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If you are moving to France, there are a lot of things to take into consideration. One of the first things is to take into account whether or not you have sufficient money not just to move, but to live for several months in France. Even if you have a job to go to you are not going to get a pay cheque until the end of the first month, but that is the least of your problems. When you move abroad there are always things that you haven’t though about or things that crop up, which mean that you have to buy bits and pieces that you haven’t allowed for. The best advice for moving abroad, even if it is only across the Channel, is to be certain that you have enough to live on for six months. 
Moving home can be one of the most stressful things that we ever do. However, it is one thing moving across town but another moving across the country. Even more complicated is moving to another country: not only is it further away, but you are moving to somewhere with a completely different way of life. Furthermore, in some cases, you may not even speak the language! 
If you are thinking of moving to Portugal, it is a great choice for a retirement home. If you have been to the Algarve on holiday, you will know that the weather is great in the summer with temperatures reaching up to 40°C in the south, and averaging 18°C throughout the year. However, in December and January the temperature can dip below freezing in the central and northern part of the country, and even the Algarve can get a bit of frost and snow. 
If you are moving in Lancashire, call Movers International. Our name suggests that we only move people abroad, but in fact our friendly team can move you anywhere, whether it’s removals in Lancashire, just across Preston itself, or to another part of the UK. 
If you are thinking of moving to Spain, you are by no means on your own. Many Britons go to Spain for holidays and love the sunny climate, the relaxed way of life, and the fact that it is far less expensive to live there than in the UK, and decide that one day, when they retire, they will up sticks, and live there permanently. Others simply decide to go to Spain anyway and find a job when they get there. 
Many of us in the UK have been to France for a holiday, and some go there every year for a couple of weeks. It is a big country and has huge amounts of coastline, busy cities, vast rural areas, mountains, beaches, vineyards, and a great variety of different weather from the wintertime in the Alps to the constantly sunny Mediterranean coast. No wonder that quite a number of Britons decide at some point in their lives that they would love to go and live there. 
Moving home is considered to be one of the most stressful things that we ever do, and it is not surprising. This is even more the case when you have perhaps lived in your present home for many years. It is said that the average person moves every seven years, but for some people it can be much longer than that. 
If you are moving overseas, you are no longer one of the small percentage of the population. Nowadays many people move overseas for different reasons. If you are planning to move, there are a lot of things to think about and to take into consideration. 
If you are going to pack up and leave the UK and move to France, you are by no means alone. It is a very popular destination, even after Brexit, with some people heading for the Mediterranean and all the sun and wonderful weather that goes with that, while others head for one of the small villages in the Alps. Either way, there is a lot to do by way of planning for the big day. 
Although our name is Movers International, and we can move you to anywhere in the world, we know that not everyone is going to move overseas. Indeed, many people move within England or Wales, some just move across the county, and others will just move across town here in Preston. It doesn’t matter: we can take you to wherever you want to go. 
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