National interest is very much focused on the outcome of this week’s UK General Election, and locally the “Corbyn effect” has been much discussed, but whatever the result the many attractions of relocating to Guernsey will remain.
My family moved to Guernsey in 2004, drawn by the safe and easy-going environment that the Island offers. We were soon enjoying the excellent work/life balance much-loved by locals. Evening rounds of golf, sunsets at Cobo Beach, the world class range of relaxed and fine dining options, all easily fitted in and around a busy family/working life.
As well as the obvious lifestyle benefits, living in Guernsey provides genuine low tax advantages, including a 20% flat rate of Income Tax and absence of Death Duties, Inheritance Tax and Capital Gains Tax – and of course no VAT. The Island is a renowned International Finance centre and knows how business works. We can put you in touch with the right professionals for advice on how best to establish you and your business on the Island.
My family moved to Guernsey in 2004, drawn by the safe and easy-going environment that the Island offers. We were soon enjoying the excellent work/life balance much-loved by locals.
There is a wide variety of traditional and contemporary homes to suit everyone’s requirements. Whether you are looking for a lock up and leave or family house we have suitable stock to meet most needs. If you would like to personally discuss Guernsey further, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me, or my colleagues Ross and Karen on the Open Market Team.
We look forward to welcoming you to Guernsey soon.