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With the strength of the pound at a high the British are looking to invest in property but this time we’ve got itchy feet and you can hardly blame us, we’re looking for sunnier shores. But we’re not looking towards the sunny Spain or scenic France; this time round we’re looking at the ‘rising stars’ (according to the Independent). We’ve delved a little further in to the rising star destinations to see what the catch is and why they’re on the up.

1.       Poland

Rynek na Starym Mie?cie we  Wroc?awiu (Main Market Square in Old Town Wroclaw)

Situated in central Europe, Poland is the first of our newly popular destinations to invest in if you’re looking to get on the property ladder abroad. But what’s so great about Poland? Brought to our attention by the Euro’s in 2012 as co-host, Poland has something for everyone, whether it’s a city location or a house on the beach.  Poland isn’t exactly the hottest destination (it actually has more climatic changes than the UK) but it does have a short hot summer and when the sun isn’t shining you can grab your skis and head to the mountains.  Fortunately for us, the house prices in Poland have been falling since 2008, which make it an ideal investment opportunity whilst the pound is strong.  Depending on the location, you are looking at around £200,000 for a four bedroom property. Not bad!

2.       Turkey


A little further away from home but a lot closer towards the equator, this means sunshine! Don’t be fooled though, Turkey isn’t just a summer holiday destination; it also happens to have snow kissed mountains in winter. Turkey boasts beautiful beaches, vast mountains and exotic cities, it’s mainly the South West coast that British tourists flock to, however house prices can be a little more pricey here than other areas. After the rising popularity of Spain, Britain’s wanted something a little more authentic, and Turkey is just that. The living costs within Turkey is 50-60% low than the living costs of the UK, leading many Britain’s to head there for their retirement years.

3.       Montenegro 


You’d be forgiven for not knowing where this country is, as it’s only very recently been brought to our property buying attention. Montenegro is situated in Southeast Europe, surrounded by Albania, Kosovo, Serbia and Bosnia. It has beautiful coastal areas however its more well known for its gorgeous mountains, stunning rivers and clear lakes. Montenegro boasts long summers with temperatures reaching way in to the 80°F. No wonder it attracted such well-established visitors as, Marilyn Monroe and Sophia Lauren back in the 1950’s and is now tempting the British in to buying. Montenegro ouses class and so do the price tags of the property here, depending on the location you wish to move to, non-waterfront apartments are in the region of £200,000. If you have the money available then this is the place to invest, expect big things from Montenegro.

Author Bio: Leah Jarratt is a regular guest writer for Axia FX, Foreign Exchange Specialists.

Picture credits: #1 plus.google.com, #2 globalsiteplans.com,  #3 colliers.com

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    July 31, 2013 at 1:47 pm
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  • MexicanDude says:

    Union repetition: ‘celebrating today in Durham’, ‘Thatcher destroyed the mines, plus they could be working today supplying coal for electricity saving the nation £billions’.

    Sorry Comrade, it had been the Unions that destroyed the mines. Idiots like Scargill and also the NUM, assisted and abetted through the relaxation from the Union movement and TUC, believed that they went the nation. They drove wages up and inflation over the top, they cut electricity supplies to advertise their crazy demands – others recall the 3 day week? – without any productivity rise, no reform along with a blatant disregard for that democratically chosen Parliament.

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    Why keep accusing Thatcher, if this was the Unions and Eco-friendly Lobby which were the assassins?

    Your ideas please.


    It had been the NUM that declined modern machinery, modern work practises, required massive pay increases that drove up inflation – together with another Unions – and declined to simply accept that competition from abroad was making coal a defunct industry, that triggered the closure from the mines.

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    Thatcher opened up to everyone the opportunity to buy their properties with discount rates and financial loans. I believe you’re confusing the ERM crash – the EU forefront runner from the Euro – within the Major Years (then one Thatcher cautioned against) with Thatcher cutting taxes, cutting waste along with a flourishing economy.

    Exactly why the final Steel Mills are now being shut lower after being re-opened up? Due to CO2 costs and EU directives.

    Exactly why the final mines are close, because there’s no interest in CO2 creating non-renewable fuels.

    eighties Thatcher fought against the Unions, the nineteen nineties Vegetables destroyed whatever remained of mining and Steel and high industry with Climatic Change Scam.


    2 from 20 were bought by Management and Employees and still open today. Wow.

    Just proves that Thatcher was 90% right and Communist/Socialist Unions were 90% wrong. Other smart, there’d become more open today underneath the charge of the employees/management.

    Actually, and that i have looked, the wages fell and the amount of miners fell, so perhaps Thatcher was 95% right.

    August 3, 2013 at 9:25 pm
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    September 1, 2013 at 8:34 am
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    September 11, 2013 at 10:53 am
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    October 7, 2013 at 1:32 am
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    November 22, 2013 at 10:32 pm
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    Thank You Danny

    November 30, 2013 at 8:52 am
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    30 K is exactly what i’ve like a deposit as needed im searching to invest around 110k maximum


    December 14, 2013 at 8:19 pm
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    December 19, 2013 at 8:08 pm
  • Alex says:

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    December 27, 2013 at 9:47 am
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    May 24, 2014 at 9:51 pm

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