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The impact of better-educated immigrants on housing

By Mike Wheatley | October 3, 2016
A new report in Bloomberg highlights one of the less noticeable, but most significant factors that’s impacting the current shortage of cheap labor, and indirectly, also affecting the shortage of affordable housing
International, Real Estate

Spanish Real Estate Agent Sees Increase in Numbers of Brits Looking to Relocate Post-Brexit

By Allison Halliday | July 9, 2016
Lucas Fox International Properties is one of the leading real estate agencies in Spain and it has registered an increase in the number of enquiries from UK-based clients. These are people who are interested in potentially relocating to Spain following the UK’s recent decision to leave the EU. Since then, the company has been contacted […]
Featured News, Home Builders/Developer's, Real Estate, US Real Estate

The impact of immigrants on U.S. housing markets

By Mike Wheatley | February 22, 2016
No matter what your stance is on immigration to the United States, there's no doubt the flow of people is having a big impact on the nation's housing markets.
International, Real Estate, US Real Estate

London Relocation Ltd wins Award for Outstanding Service

By Allison Halliday | January 21, 2013
London Relocation Ltd recently won the “Rising Star in Relocation Award” for outstanding service. The agency specializes in relocating students, individuals, families and professionals relocating to London. It is owned by Anthony Gallo, an American ex-pat who is able to empathize with the problems faced when moving to a new city.
International, US Real Estate

Recent Survey Finds Silver Surfers Represent Typical Overseas Buyer

By Allison Halliday | September 17, 2012
The survey of 1,114 respondents found 70% are aged 50 or over, and more than half were buying an overseas property with emigration or retirement in mind. Just over 40% had a property budget of between £100,000 and £199,000. As regards to financial support, nearly three quarters will rely on pensions or investments.
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