Is it possible for me to move abroad?
30th November 2011 - 08:48
Many people want to move abroad and many people do make that “journey” every single year. If you have decided you want to move abroad you will need to check that it is legally possible for you to do so. Whilst it is relatively easy to move to another EU country, if you want to move further, for example to Australia or America, work, property and visas can all put a stop to your plans.
If you are an EU national, then there are not too many restrictions and you are free to travel...
What to look out for in your contract
24th November 2011 - 05:20
For most people, buying a property abroad can be both a scary and exciting adventure. Key to making your purchase a success is the sales contract, something that should be understood fully before it is signed. Here are a few things to look out for in your contract, to help your move go a smoothly as possible:
1) Understand every word: If you are buying in a country whose first language is not English then there is likely to be a language barrier, even if you think you speak the language...
Researching property and prices abroad
17th November 2011 - 04:22
Research is of paramount importance when moving house, whether you are moving a few streets away or if you are moving to a completely new country. You may be buying abroad to for a holiday home, to emigrate, to retire, for investment or a combination of all of these, but whichever it is, good research ensures that things don’t go wrong. And if they do, you should be prepared to deal with them. Research will also open your eyes to the different laws, rules and regulations that different...