Whatever your budget, if you’re thinking seriously about a new life in the sunshine, or just a holiday home, Lagoa in Portugal’s central Algarve is a great option. Easy to reach and even easier to love, Lagoa is close to the sea, the River Arane, wonderful countryside and exciting resorts. But what about property in Lagoa?
As we’ve previously highlighted, 2019 is already shaping up to be an excellent year to buy a home in Canada. The government’s planning to welcome over 360,000 immigrants in the next 12 months – so you could well be on the list. That’s why, this week, we’re excited to launch our six-part series on Buying in Canada, to help you be in place within the next twelve months. First of all, we’re looking at why to move and what to think about at the planning stage.
With the end of the year fast approaching (can you believe it!), it’s only natural for thoughts to turn what you want from next year. If, for you, that means moving to the United States, 2019 could be the year. With the United States in the news every day, and not always for the brightest reasons, you might be wondering whether this is the right choice for you and your family. However, experts are predicting good things for those who want to buy property in the USA in 2019 and 2020.
Low property prices, a booming job market, excellent healthcare, stunning nature…the list of ‘why to move to Canada’ goes on. However, there have been a few changes recently, so it’s important to keep up to date – otherwise you could miss out on the opportunity of a lifetime. So, if next year is going to be your year to finally make that dream become reality, don’t miss our list of the top five things to know if you’re buying in Canada in 2019.
How does year-round summer sound to you? That’s what you’d have if you spent the UK winter in Australia each year. Holiday homes are a popular purchase in southern Spain, Italy and Greece – but there’s no reason you can’t purchase further afield. Australia’s English-speaking, has more or less the same legal system as the UK and is welcoming to temporary residents. Plus, spending December in 30ºC is hard to beat! Today, we’re looking at spending the British winter in Australia: the legalities, how to purchase a holiday home and what to do when you’re ov
Welcome to the second part of our serialisation of Buying in Cyprus. If you missed Part One, check it out here. This week, we’re going to take a look at how you can draw up your timescale for buying in Cyprus. Looking in a quieter period like now can mean estate agents will be keener and sellers more motivated, worried about not finding a buyer. Play your cards right and you could be sunning yourself in Cyprus within six months!
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