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Keeping a home in the UK makes sense if you are moving abroad as an expat for lots of reasons.
Ever increasing property prices make homes in the UK a good buy to let investment that generates an income, while having a bricks-and-mortar bolt-hole if you need to return at short notice gives peace of mind.
British expats love affair with property in Spain started in the 70s and we started laying claim to property in the 80s. In fact, we’ve never really stopped buying property in Spain since.
Who hasn’t suffered a tinge of jealousy while watching A Place In The Sun on TV and longing to switch places with the singles and couples buying property in Spain?
Buying property abroad for expats is a lot different from taking on a home in the UK.
In many places, the property market follows different rules and some countries even ban foreigners from buying land or a home.