Buying a property overseas is an exciting venture, but also one that requires careful financial consideration.
Whilst we may feel that our money is being stretched farther than ever with today’s inflation rates, and despite the dwindling exchange rate of the Australian dollar against the British Pound it seems, in relation to their counterparts from the last 100 years, that Australians are actually doing pretty well for value for money.
Conjure up an image of the Costa del Sol and sunshine, sand and sangria no doubt leap to mind. Yet behind the idyllic beaches, bustling towns and tantalising local cuisine lies an altogether more dangerous feature: the Caminito del Rey.
Not only is Poinciana getting a major new road in the form of the Poinciana Parkway, but the new SunRail extension to the area is going ahead.
Exchange rates can have a big impact on the global property market. Whether purchasing a property for personal use or as an investment, beneficial exchange rates can lead to buyers getting a lot more for their money.
The developers of Ocean Village, Gibraltar, have sold out upcoming Ocean Spa Plaza only 36 hours after general release.
With Chinese President Xi Jinping in the United States at the moment, now is the ideal time to consider how strong the demand is from Chinese buyers for Central Florida real estate.
Berlin is the first city in Germany to introduce a cap on what landlords can charge new tenants.
The rise in popularity of private rental properties is leading many investors to take a long, hard look at Spanish property.
When it comes to looking for properties abroad, it’s important not to get swept up in the excitement of it all and to keep your head instead.
From the super yachts bobbing about off the coast to the luxury pads tucked away in the hills, Mallorca is a playground to the rich and famous. Many A-listers call the island home and many more delight in visiting it for their holidays.
With less than a year to go until the Olympic Games 2016 in Rio de Janiero, the first summer games to be held in South America, it has been revealed that the Olympic torch route will take in the city of Natal in Rio Grande do Norte, in the north-east of the country.
The timing of the direct flight links between Orlando and Dubai, UAE, could hardly be better for the Central Florida real estate industry.
Depending on who’s counting, Barcelona regularly ranks somewhere between the 10th and 25th most visited city in the world.
There’s no better place to relax and unwind than by a dazzling swimming pool. Whether it’s basking in the sunshine, taking a refreshing dip to cool down, or sipping a cocktail with your toes in the water, pools are the pièce de résistance of many second homes.
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