How to prevent your dream move from turning into a nightmare
By Jenny Afia
Moving house, we are told, is only superseded by death and divorce in the stress stakes. Yet the headache for high-profile individuals can get a lot worse if you fail to take the issue of privacy into account.
From interior photos being splashed across the newspapers to architects proudly displaying plans of the interior on their websites, even a brilliantly executed house move risks being exploited — turning your dream move into a nightmare.
People, understandably, are upset when articles about their homes appear in the newspapers, and it’s not just the tabloids. Broadsheets can be just as guilty…
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