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04th July 2018

When you’re considering a move to the USA, where you settle will impact on the cost of living. The price of property, lifestyle and schooling varies wildly from state to state. Los Angeles, on the attractive Californian coastline, is a popular location for British expatriates. We take a look at the read more ...

02nd July 2018

If you are relocating to the USA’s capital for work, it’s important to get your accommodation sorted. The relatively small size of Washington DC, as well as many expatriates, means the most-desirable homes are snapped up fast. Where to live Washington DC itself has a population of just under 700, read more ...

29th June 2018

While Orlando is certainly known for its over-the-top theme parks, the rich cultural and artistic heritage of this city is sometimes overlooked. There is little wonder why Orlando carries the nickname ‘The City Beautiful’ when we look at the perfect weather and spectacular surroundings. Whether you read more ...

25th June 2018

Thinking of moving to France? Does the laissez-faire lifestyle combining French culture, good food, full-bodied wines and excellent job prospects appeal? If it does, there are plenty of job opportunities that can support your new lifestyle in France. If you are moving to Paris, you will find a read more ...

25th June 2018

Europe has never been more open for expats to live and work. International movers are thriving as top executives relocating to new European destinations while remaining just a short flight from family roots back in the UK. Brexit is already having an effect as top international corporations such as read more ...

05th June 2018

The extremely high quality of life is one of the many reasons Singapore is an expat’s haven. There is plenty to see and do, from cultural gems to high-class entertainment, days out to fine dining – perfect for you and your family, whatever your interests. In this expat guide, we explore some of read more ...

29th May 2018

Part of moving to France is getting to grips with different driving conditions and rules. Driving is on the right-hand-side of the road in France. However, if you buy a French car, it will have the steering wheel on the left-hand side of the car, which makes it much easier to adapt to driving on read more ...

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