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Guide to buying luxury property in Marbella

by Yuri Brixenmortar 30. November 2012 11:29
Luxury real estate experts Unique Living offer tips and advice on the world's top high-end real estate hotspots.

World-class hotels. Luxury cruise ships. Top-of-the-range sports cars. Marbella is famous all around the world as a playground for the rich and famous; the Costa del Sol’s answer to Cannes. [More]

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What you need to know about renting offices in Miami

by Yuri Brixenmortar 29. November 2012 11:34
When looking for a new company headquarters, it’s always a good idea to look at the weather forecast: no one wants to work in a gloomy city where it always rains. So offices for rent in Miami are a smart move for that reason alone. After all, where could be a nicer place to work every day than the heart of the Sunshine State? [More]

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Guide to buying luxury property in Estepona

by Yuri Brixenmortar 28. November 2012 11:27
Luxury real estate experts Unique Living offer tips and advice on the world's top high-end real estate hotspots.

The Costa del Sol is well-known for its booming tourism industry, with people from all over the world lining up to stretch out on the sunny beaches. But these are not just any people: the Costa del Sol is also famous for the calibre of people who line up to enjoy its sandy coast. A playground for the rich and famous, towns such as Marbella rival Cannes in the jet-setting stakes. [More]

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How to generate leads with just a property description

by Yuri Brixenmortar 27. November 2012 11:21
Powering the property search on the largest network of overseas property portals, including TheMoveChannel.com, Lead Galaxy’s lead generation service makes it easy to advertise real estate in all countries.

But properties are only as good as their listing. Want to maximise the number of leads your development generates? Try these simple steps to writing an effective property listing description: [More]

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Guide to buying luxury property in Sotogrande

by 26. November 2012 08:06
Luxury real estate experts Unique Living offer tips and advice on the world's top high-end real estate hotspots.

From its world-class marina to the famous golfing facilities, Sotogrande is the ideal destination for sports fans and boat lovers alike.

But even once you've been won over by the warm Mediterranean climate and stunning coastline, there are still things you should find out before moving to the Costa del Sol's finest town.

Here is all the information you could ever need about buying luxury property in Sotogrande:

Vital Statistics

Average property price

€700k+

Style of Property

Villas

Who's buying?

Scandinavians

Brits



Background Information

Climate

Sotogrande shares the Costa del Sol's Mediterranean climate, with temperatures in the area falling to 8°C during the winter and rising to 30°C during the summer. November to February may see rain but sunshine is still common, making golf a year-round activity for residents and tourists alike.



Lifestyle

Andalusia's largest privately-owned development, Sotogrande boasts beautiful landscapes, five golf courses and an expansive nature reserve. This mix of sports, luxury marina and a view of the Rock of Gibraltar, has brought residents from across the world, including British PM Tony Blair.



Economy

Once the home of the most expensive pieces of property in Spain, Sotogrande's prestigious inhabitants have created a wealthy economy in the area that is capable of both retaining high real estate values and withstanding the wider Eurozone financial turmoil.



Insider Knowledge

"Sotogrande is nearer Gibraltar, it's got its own community. It's a marina and the villas are fantastic. A lot of people are attracted to the golf: you've got the big courses like Valderrama. The Ryder Cup was held there, for example, many years ago. Seve Ballesteros won!

"There are still many, many Brits buying property in Sotogrande, along with a lot of Scandinavian buyers, but there are very different people to the ones who buy in the French Riviera. They want to be near amenities. You can buy places here where you don't need a car to get around. It's a marriage of convenience." [More]

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Moving to America: Shipping Your Belongings

by Yuri Brixenmortar 16. November 2012 16:23
Making the move across the Atlantic can be a daunting one. While American and British culture is very similar in a lot of ways, legal and financial issues are often very different. This is one of the main difficulties in emigrating. The other big headache is moving all of your possessions over the expanse of the ocean. You could of course just sell off everything you have at home, and buy new things over in the US, but this is clearly something not everyone will want to do. [More]

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Australia: Where You Should Make a Real Estate Investment

by Yuri Brixenmortar 12. November 2012 10:42
In Australia, house prices have fallen, and buying a house can sometimes cost less than renting one. This is known to be the case of Carlton in Melbourne and Rushcutters Bay in Sydney.

The cost of a house in Oz decreased for three consecutive months earlier this year, the longest fall for at least a decade, although even that was less than in other industrialised nations. Celeste Tay, who serves 4cast Ltd as an economist and is located in Singapore, affirmed that last year's interest rate cuts had not been of significant benefit to the property market. This year, the largest four banks in the country raised their standard variable home-loan rates, arousing fervent grumbling that banks were not passing on cuts in the official rate by the Reserve Bank. [More]

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Guide to Buying Luxury Property in Cannes

by 12. November 2012 10:34
Two-bedroom apartments by the sea in Spain are all very well and good, but sometimes, you want something more than a holiday resort. Something with a bit more class and comfort. After all, if you are planning to live somewhere for several months a year, why settle for a Ford when you can have a Rolls Royce?

Luxury property experts Unique Living offer tips and advice on the world's top high-end real estate hotspots.

Here is a guide to buying luxury property in Cannes... [More]

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Tips for buying luxury property in Vence

by Yuri Brixenmortar 11. November 2012 11:29
Luxury property experts Unique Living offer tips and advice on the world's top high-end real estate hotspots.

When it comes to high-end real estate in France, the French Riviera is the place to go. And for those sifting through the Riviera's finest towns, Vence is hard to beat. What makes the commune so special? [More]

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Guide to renting Shanghai offices

by Yuri Brixenmortar 10. November 2012 17:18
Companies searching for serviced office solutions in the UK are smart, but more and more firms are looking overseas to set up their headquarters. A popular destination? Shanghai.

The largest city in the People's Republic of China, Shanghai is one of the most important cities in the world. Indeed, it boasts the biggest population on the planet, a fact that only boosts its status in the world of finance and commerce. [More]

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