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INTERNATIONAL PRIME PROPERTIES: ISSUE 2 OUT NOW!

The winter edition of International Prime Properties, issue two of the new luxury magazine dedicated to showcasing the finest properties around the world, is out today. With plenty of expert advice on everything from the Brexit effect to fractional ownership and smart property tax solutions, as well as the hottest places to buy across the globe and interiors inspiration, International Prime Properties is a must-read for anybody with an interest in the international property market.

Here, Editor Vicky Mayer, gives us an insight into what to expect in this issue… 

One of the best things about choosing a prime property as a second (or even third) home is the sheer choice that’s on offer. Not so long ago you’d simply choose a location you loved, take a couple of weeks off to go house hunting and buy the home of your dreams. But times have changed and so too is what’s available – period or new? With or without facilities? Classic location or somewhere in an emerging hotspot?

Whilst having a choice is great, if you’re not careful you can end up even more confused than when you first started. But we’re here to help – in this, the second issue of International Prime Properties, we talk to the property experts to discover the latest trends in luxury global living. From resorts that cater for all ages to houses that give you a great return on your investment and the return of urban party pads, it’s a fascinating read.

Elsewhere we discover how even with the threat of Brexit, France and Spain have bounced back this year with both countries bringing in the buyers. This issue is packed full of amazing dream homes from Marbella to Miami and beyond. My fantasy buy is this amazing Spanish villa in Puerto Banus, complete with six bedrooms, a staff apartment plus a magnificent private pool and outdoor cinema. Dreams are made of this…

 

Find International Prime Properties on newsstands now, priced £4.99

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