When you make decisions you think things through, using your brain faculties and tend to have a “gut instinct”* about whether the decision is right. Sometimes we make a decision based on instinct, rather than what the logic of our brains tell us. This is a phenomenon explored by Continue reading European Property Buying-When to Trust Your Gut?Tags: European property, holiday home, overseas property agent
So Montenegro divorced Serbia on June 2006 and has, on the whole, kept a low profile on the World Stage. So what of this small idyllic country, after all didn’t it Continue reading Montenegro Property-Is there life post-divorce for this country?Tags: economy, Euro, European property, European Union, International finance, Overseas finance, overseas property agent
Buyers in the UK can get confused with the different property valuations. The difference between an insurance valuation for rebuilding cost purposes is at serious odds to the the market value, the price that a buyer is prepared to pay to acquire that property. And so in Spain, Continue reading Spanish Homes and Property Valuations–Is it the same as Valuing in the UK?Tags: European property, holiday home, Overseas Buying process, overseas property, overseas property agent
Ok so there are a load of exciting property bargains to be had if you have the cash ready to buy one and you‘re hot to trot. But buying a property in Spain is different from buying in the Continue reading Spanish property buying process–have you noticed the difference?Tags: holiday home, new build, off-plan, Overseas Buying process, overseas property agent, Property Abroad
I have conversations with new clients who want to sell their properties and they sometimes bemoan their incumbent agent. But when I delve further and ask Continue reading Overseas Property Agent stupid? Or the economy?Tags: economy, European property, Overseas Buying process, overseas property agent, Poland, Property Abroad, Spain, Turkey
In light of stumbling progress in the Eurozone, many currencies have strengthened against the Euro, thereby creating stronger buying power in Europe. Sterling has emerged Continue reading Overseas exchange rates-when did they last help you so much?Tags: Euro, European property, Exchange rate, Foreign Property, Forex, International finance, Mortgage loan, Overseas finance, overseas property agent
Many of the challenges faced when buying property overseas are surmountable, but some people lose perspective and common-sense, when faced with Continue reading Buying property abroad-what are the 5 common failings people make? What can be done?Tags: economy, European property, holiday home, investment property, off-plan, overseas property, overseas property agent, Property Abroad
Risk is at the top of everyone’s minds at the moment with the threat of US default and subsequent sovereign downgrading, as well as the mounting debt problems continuing to swamp Greece and other European countries now being drawn in. Continue reading Buying overseas property-what can you do about risk? 5 Key QuestionsTags: Exchange rate, First Time Overseas Buyer, Foreign Property, investment, new build, off-plan, Overseas finance, overseas property, overseas property agent, Resale, Risk & Reward
Some people are not sure what an agent does, or is, let alone which type is best for them. So let us establish this first.
A property agent brings together Continue reading Overseas Property Agent-which is right for me? How can I tell? 5 Top TipsTags: National Association of Estate Agents, Overseas Buying process, overseas property, overseas property agent, Property Abroad
Want to fulfil your dream of an overseas holiday home or investment property, but don’t want the hassle?
Some people wish to live the dream of having a holiday home abroad but don’t want the hassle. Or they want to do it as Continue reading Holiday Home Abroad-How can you save time and money buying?Tags: holiday home, National Association of Estate Agents, Overseas Buying process, overseas property, overseas property agent