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12th March 2019

Hong Kong is a vibrant, cosmopolitan metropolis that has a long history of attracting expatriates. It’s a dynamic and modern city, known as much for its hustle and bustle as it is for its efficiency and convenience. If you’re considering moving to Hong Kong, we break down the main reasons why it’s read more ...

12th March 2019

It is no surprise that Chelsea is one of the most desirable areas of London, the houses that line the streets of SW3 and SW10 are, for the best part, lavish and luxurious, with many going as far back as the Victorian and Georgian eras. In 1609 King James I founded the King James's College at read more ...

01st March 2019

You might not have immediately considered moving to Fulham if you are thinking of making a move in London, but this often-overlooked area has plenty to offer residents including a wealth of bars, restaurants, shops, local amenities and easy access to some top-flight sports. Fulham is situated in read more ...

28th February 2019

The second largest city in the USA and well known for its celebrities, film industry & 284 days of sun a year, LA is a popular city for expats. There is a growing British community of over 200,000 expats in LA, along with many other nationalities including Latino, Chinese, Persian and Korean read more ...

27th February 2019

Switzerland is the land of Swiss watches, chocolates, and cheese and a high quality of living, attracting many expats every year. Around 25% of the population are foreign with British, Italians and Germans topping the list of nationalities moving into Switzerland either to work or for their spouses read more ...

19th February 2019

Boston is one of the oldest cities in the USA; the strong European influence, rich history and prestigious universities make Boston unique and diverse. The capital of Massachusetts has retained many of its colonial roots from its British founders, making it feel much like home for many British read more ...

18th February 2019

If you’re moving to San Francisco as a British expatriate, you’re more than likely familiar with its main sights. It’s hard to miss the iconic Golden Gate bridge. When it was completed in 1937, it was the longest suspension bridge span in the word. It no longer holds that title – eight bridges have read more ...

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