Expatriate international health insurance customers considering relocating abroad to Australia might find it to be an easier transition than other places, especially if they are originally from the UK.
This is according to Australian Property Investor editor Eynas Brodie, who said there is "no language barrier and the cultures are in many ways similar".
People are also attracted to the country because of its pleasant weather, she continued.
It has a high amount of available land, strong business opportunities and a good education system, the expert asserted.
She claimed the nation is "politically safe" and has good opportunities for foreigners, who can borrow up to 80 per cent of a property's value to make a purchase, "just like Australians".
The most active overseas investors in residential buildings in Queensland are now South Africans, the Chinese and Brits, research from Colliers International found.
Ms Brodie stated that these individuals generally buy real estate near to transport infrastructure and universities.