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IKEA bans hide-and-seek in stores

With Easter holidays upon us, what better time could be had than going to IKEA and playing hide-and-seek? The Swedish furniture giant, though, has banned the game from its stores, ending the dreams of those hoping to crouch behind a CACTACEAE potted plant for hours.

Portugal prepares for pension property buyers

Portugual is preparing for a predicted influx of property buyers when UK pensioners are allowed to withdraw their pot as a lump sum. As pension freedom day approaches, confidence in the country has reached a record high.

Hotspots Index: Rome leads European property rebound

Rome is leading the rebound in demand for European property, reveals new research from TheMoveChannel.com. The portal's latest Hotspots Index shows that the Italian capital was the most searched-for location in the world in Q1 2015, as overseas buyers flock to the continent.

2018: The next US bubble?

2018 could see the next US property bubble, according to experts. CBRE's Global Chief Economist predicts that the next downturn will occur in three years, but highlights the single family homes market as a good place to invest.

"Unprecedented" Chinese investment set to continue

Chinese investment in overseas property has reached "unprecedented" levels, according to a new report. Sales to Chinese buyers boomed in Portugal and the US in 2014. This year, agents expect sales to keep on growing.