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Top 20 Most Expensive Cities in the World for Expats 2014

The most expensive cities in the world for expats are both in Africa in 2014. Luanda in Angola is the most expensive for the second year in a row, Hong Kong is the most expensive in Asia, Zurich the most expensive in Europe and New York in North America, with Sydney the most expensive in […]

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Expats Renting in Tokyo are Paying the Most in the World

Tokyo’s rents are the highest in the world for expatriates followed by Moscow and Hong Kong, where prices surged 22%, the biggest yearly increase, according to a survey by ECA International

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Tough Economic Times Making UK Overseas Property Investors More Savvy

Cashed-up overseas property investors from the UK are still active in the market despite tough economic times both at home and abroad. What has changed, however, is that they have become much more discerning.

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Where the British are Buying Investment Property

The British are indeed renowned for their penchant for purchasing investment properties outside of the British Isles, and a survey featured in The Telegraph stated that at present 430,000 properties overseas have British owners. The most popular locations are France and Spain with a 25% share. An additional 25% are located throughout Europe. 75% of homes cost less than £300,000.

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A Canadian Down Under: The Great Apartment Hunt

My first week in Sydney has gone by so quickly, it’s hard to believe I arrived seven days ago already.  To think that I am now writing in 27 degrees, it’s even harder to imagine that only 7 days ago I was up to my waist in snow.

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