More Brits buying property in Algarve
A growing number of Brits are taking out mortgages with a view to buying a property in Algarve, according to Santander Totta, which provides many mortgages to people buying properties in Portugal.
100 per cent LTV mortgages available in Spain
Foreigners seeking to buy a home in Spain can now hope to borrow up to 100 loan to value (LTV) of the property price, as banks step up their efforts to sell more properties in Spain.
Holiday homes in Turkey popular with holidaymakers
People seeking to buy a holiday home abroad which also generates a good rental income, may be keen to learn that homes in Turkey are currently attracting the highest proportion of summer holiday enquiries, as a percentage of all enquiries on holidaylettings.co.uk.
FSA Authorised Payment Institution classification offers highest level of regulation for fx
With the phased introduction of regulation of foreign exchange companies by the FSA now underway, new price comparison site MyMoneyShortlist.com is advising consumers to assure themselves that their money is safe when choosing a currency broker for their international money transfers by choosing a company that is also classified as an Authorised Payment Institution.
New Florida feature at A Place in the Sun Live
A new area dedicated to finding your dream property in Florida has been launched at the next A Place in the Sun Live taking place at Earls Court London on 11th - 13th March 2011.
Bulgaria property deadline looms
Foreigners who purchased land or a home in Bulgaria before 2008 are being reminded to re-register their Bulgarian property before December 31st or potentially face losing their holiday home.
Potential setback for Dubai property market
Despite various claims that the Dubai property market is on the road to recovery, Dubai property experts project that residential prices will continue to fall across many parts of the emirate if more new home in Dubai are released onto the market.
Dubai property fees could fall
Existing people who own homes in Dubai are to have their housing fees reviewed by the state following numerous complaints from homeowners who felt that they were being charged twice for service charges.