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16th June 2012

Professionals moving to Bulgaria for work will be pleased to hear that now is a good time to invest in property in the European country, according to Bulgarian Property Experts. Gemma Tippler, manager at the Bulgarian real estate information provider, explained that after three years of property read more ...

16th June 2012

Brits planning on moving overseas in the foreseeable future will need to embrace the language of the country if they want to adapt to a new way of life relatively smoothly. While starting a course in your native country is sensible, and can be done through a professional programme or be self-taught read more ...

16th June 2012

British professionals looking to purchase an overseas property in a European country are in a "win-win situation", an expert has claimed. Marc Da-Silva, founder of PropertyJournalist.com and editorial director at International Estate Agent Today, explained that the decreasing property prices in read more ...

15th June 2012

In celebration of the 80th birthday of Sir Peter Blake (June 25th), Chichester's Pallant House Gallery is launching a major music-themed exhibition this month that reveals why this Englishman is one of the country's best-known and much-loved pop art pioneers. Entitled Peter Blake and Pop Music, the read more ...

14th June 2012

As far as developing a particular niche goes, the organisers behind Documenta, a major exhibition of modern and contemporary art, have certainly distinguished themselves from other notable counterparts. Taking place in Kassel, Germany, Documenta, now in its thirteenth manifestation, happens every read more ...

14th June 2012

France's new president is set to enjoy a strong start to power with news that he looks likely to gain a strong parliamentary majority. After the first round of the National Assembly elections, Francois Hollande's Socialist Party and its allies look set to secure the 289 seats needed for an absolute read more ...

14th June 2012

British expats moving to Australia for work and looking to purchase a home will need to adjust themselves to a different way of living, according to a property investor. Brett Alegre-Wood, founder of Your Property Club, explained that people tend to be a lot more spread out in Australia, so it pays read more ...

14th June 2012

European cities are becoming cheaper places to live for expat workers, according to new research. Mercer, a global leader in consulting and investment services, reported that Paris, Rome and Amsterdam have all become cheaper to live and work in. For example, in Paris, the rent for an unfurnished, read more ...

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