Monthly Archives: June 2012

Non-Registered Expat Workers in Cyprus Fined


If you move to Cyprus and intend to start work, you must register with the immigration department upon arrival. A leading law firm, A&G Kouzali, reports that it has recently received many emails asking if it is compulsory for EU … Continue reading

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Travelling to France When Investing There


If you’re buying an investment property in France, there are so many things to think about. And travelling shouldn’t be one of them. You may have to make a few trips over the Channel in the months before your purchase … Continue reading

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Greek Property Market Fuelled by Political Uncertainty


Astute property investors are flooding into the Greek property market, as the troubled country looks set to leave the euro. Estate agents estimate that house prices could drop by a further 20% before the election, due on 17th June 2012. … Continue reading

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Spain is Still Most Searched for Location on Rightmove


Rightmove has published recent data from its Overseas Search Report for May, revealing that Spain is still the most searched for location on its website. The figures show that 50.61% of destinations experienced an increase in searches, while 49.34% saw a … Continue reading

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