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It is prudent, when moving abroad, to make the effort to see properties in person rather than relying on the internet. When buying, it is vital to hire an independent lawyer, with no connection to the developer or agent, who is fluent in both the local language and your own, and who is familiar with how the law relates to non-residents. Every country has different planning regulations, succession laws, and costs, so make sure you receive professional advice before making a decision.
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