All posts tagged "Sponsors"

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    We ♥ N.Y.

    Frenetic, beautiful New York still thrills the senses and moves the heart. Who could fail to love a city that’s such a work of art, asks Fleur Kinson. With fifty million visitors descending on the city every...

    • Posted January 20, 2014
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    Perfect Algarve

    An ideal residential resort, Quinta do Lago combines exclusive luxury with a stunning location. Fleur Kinson considers its latest enticing development, San Lorenzo North. Over the past forty years, Quinta do Lago has firmly established itself as...

    • Posted January 20, 2014
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    Great Brittany

    France’s northwest corner is an atmospheric Celtic charmer, with a dramatic coastline wrapped by the wild Atlantic. The region is hugely popular with British homebuyers. Fleur Kinson tells you where and what to buy. It various islands...

    • Posted January 20, 2014
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    High Times for Istanbul

    Turkey’s biggest city has been flourishing lately, with property values climbing year-on-year. A booming economy, slick new developments and an insatiable appetite for homes suggest the ascent will continue. Fleur Kinson recommends investing in Istanbul. Parts of...

    • Posted January 20, 2014
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    The Big South

    Greece has thousands of islands and a mind-boggling number of beaches. It also has appealingly low property prices. Fleur Kinson heads south to the country’s largest island, Crete. A nation of islands sprawling out from a wriggly-edged...

    • Posted January 20, 2014
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    Still Sunny in Malta

    Little Malta has weathered the recent economic storm much better than many EU nations, and the current outlook for its property market is bright. Martin Jansson explores a contented island. Prior to the international financial crisis, Malta’s...

    • Posted January 20, 2014
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    Venice Light and Dark

    Crowded, expensive, decaying and flood-prone, Venice still manages to be the world’s most beautiful city. And it’s even lovelier in winter gloom than summer sun. Fleur Kinson muses on the capital of paradoxes. As we begin to...

    • Posted November 22, 2013
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    Bladerunner

    Long-distance ice-skating is the ideal way to explore Finland’s magical winter landscapes. Fleur Kinson tries out the new sport of ‘tour-skating’. I’m sitting on the plush fur of a reindeer pelt draped over a bench on a...

    • Posted November 22, 2013
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    Home Truths

    China’s eerie ‘ghost cities’ have 60 million uninhabited apartments. Good future planning or property bubbles about to burst? Fleur Kinson looks at China’s breakneck-speed urbanisation. While the 20th was ‘the American century’, the 21st is expected to...

    • Posted November 22, 2013
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    Ripe Time for Spain

    Property prices are extremely favourable in Spain right now, and the market is on your side. Martin Jansson tells you how to make the most of the moment. Ten years ago it was quite expensive to buy...

    • Posted November 22, 2013
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