Now that the dust has settled on a manic transfer deadline day for Newcastle United, the club's new arrivals will have a chance to think about putting down their roots on Tyneside.
The club flaunted its newfound wealth responsibly in the January transfer market with a handful of shrewd signings, as well as a couple of marquee names.
Versatile defender Dan Burn and full-back Matt Targett joined Eddie Howe's side on the final day of the season, alongside Brazilian midfielder Bruno Guimaraes.
Now the three will be looking for homes in Newcastle as they make the move.
Dan Burn, a Blyth boy, will evidently know the area the best of the three.
If he's been following recent trends, the 29-year-old will be browsing properties in the Golden Triangle.
Matt Targett may have only arrived at St. James' Park on loan, but with French international Lucas Digne making himself comfortable at Villa Park, the Englishman could make a property investment in the hopes of turning his move permanent.
The land of Tyneside will be unknown territory for Bruno Guimaraes, who will likely reach out to fellow Brazilian Joelinton for some help adjusting.
Earlier this year Pat Robson explained to NewcastleWorld why these big money makers might look to the student hub of Jesmond for their new gaff.
Pat Robson Director Tim Nixon said: "Despite an enduring reputation as a student hub, there is of course a great deal more to Jesmond.
"Tucked away between Osborne Road and Jesmond Dene, the streets of Adderstone Crescent, Lindisfarne Road and Glastonbury Grove are collectively known as ‘The Golden Triangle’, and the houses there represent some of the most desirable in the city.
"These high-value homes enjoy privacy and seclusion however their super-central position, just moments from Jesmond’s famous restaurants, bars and shops ensure that residents fortunate enough to live there really do enjoy the best of both worlds."
Given that analysis, NewcastleWorld looks at three Jesmond properties that United's new signings could make their own.
Ashbourne, Jesmond Dene Road
This mansion has been on the property market for almost a year as if it's been waiting for Newcastle's new owners to bring some high earners to the area.
Ashbourne is perched right on the edge of the leafy Jesmond Dene and is touted as "one of Jesmond’s most highly regarded and individual detached residences".
It has four bedrooms and almost 3,000 square feet of internal accommodation.
Ashbourne has its own fascinating history too.
The Rightmove description reads: "Ashbourne, which is nestled on the very edge of Jesmond Dene, is thought to have been originally constructed for the Lord Mayor of Newcastle in 1934 and enjoys a fantastic plot in an extremely secluded position within Jesmond and is ideally situated at the tip of Glastonbury Grove and Jesmond Dene Road.
"This individual home, which was purchased by the current owners in 2005, has since undergone a series of modernisations and updates and now offers one of the largest, single storey living properties within central Jesmond and Gosforth."
With so much to offer, it won't be surprising to find out that the property will set you back a pretty penny.
However, agents Sanderson Young, who deal with some of the region's most rare properties, haven't disclosed the asking price online - the grand reveal only coming after application.
La Sagesse, Jesmond
This £2 million mansion has come onto the market more recently, being listed just before Christmas last year.
It's a five-bedroom property, spread across three floors with ample garden space too.
As well as the to-die-for bedrooms, there's an open plan kitchen and dining area and a lot of hosting space.
Importantly for a footballer, there's a room currently set up as a home gym too.
For any players, such as Dan Burn, who have a young family, some of the rooms are currently set up for kids.
Even if La Sagesse is above your price range, or you don't think you'll be invited over by the next owners, you can have a nosey on a virtual tour currently available on Rightmove.
Nook, Jesmond Park East
This seven-bedroom Jesmond house is fit for a King but, again, has been on the market for over a year.
The property was built around 1905 and is a detached period family home with plentiful space.
Its rooms are spread over three floors and there's a bountiful garden too.
There's the added privacy of electric gates and private parking, alongside a double garage, terraces and a summer house.
The indoor lodgings are as glamorous as you'd imagine with a £2.7 million price tag, including a grand old-fashioned entry hallway - again, you can enjoy a virtual tour on the Rightmove listing.