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Buying Property in Portugal
The property buying process in Portugal is straightforward, however regulations by the Portuguese government often means there is a high degree of bureaucracy involved. If you understand what to expect before beginning your search and engage an English speaking lawyer the process should be straightforward. Look for a lawyer who is working for you and doesn’t have conflicting loyalties, and who will make sure the property is free of debt and restrictive clauses.
Buying a Property in Italy
Italy is split into 20 regions and has over 4,700 miles of coastline along with outstandingly beautiful lakes, ancient cities and stunning countryside. The Apennine Mountain range runs down Italy’s centre making it perfect for owning a property that can be within easy reach of both mountains and beaches. Each region has its own unique geographical and cultural distinctions with exceptional local cuisine and friendly locals.
Thinking of living in France?
Thinking of living to France? Though moving abroad is exciting, the reality of doing so can cause nervousness and uncertainty. Moving abroad need not be a daunting task as long as you do your research. France is a popular destination for those moving abroad – is it easy to reach and is in close proximity to a number of European countries – and a large number of people choose to begin a new chapter living in France.
Buying a Property in Spain
With house prices offering good value for money and a thriving expat community it’s not surprising that Spain is still one of the most popular choices for Brits when purchasing properties abroad.
Buying a Property in France
Buying a new property can be a stressful experience for anyone, especially if you are buying in a foreign country. France is the top choice for many British property buyers, due to its proximity to the UK, great weather and laid-back lifestyle. With property prices still affordable in most parts and with all the rigid legal regulations for buying and selling properties, France is one of the best places to buy property, as you are so well protected.
Why are the Canary Islands so popular?
Once known as “The Fortunate Islands”, simply because the weather is as near to perfection as possible, the Canary Islands are made up of seven islands with Lanzarote being the easternmost in the Atlantic Ocean; approximately 125 km (78 mi) off the coast of Africa. Lanzarote enjoys all year round sun, with the temperatures rarely falling below 14 degrees on a midwinter night and mid-summer temperatures nestled in the mid-thirties.
Why is the South of France so popular?
Beaulieu sur Dordogne, in the heart of Dordogne Valley in South West France, is known locally as the Limousin Riviera. It has a softer micro-climate than some parts of the Corrèze further north. Beaulieu is a medieval town, originally dominated by its great abbey of St Pierre, of which only the abbey church remains, but is a popular attraction. Not surprisingly, it is also a highly sought-after area for house-hunters.