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Guide to buying luxury property in Portugal: Coimbra

by Yuri Brixenmortar 25. April 2013 11:42
Luxury real estate portal offer tips and advice on the world's top high-end real estate hotspots. [More]


Guide to renting a serviced office in Glasgow

by Yuri Brixenmortar 23. April 2013 11:42
Everyone always talks about Edinburgh, but Scotland’s second city, Glasgow, is just as important. One of the top 10 financial centres in Europe, as of 2012, it is the country’s largest city and plays an increasingly important role in the Scottish - and world - economy. [More]

Tags: launches new news service

by Yuri Brixenmortar 22. April 2013 11:40
The overseas property portal, powered by lead generation network Lead Galaxy, is one of the leading news hubs for the overseas real estate industry, covering the latest market statistics, investment trends, project launches and news stories as and when they break. [More]


Polish property ranked most attractive for 2013

by Yuri Brixenmortar 19. April 2013 10:20
Polish property investment is on the up, according to new figures. Data from CBRE shows that investment in Central and Eastern Europe tripled in the first quarter of 2013 from last year to reach €2.6 billion. And Poland is leading the way, with investors rating the country the most attractive market for the year. [More]


Guide to buying luxury property in Portugal: Cascais

by 18. April 2013 11:39
Luxury real estate portal offer tips and advice on the world's top high-end real estate hotspots. [More]


Property: to rent or buy when moving to France?

by Yuri Brixenmortar 8. April 2013 16:49
So, you've decided to make the leap and move to France. Congratulations! But now comes a little bit of hard work, especially in terms of finding somewhere to live. One of the first decisions you will need to make is whether to rent or buy a property.

Here are some key arguments for and against renting and buying. Ultimately, though, it does boil down to your personal circumstances and preferences as to which route you choose to go down. [More]


Escape the eurozone in the Italian mountains

by Yuri Brixenmortar 1. April 2013 13:13
Like many countries, the eurozone crisis weighs heavy on Italy. With its government divided and debt spiralling up, the Italian economic outlook is not pretty. But nestled in the Dolomites Mountains, the small town of Feltre allows residents to escape the doom and gloom. [More]


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