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New Zealand Expat
Top Places to visit in New Zealand for Expats
by Bishop's Move, 17 July 2019

Both parts of New Zealand (also known as Aotearoa in Maori, translated to the land of the long white cloud) are stunning and full of things to do. You could spend a month just in the North Island, to say nothing of the many locations and activities in the South. Auckland – Known as the City of Sails, it is the largest and most populated city in New Zealand, and probably where you will first...

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Moving with Pets
Moving Abroad With Your Pet
by Bishop's Move, 05 July 2019

If you are planning on moving to another country then it can be an extremely difficult process with a lot to prepare and sort out. But this can be complicated even further if you have a family pet that you want to make the move with you. But this is often a process that many people have never been through so you might be wondering whether you can bring your pet with you at all. Well, there are ...

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Scandinavia
Why Moving to Scandinavia Is Top of the List for Expats
by Bishop's Move, 02 October 2018

Traditionally, British expats have been associated with countries like Spain, with people leaving in search of warmer climates. However, a recent trend emerging has seen many more expats heading for the cold winds of Scandinavia as opposed to warm climates. Many of these expats are moving to Scandinavia with their families and it’s likely that they are leaving in search of better living ...

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Flags of Finland against the sky
The Happiest Countries in the World to Move To
by Bishop's Move, 08 August 2018

Planning an international move can be a big and stressful decision. There are all sorts of factors to take into consideration, like what you’ll do for a job, the cost of housing, and how your family will adjust to the move. What can make a huge difference, though, is knowing that the country you’re planning to move to is one of the happiest countries in the world. Did you know that ...

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Homebuyer Report
Buying a Home Advice - Types of Home Buyers Survey
by Bishop's Move, 10 May 2018

If you are thinking about buying a new home, then something that you should consider is a homebuyer survey. This isn’t something that’s compulsory and people often forget to get one done before buying a property. If you are unfamiliar with a homebuyer survey, it helps you to avoid repair costs and unexpected charges in the future. But there are different types of homebuyer surveys to ...