One of the best things about being single is the freedom it offers, including to live where you like! But where should you move for a change of scene? We’ve ranked our top 12 countries – see where made the cut
One of the best things about moving to New Zealand is going to be exploring your new country. Both islands offer unique slices of natural beauty that change from town to town, but never fail to take your breath away. Plus, when you’re all the way on the other side of the world – staycations might be the way to go! If you are keen to buy a New Zealand holiday home, this article is for you.
According to the National Association of Realtors, the US holiday home market is currently booming. In their report on Investment and Vacation Home Buyers 2018, they revealed 72% of vacation property owners and 71% of investment property owners believe now is a good time to buy a holiday home in the USA. Of these eager buyers, 33% are snapping up holiday homes in resort areas, 24% are looking to rural locations and 18% are keen on that small town vibe. 33% want to be by the beach and 21% wish to hear the lake lapping on the shore outside of their bedroom window.
The Dordogne is a truly beautiful department located in the Nouvelle Aquitaine in the south west of France. It has long been one of the most popular areas for many British people to visit and settle in as it has so much to offer: beautiful countryside, stunning towns and villages, medieval castles, prehistoric caves, a great climate, rich and varied food, pretty timber houses. The list goes on and on!
Let’s be honest – most of us grew up dreaming of living near enough to Disney World to wave at Mickey Mouse! Things haven’t changed – buying property near Disney World remains one of the most popular choices with Brits. Disney World is located in Orlando, Florida – a year-round destination where we suspect it’s actually impossible to get bored. Here, every minute of your holiday will be about trips to theme parks, waterparks, zoos, shopping malls and of course golf courses…when the idea of another roller coaster makes you queasy. Fortunately, Orlando also enjoys a fantastic climate allowing yo