the day – or so it seems to one who has lived in France now for almost 9 years and occasionally returns to visit the UK! Property in France appeals to all ages: young adults wishing to get on the property ladder, perhaps thinking ahead to when they start a family and wanting to offer their future children space, beautiful open countryside, vibrant cities, the chance to become bilingual as well as older folk wishing to retire to a country where their money will stretch
The Balearic Islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Formentera and Ibiza, are an archipelago of islands in the western Mediterranean Sea. According to the National Statistics Institute, property sales in the Balearics are increasing by 32.3% year-on-year. So, why do the islands hold such widespread appeal?
As of 2016, there were 222 million registered drivers on the road in the USA. Having a car is essential for getting round, even in most large cities. Even more so if you’re keen to make like Kerouac and go ‘on the road’ to see what your new country has to offer. Today we’re looking at whether you need a US driving licence, and if so, how to get one. We run through how to register a vehicle. Plus, you’ll find some quick, handy tips about how to drive safely when you move to the USA.
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