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People who are looking to expatriate might want to consider Canada after on property expert has recommended the country.
A recent report from the Buy Association and the North American agency group RE/MAX noted that luxury house sales in Canada have surged over the first quarter of 2011.
While local buyers are driving a lot of this demand, "foreign investment has also augmented sales activity in several Canadian markets".
The country's ranking for quality of life, political and economic stability and the strength of its property laws are all combining to attract people from abroad, the report noted.
However, before moving, expatriate health insurance might be worth adding to the list of things to consider when relocating abroad.
This will provide some peace of mind for people, assuring them that their families will receive a high quality of healthcare should something occur in their new country of residence.
Moving abroad? Get a free quote for your international medical insurance online.
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