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Apr 16, 2014

Clock ticking on France’s tax discount for second homeowners

Apr 09, 2014

BLOG: Why amateur property investors shouldn’t go it (totally) alone

Mar 28, 2014

Ten things to consider before viewing a property abroad

Mar 26, 2014

BLOG: An expert’s warning to all amateur property investors

Mar 21, 2014

Buy to let: The natural successor to annuities?

Mar 14, 2014

BLOG: How the Ukraine crisis is affecting London property

Feb 26, 2014

BLOG: An Englishman’s home may be his castle, but it’s also his best asset

Feb 21, 2014

London landlords earn double national average

Feb 07, 2014

Is it time to buy your dream ski chalet while the pound is hot?

Jan 29, 2014

BLOG: UK house buyers are being left behind in their own backyard

Dec 28, 2013

UK’s most expensive streets revealed

Dec 18, 2013

Overseas property: Where in the world to buy in 2014?

Nov 13, 2013

Is Albania the new hotspot for British property investors?

Jul 03, 2013

A fifth of landlords plan to expand property portfolio

Jun 24, 2013

Is property off the investment naughty step?

May 15, 2013

Warning for Brits with second homes in Spain

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