A PLACE in the Sun presenter Jasmine Harman apologised to ‘miserable’ buyers after ‘sabotaging’ their property hunt and causing a row.
Thursday’s edition of the Channel 4 show saw Carol and her daughter-in-law Donna searching for a family holiday home in Lanzarote.
Carol had a budget of £150,000 and Jasmine admitted it was a tight one to find the two bedroom property with space for the family that they wanted.
The first two properties didn’t tick the boxes for the pair, but they really liked the third property, a penthouse two-bedroom apartment with a large terrace and nice views.
However, it was 30 mins walk outside of the main resort and Donna hoped they could find something closer, which they did once Carol added an extra £10,000 to her budget mid-way
A PLACE in the Sun buyer broke down in tears just minutes into a property search – leaving her husband ‘lost for words’.
Her emotional reaction came as the show’s host Scarlette Douglas worked her magic to find the couple their dream holiday home in Cyprus.
Londoners Taz and Tracy joined Scarlette in their search for a one-bedroom property with a budget of £60,000.
Their requirements included amazing views, a pool and a balcony, as well as being close to the beach and local amenities.
Taz, whose family are from Cyprus, had explained he wanted to move there permanently with his wife Tracy.
And as Scarlette introduced them to the very first property in Protaras, it was clear they were impressed.
This isn’t about you, Northern Virginia. On second thought, maybe it is. We must be going. Not right now, but when we retire.
My wife and I have found a lot to like about our bedroom community near Washington, D.C. Access to the best of the arts, the soulful vibe of the city, professional sports and the historical sites make my heart sing. Point the car west and we can be in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains in 45 minutes, or on Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park in not much longer.
But as we approach retirement, we have to look at whether it makes financial or lifestyle sense to continue living in busy Northern Virginia after we retire. For us, it just doesn’t. In pre-pandemic times, traffic was always nightmarish—and, due to construction of even more federal government buildings a mile from our house, it was getting
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