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Why Dordogne property seduces British buyers

Click here to read the full article in the FT - published 5th June 2019

10 things to consider before buying a retirement property abroad

Click here to read the full article published by Daily Express on 27th June 2015

Portugal bounces back

As featured in the May/June 2015 edition of Your Mortgage magazine As Portugal emerges from the financial crisis, property investors are returning to the market in search of opportunistic bargains, says Clare Nessling After years of stagnation, Portugal’s property market is on the up again at last.


Spain back as number one location for overseas buyers

Click here to read the full article on the Best Advice website - 29th April 2015

Property Reporter blog: Spanish house prices rising fastest rate since 2008

Click here to read full article entitled: "Spanish house prices rising fastest rate since 2008" - 30.03.2015

Pound reaches five year high against euro

Good news for anyone thinking of buying property in the euro zone - the value of the pound to the euro has reached the best exchange rate seen in five years. The pound is now worth €1.29, having climbed steadily over the last year and a


Spanish property market back on the map

For many years, Spain was shunned by overseas property investors. Dogged by scandals, oversupply and plunging prices, it was shrouded by a dark cloud of doom and gloom. How things change, however. The Spanish economy may still be some way to being back on track,


Sun-seeking Britons snap up affordable homes in Spain

After a turbulent few years in the eye of the euro zone storm, Spain seems to be making a turnaround at last.  The economy is showing signs of recovery, tourist numbers are up, and after years of plummeting house prices, experts are predicting increases in


Pound rises to two-year high against euro

Sterling exchange rates had a bit of a bumpy ride in September with speculators gearing themselves up for the Scottish referendum result. With Scotland voting to stay in the union, the dust appears to have settled however, and the pound to euro exchange


Spain’s property revival boosted by ‘bad bank’ sales

More encouraging news regarding the Spanish property market revival. Sareb, otherwise known as Spain’s ‘bad bank’, the vehicle established to clean up the country’s real estate collapse, has reported an acceleration in home sales. Over the first four months of this year alone, it sold more