Investing in holiday destinations. Can you have your cake and eat it?


Date: Friday 12-04-2019
Room: 2
Time: 14:40
Duration: 40
Cost: £0.00
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It’s an enticing prospect. Own a holiday home. Rent it out when you can and use it when you can’t.

Can you really make money be doing this? How? How much can you use the property before it hurts your rentals? How does a holiday home compare with income from “pure investments”? Where works best?

... and will you still be able to do this in the EU post (yawn!) Brexit?

Guides.Global host a discussion panel plus questions

Speaker Profiles

John Howell

John Howell is the Founder and Editor of Guides.Global – a website providing written and video guides to how things really work in other countries. Boasting over 30 years of experience in dealing with international legal and property problems, he is widely recognised and respected as a leading figure – and a leading legal adviser – in the field of international property. He has written many books about the subject, including several titles in 'The Sunday Times ® Guide to buying a Property in ...' series and two 'International Law' volumes of the prestigious Butterworths Encyclopaedia of Forms & Precedents - a major text book for lawyers.

He was also the Editorial Director of OPP – the voice of the international property industry - and has appeared many times in the press and on radio and TV as an expert on international law and property.  He has also presented seminars about property investment all over the world. He was a founder member of and (for several years) a board member of AIPP (the Association of International Property Professionals).

Francine Carrel

Francine Carrel is the Assistant Editor of Guides.Global. She specialises in writing about overseas property and law, having previously been an international property reporter with OPP.

She now works with legal professionals at Guides.Global to get useful information for expats and international property investors into the public eye.