Greece's Finance Minister has resigned, following a "no" vote in the country's referendum on EU financial proposals. Does that make a Grexit more likely? And will overseas buyers keep saying "yes" to its property?
With Wimbledon in full swing once more, homeowners around the UK will be dreaming of having their own tennis court in the garden. To serve up some inspiration, we take a look at some of the more outlandish options around. From rooftops to underwater, here are the world's weirdest tennis courts.
Spain reigns but investors were mainly on the plane out of Europe in June, according to TheMoveChannel.com's new research. The portal's latest Top of the Props report shows that Spanish property is now the most sought-after in the world, despite falling demand for other European destinations, as concerns surrounding the Greek bailout crisis spread.