I recently had the pleasure of meeting François Brunner & Olga Sanina, widely regarded as the best young Architects in the South of France. As an award-winning Architects who run renovation and new build construction projects across Southern France, I took the opportunity to ask Olga & François some of the typical questions that we often get asked by customers who are thinking of building a house in France.
If you are buying a property in France in 2022 then you need to be aware of the real estate taxation costs involved. Often the French property taxes can have a big hit on people's budgets. In this article, Paddy Gibbins, from Artaxa Real Estate, gives you the in's and out's of all the different French Property...
The interest rates on French Mortgages during 2021 are forecast to remain at historically low levels. With French banks also continuing to push lhome loan ending to clients (both to French nationals and to foreign investors), the French property market is forecast to stay strong through to mid-2021. Here we explain...
The coastal town of Meze is a real gem of a place to live in the South of France. Located on the shores of the Etang du Thau, a salt water lake separated from the Mediterranean sea by a thin strip of golden sand. During 2021, I predict that Meze will fast become a French property hot spot to rival Collioure, Pezenas and Montpellier.
House prices in France in 2022 are forecast to grow by +3.5%. Property prices in France have increased for the 24th consecutive Quarter, hitting an average of +5.9% in Q2 2021. Here we explain why 2022 really is becoming the best time to buy property in France and show you the best places to buy a house.
This morning I was contacted by a customer looking for advice on buying a property in South France. This is literally the email I sent to him with my thoughts on what type of properties to buy and critically where to buy in France. We do get asked these questions a lot and this particular customer has summarised...
If you are considering investing in property in South of France during 2022, our rental calculator shows that for the right property investment decision, you can expect to earn between 7-10% return annually. The rental figures combine both short summer holiday lets and long term winter rental income.
France regularly features in the Top 10 list of the best countries to move to. Here we analyse where are the 10 best places to live and work in France in 2023, covering the best French cities to work, to retire, to invest in property and the best places to study in France. We also cover the cheapest places in France to buy property.
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