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Let property expert Phil Spencer find you a new home Down Under

by Stephanie 25/08/2010 15:17:00

Emigrating Brits could have their Australian dream
home found by property expert Phil Spencer.
(Image: Channel 4)

After the success of the first series, production company IWC Media are currently on the hunt for people willing to take part in the second series of Relocation: Phil Down Under with property guru Phil Spencer from Channel 4’s Location Location Location.

Phil will be taking his property finding and negotiating skills along with a large dose of English charm, Down Under to help emigrating Brits find their perfect home in Australia.

In each episode, Phil will be helping one British couple navigate their way through the Australian property system and negotiate the deal on their dream pad. From harbour-side homes in Sydney and Beach pads in Byron Bay to Ranches in the Outback and Retreats in the Rainforest, no property search is too daunting for Phil.

For the return of this exciting series the production company IWC Media are on the hunt for people who are looking to emigrate to Australia before the end of 2010 to take part in the show.

Participants must be available and able to buy in November or December 2010 and must have secured approval from the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB), without which you are unable to buy property in Australia.

If you have secured approval from the FIRB and would like the help of a dedicated team who will assist you find the house of your dreams follow this link and fill in the application form.

- Stephanie Bradley is Content and Communications Editor for the Australian Visa Bureau.

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