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Finca as permanent address?

Finca as permanent address?

Old Jul 6th 2015, 8:41 am
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Default Re: Finca as permanent address?

Originally Posted by magnification View Post
Am currently living & working in a hot country outside Europe. If I returned to UK, I may not easily get a council place, cannot access UK services for 3 months, so was wondering whether a finca was an option - warm weather, part time work, cheap living.
The last thing the UK needs is people returning for benefits, so why don't you want to work in the UK? Spain is certainly not the cheapest option and even there you have the usual bills. You'll also not find any work where fincas cost 10K and even Spain can get cold in winter, especially if you're living in a very old building without central heating etc.
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