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    How to Get the best Value when Selling Your Home

    Homeowners looking to sell their property will always do their utmost to get the best value and the highest possible price they can achieve. However, the real estate market has been experiencing a turbulent period due to unpredictable financial markets, which can of course sometimes make selling your home a bit tricky. Thankfully, it’s not […]

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    What Choices Does One Have While Renting a Flat in Berlin

    For visitors and locals alike, renting a flat in any European city can be a hassle, if you don’t know the basic drill. Berlin, which is one of the most visited cities in Europe, is host to a plethora of visitors, throughout the year. The visitors throng the city with little or no information about […]

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    5 Reasons You Need a Surveyor When Buying in Brighton (UK)

    Brighton homes are like no others. Between the imposing, bow-fronted townhouses along the seafront and the chirpy rainbow of terraces in Hanover, the city is brimming with architectural character from every decade. The unrivalled variety is part of what makes Brighton such an enchanting place to live, drawing people away from the capital every year […]

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    6 Swimming Pool Ideas for your Spanish Home-from-Home

    You braved the Spanish property market, and are finally – triumphantly – sitting in your beautiful home-from-home. There’s sun, sangria, and even a view of the sea, so what’s missing? The secret to achieving that true “holiday” feeling is making the most of the gorgeous Spanish weather by indulging in all of the pleasures you […]

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    Holiday Home Investments: Tips for beating fluctuating exchange rates and bank charges

    When looking for a holiday home abroad, it’s easy to get up in the excitement and fun of the house-hunting process. It can, however, be very worthwhile to think ahead about the actual mechanics of the house-buying process and to plan ahead to save yourself both time and money. Start by making local contacts Even […]

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    Millennials on the move?

    Buying a home, especially for younger people, has traditionally been seen as a rite of passage and a way of making a statement that you have ‘made it’. But that is now not always the case, with more and more of the so-called ‘millennial’ generation opting to rent and shun the buying market. With renting, people tend […]

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    How Macron’s Victory Will Improve France’s Property Market for Investors

    France’s election campaigns of the past weeks seemed like a tight race, with many observers watching if the populist Marine Le Penn would be victorious as Trump was in the US last year. To the relief of many Europeans, Emmanuel Macron won the elections. What does this mean for the French economy, specifically the property […]

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    Things To Look Out For When Viewing A Property Abroad

    Moving abroad can be one of the most uplifting and exciting experiences a person can have. Whether you’re moving abroad on a temporary basis for a work assignment and you’re looking for a property to rent, or you’re moving your family abroad permanently, there are a number of different things that you will need to […]

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    Selling your home fast – The right approach can accelerate the process

    Although the peak homebuying season might be over yet there are steps which you can always take to accelerate the process of the sale. All you need to do is set the right price and make the best first impression to attract the buyers. But if you have been thinking of selling off your house, […]

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    The Latest in Swimming Pool Tech

    Every year, swimming pool manufacturers come up with new and improved pool innovations. Technology is used to improve pool design, treatment of water and pool management. Some pools are chemical free, doing away with chlorine and salt, while others use UV light or ozone to make the water easier on the skin. If you’re planning […]

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    The importance of building from the ground up

    What’s the most important feature of a building? The harmony of the materials it’s built from? The ergonomic “flow” between each room? The natural way it integrates with its surroundings? Actually, none of these. Sorry. These may be exciting parts of a build, but the most important is, and always will be, the foundation it’s built upon. It […]

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    Home Improvements

    There are many different ways you can increase the value of your home. Harlands estate agents have narrowed them down to just eight ways of doing this. These include installing double glazing windows, home buyers today rate energy efficiency highly, so replacing your windows is a worthwhile investment. Landscaping your garden, one of the first thing buyers […]

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    Brexit sparks buying bonanza from Overseas Property Investors

    While Brexit is undoubtedly an emotional issue for many people, those who manage to put aside strong feelings and look at the hard facts of economics can take reassurance from the fact that the UK is clearly still seen as being great value and an attractive target for overseas investors. Sterling’s loss is a great […]

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    Why settle for ‘average’ when ‘above average’ requires less effort?

    It’s a funny word, ‘average’. We use it as part of our decision-making processes, like when we look at ‘average’ temperatures to decide where and when to go on holiday. But in many other contexts it can be quite a damning word – ‘an average student’, ‘a pretty average performance by United’; it implies mediocrity. So is […]

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    6 things to remember when you buy property in the EU

    There are a lot of people, who has a dream to buy or purchase property in EU. There are numerous reasons behind it, which include additional services, better lifestyle etc. If you are going to purchase a property in EU, then it is a very good idea. Purchasing a property in EU seems to be […]

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