Brexit. New Bank Charges and Exchange Rates.

Since Brexit, the UK remains in the Single Euro Payments Area.  SEPA is a system that facilitates cross-border transfers regarding standards and protocols, but it is important to note that it does not limit bank fees. Now that the UK is out of the EU, European banks are free to set their own fees and […]

Court Ruling over Spanish Mortgages

EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE TO RULE ON SPANISH MORTGAGES TIED TO IRPH INDEX ON THE 3RD MARCH 2020 Our trusted financial advisers, Fluent Finance have written today about the imminent court ruling over Spanish Mortgages. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) is set to publish their final ruling on whether Spanish mortgages which have or […]

Further Brexit news and Exchange rates

Following the Brexit news today of a further delay, our money exchange partners, Foremost Currency Group, have shared their thoughts on the possible changes to the exchange rates. Click on the picture to hear what they are saying. For further information about the Foremost Currency Group, take a look at their page on our web-site:

Brexit and Exchange Rates

Brexit is on everybody´s mind and no matter what your opinion is, if you are buying or selling a property in the euro zone, the current situation is effecting exchange rates significantly. Our currency partner Foremost Currency group are keeping us fully informed with their informative blog. Take a look at their recent thoughts by […]