The 7,000 islands of the Philippines provide a stunning landscape of sandy beaches, lush vegetation and sparkling seas.
Despite temperatures across the UK equaling those on the sun kissed island of Mallorca last week, it seems many would still much rather spend the summer on its sandy shores in Balearic bliss.
Europe’s capitals make for exciting holidays and interesting property investments, but when it comes to yields it’s worth looking beyond the big smoke and considering the countryside.
Style, culture, entertainment and hot property – London and New York have it all.
The grass is being manicured, the outfits pressed and the racquets strung as the UK prepares to be gripped by Wimbledon fever once more.
Second homebuyers champion Spanish construction industry as Brits rekindle their love for the Costa del Sol
It seems Spain’s footballers aren’t the only ones preparing for a busy summer season, as those in the construction industry celebrate an encouraging start to 2016.
British citizens have emerged as the second largest investors in Dubai real estate and according to the Dubai Land Department they have invested £1.9 billion in 2015.
Last year, Chinese real estate investors become the biggest single buyers of US property, overtaking Canadians for the first time, according to National Association of Realtor data.
2016 continues to be a significant year for the Spanish island of Mallorca as it becomes prominent on an increasing amount of holiday wish lists.
After a thriving start to 2016, Spain’s property market looks set to reclaim its status amongst overseas buyers as it continues to go from strength to strength.
Modern life can be stressful: political and financial worries, work-related stress and societal pressure to always be happy, healthy and at the top of your game all add up.
Orlando is set to remain among the fastest growing metros this year for family real estate rental markets, thanks to its growing leisure and hospitality sectors.
In 2015 the Office for National Statistics released figures that showed that 51% of the population in England and Wales is single.
The beginning of 2016 saw Spain break yet another tourism record, welcoming 3.5 million international tourists in January alone, albeit traditionally one of the low-season months.
The tragic events in the resorts of Tunisia and Egypt over the past year have rocked the foundations of holidaymakers around the world, so much so that UK travellers now consider safety and security to be the most important factor when it comes to booking their holiday destination.
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