Over two fifths of Britons (42%) are interested in buying property abroad or moving abroad, according to new research from Bank of Scotland International.
Out of the 42% of people who would like to own property abroad, the largest proportion were based in the South East (18%), followed by the North West and London (10%.) 4% of respondents surveyed already owned property abroad. Over one quarter of these respondents were again based in the South East (28%), followed by London (15%) and Yorkshire and the Humber and West Midlands (7%).
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