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Read this BEFORE buying property in IRELAND

Have you decided to purchase a property in the Republic of Ireland, either as a second home or place to live? If so, before you do anything else, read our FREE Ireland Buying Report -  It's an invaluable, no-strings-attached resource that will guide you through the buying process and help you to make a success of your purchase. In it, youll discover:

  • Why NOW is a good time to buy in Ireland
  • How to choose your ideal location
  • The different types of great value property on offer
  • How simple the Irish buying process is
  • How NOT to lose money when sending money to Ireland
  • The low ongoing costs that come with ownership
  • Why financial and tax planning is a must for everyone
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So why buy in Ireland?

The appeal is obvious. If you're looking for a home, either somewhere for holidays or somewhere to live, that's set amongst green countryside, offers a healthy, rustic lifestyle and gives access to a colourful culture and good choice of outdoor leisure pursuits, then there is little doubt that right now Ireland is hard to beat.

It may be that you have Irish parentage, grandparents or an Irish spouse, or were born there but left the country at a young age. In any of these cases, buying in Ireland will seem natural to you and hopefully, if you are in a position to buy you can benefit from today's favourable market conditions.

In preparation for a property purchase there, you might want to ask yourself the following:

  • Just how low have prices fallen after Ireland? devastating market crash?
  • Which types of property represent best value for money?
  • How could Ireland being in the Eurozone affect your buying power?
  • Is the buying process and role of estate agents similar to in the UK?
  • Does buying property incur high taxes or fees?
  • How could buying in Ireland or moving there affect your worldwide estate or tax status?

Assistance in answering all of these questions can be found in our Ireland Buying Report. Don't contemplate buying in Ireland without reading it request your FREE, no-obligation copy NOW.

Don't take our word for it, here's a happy homeowner

Steve and Sonia Clinch from Kent last year bought a property in County Leitrim - their plan is to realise a dream and open it as a B&B

We bought our large three-bedroom bungalow, which is between Fenagh and Ballinamore, in April 2011 and paid €265,000 for it says Steve, a sales manager at a forklift truck company. "Initially, towards the end of 2010, it was on the market for €370,000 but the vendor dropped the price. A new-build on an acre of land, it has geothermal heating and its own septic tank - so is more economical to run than older properties.?

We've been coming to County Leitrim for years for the coarse fishing - it offers some of the best conditions in the world. After losing a number of friends and relatives in a short space of time, Sonia and I reassessed what we wanted from life and decided our dream was to live in Ireland and earn our keep by running a small - but quality - B&B.

We don't know what it is about Leitrim and Ireland, but we've been all over the world and it's the only place we really want to be. We've talked about moving there for years and nobody ever believed we would - and look at us now!?

Have you been inspired by the Clinches story - If so, request your FREE, no obligation Ireland Buying Report NOW!

About the Ireland Buying Report

The Ireland Buying Report is produced and published by The Overseas Guides Company (OGC), a company set up in 2005 to help people buy overseas property sucessfully through a range of on-line guides and websites. Since its launch the company has become highly regarded througout the overseas property world, so that it now complements its own regular e-newsletters, websites and reports with articles written for magazines, newspapers and websites the world over. We are also quoted regularly in the national press - here are some recent examples:

"'We were pleasantly surprised that prices had dropped': Britons are back in hunt for property bargains in Florida" - Mail on Sunday

"Fancy leaving Britain for the sun? Spain still holds the key" - Daily Express

How to stay ahead of the money game - Evening Standard

We've seen it all here - amazing success stories of overseas buyers through to terrible tales of disaster. We've often find that many would-be property buyers in Ireland, or anywhere abroad for that matter, fail to get started because of the overwhelming number of considerations and risks, not to mention family and friends who are actively discouraging.

And those who do make a property purchase in Ireland often fail to effectively plan and learn enough about the full process. As a result they ultimately lose money, get stressed-out and end up with a property (or lifestyle) that is far from perfect.

There is a way, however, to make the whole process from getting started through to actually taking possession of your own French home easier, less risky and more fun. Request your FREE Ireland Buying Report today.

By requesting the free report, all you'll risk losing is the time it takes you to read through it...and chances are you'l pick up at least one tip that will make a positive difference to your Irish property purchase!

We wish you all the best with your property purchase in Ireland,

The OGC team