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As a global city, its many attractions have been unable to protect the Dubai property market from feeling the effect of a worldwide malaise. Over recent months, it has been on a steady downward slide, albeit a gentle one...

Is it still worth investing in Spanish property post-Brexit?
Thursday 1st June 2017

Brexit has been at the front of news for some time and how the UK will respond as a result of it is unknown but what will it mean for other European countries?   Over the last two years, the recovery seen in Spain has been nothing short of remarkable with the property market now seeing the rewards of this recovery...

Home sales in Dubai predicted to increase over the next five years
Thursday 27th April 2017

The United Arab Emirates is seeing significant changes in its property market, with more people than ever before looking to buy rather than rent. In a predominantly rental driven market, how realistic is it for this trend to completely turn on its head?   Living the dream   In a country where the vast majority of the population chooses to rent their homes, it is perhaps shocking that a huge number of renters now expect to be able to buy their own home in the next five years...

Article 50: Far from the end for the Spanish Property Market
Thursday 27th April 2017

The rain in Spain may fall mainly on the plain, but the fallout from Brexit and Article 50 has been felt throughout the Spanish property market and has been felt most keenly in the places which have traditionally been popular with British property buyers...

Mixed forecasts for property in Bangkok
Friday 31st March 2017

The latest round of forecasts for the Bangkok property market is something of a mixed bag. While predictions are broadly positive and highlight strong fundamentals, there are also some potential pitfalls ahead for the Thai capital...

Is Dubai property on the verge of recovery?
Friday 31st March 2017

Dubai’s property market has been in decline for a while. While it does not compare to the notorious crash of 2008, the trend has definitely been downward...



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An Introduction to Currency Exchange

Tuesday 28th April 2015

If you have ever gone on holiday overseas or bought a product from abroad, there is a very good chance that you have entered into the world of currency exchange – though you may not have been aware of it at the time!     Simply put, Currency exchange is the conversion of one currency into another...

Why Using a Currency Broker Could Save You Thousands When Buying Property Abroad

Monday 2nd March 2015

Most people automatically assume that using a bank to manage their foreign exchange requirements is their best option...

Saving Money on a Foreign Property Purchase – Case Study

Monday 2nd March 2015

After working in the healthcare sector for more than thirty years, Mrs Wilding and her husband put their property in Kent on the market and started turning their long-held dream of retiring to France into a reality...



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