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Another question shan I'm thinking of moving to ireland, but

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I'm thinking of moving to ireland, but am still unsure as to whether to buy out there

Hi Edward,

Your best bet is to research the sites I showed in previous conversations

IF the lifestyle is still attractive and you're able to, visit there for a holiday, find a location that appeals, then rent a holiday cottage/lodge/apartment, for at least a week

Take in the culture and lifestyle, see if still appeals

If you have a home already in the UK, it makes it more difficult, but if not, then I would rent a flat/house for a few months, see how it works out.

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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
excellent idea, hmm, where do i find holiday rentals? any ideas there!?

Ah ha, yes, I'll tell you where I rented a place from, it was a gorgeous cottage near Cork.

IT's a great site, has lots of options. :)

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
stupid card wont accept the payment, sorry
but your advice has been invaluable, looking at the site now!

That's fine, honestly

Let me know if you need further advice/options, I can reply here, but I won't be on for the rest of the night, but will be back tomorrow morning :)

Have a great evening!