Bulgarian buyers 'must follow their true desires'
Families looking to leave the UK
and buy a property in Bulgaria
have been urged to make sure they get what they really want.
A report by Quest Bulgaria
property magazine claimed that buyers often fail to voice their true desires when looking for a family home because they are concerned at what others may think.
While lists of criteria include details such as the number of bedrooms or the size of the garden, the report suggests that many are hiding what they are really thinking.
More pressing concerns, it claims, include living alongside respectful neighbours of a similar age and worries over what the property will say about their status.
"People can be judged on where they live and if status is important to you, then that should be on your must haves," the report advises.
It takes "a lot of self reflection" to ensure buyers get the family home they really want, meaning people should take careful consideration over their decision.
In an interview with the Sun last week, one British expat couple living in the country said that the friendliness of the locals and reduced cost of living made Bulgaria a welcoming place to move to.