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Hotspots Index: All buyers want for Christmas is European property

All buyers want for Christmas is European property, according to new research from TheMoveChannel.com. The portal's inaugural Hotspots Index reveals that the Krakow is the most sought-after property hotspot in the world, receiving the highest number of searches in Q4 2014. Europe accounted for all of the top 10 most searched-for locations, with Portugal home to 11 of the top 50.

Christmas lights - as seen from space

If you have ever been dazzled by your neighbour's fairy lights strung up in the street, imagine how the rest of the universe feels. Now, you can, with photos from NASA revealing what Earth's Christmas lights look like from space.

UK property most popular in the world

The UK property market is now the most popular in the world, according to new research from TheMoveChannel.com. The international property portal's At a Glance infographic reveals the tiny country overtook America to make up 3 in 10 of all enquiries on the site in 2014.

Portugal's golden ticket to recovery

Portugal's property has enjoyed a strong 2014, as confidence spreads through the country. Sales have now risen for 10 months in a row, according to new figures, as Portuguese residency visas provide the market with a vital golden ticket to recovery.

Landlords confident about buy-to-let in 2015

Landlords are feeling confident about the buy-to-let sector in 2015. Rising interest rates and arrears are causes for concern, but positive sentiment is high as the private rented sector shows signs of balancing out.