if money were no option

If Money Were No Object, What Would You Buy?

Now that the new year is here, it’s time to start looking ahead to the future. What sort of life are you aspiring to provide for your family and yourself? If you want something to work towards, here is some real inspiration.

A home to call home

London is home to a great number of premium addresses, as this article in The Telegraph pointed out. Could you aspire to own a home like this in 2017? Let one of our expert team members help to broker you the right deal and make your transition as simple as possible.

The market is in a good position for those looking to expand their property portfolio and for those who would like to upgrade their existing family home. Interest rates are at an all-time low so there hasn’t been a better opportunity to buy in south west London for years.

Travel to paradise
When money is no object, a trip to one of these idylls needs to be on your bucket list. 2016 was a challenging year for a number of reasons, so take the time to visit somewhere you have never visited before and experience something new.

Want to be treated like a great Indian raj? Journey to the Lake Palace in Udaipur or the Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, India and live royally. For hassle-free travel, you can have an expert Travel Manager arrange your entire journey for you from a specialist travel management company like Simplexity Travel or Ampersand Travel.

Dinner to die for

While you’re in the mood for exclusive travel experiences, ensure you dine at one or more of the following restaurants around the world. There are few things in the world more worth spending money on than fine dining. Some fantastic examples from around the world are:

1. Masa, New York City: Guests are expected to dress casually and prepare for a 3-hour, calming dining extravaganza of fresh dishes straight from the kitchen. The menu? What menu?
2. Gordon Ramsay, London: Restaurant Gordon Ramsay has been the recipient of 3 Michelin stars since 2001. No mean feat. If you’re feeling particularly lavish, there is an £11,000 bottle of 1900 Chateau Margaux 1er cru classé on offer.
3. Sublimotion, Ibizia: This is the world’s most expensive restaurant and is described by head chef Paco Rancero as “radically different”. With 20 courses on the menu, virtual reality headsets as part of the experience, and projections are layered on all surfaces. The food is delicious, too. Watch this video to learn more.

If you have worked hard to afford the finer things in life, make sure you take the time in 2017 to really savour those special moments with your loved ones. Contact a member of our financial services team to see how we can help you achieve your financial goals.

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