• cap dagde365There are 5 very good reasons why you should consider investing in property in France during 2019. Whether you are looking to add to your buy-to-let property portfolio or to purchase a second home; the South of France represents an exceptional opportunity. Forget Provence and Cote d'Azur, the area we are focusing on for property investment in South France is the Languedoc region.

  • Neffies village South FranceWe often get asked by clients to identify the best places to buy a house in France. It is not always easy because the property search criteria is influenced by personal choice. But I actually think that the pretty village of Neffies is a good place to buy in Southern France because it ticks a lot of boxes for property buyers.

  • places to buy property in FranceIf you are looking to buy an investment property in France in 2019 here is a list of the 10 best locations buy a house in the South of France. I have avoided Cote d'Azur and Provence and instead focused on the Languedoc region where the rental yields are still

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  • cheap property for sale france365bThis cheap property for sale in South France is a large house in the charming wine making village of Neffies near Pezenas. This charming property offers many original features and comes with wonderful panoramic views of the village and vineyards beyond. The property is available for €207,000.

  • meze366bThe 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; Meze is an old fishig village with a lovely harbour area and two sandy beaches. During 2019, I predict that Meze will fast become a French property hot spot to rival Collioure, Pezenas and Montpellier.

  • investment7If you are buying a property in France then you need to be aware of the 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 taxes.

  • property management3Buying a new build property in the South of France is a tempting proposition. With land in Languedoc still cheaper than some of its Mediterranean neighbours and plenty of houses being built, now could be the time to consider buying that villa in the South of France. With the promise of getting the house built to your exact requirements, you may think that this is the ideal solution to owning a dream house abroad. But there are some

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  • investment4With the UK and Ireland markets for buy-to-lets already saturated and the Spanish property market experiencing troubles, Investors are beginning to turn their attention to Languedoc in South of France. Here Paddy Gibbins, our resident Property Investment Specialist,

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  • x-nezignan366There are a number of reasons why the village of Nezignan l'Eveque in South France has become such a property hotspot in the last 10 years. Firstly, it is without doubt one of the prettiest villages in this part of Languedoc. With it's cicular streets surrounding the old church and its old stone buildings, it is a beautiful environment. The historic centre of the village is lovely to walk around, with many

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  • aniane366The village of Aniane, is great place to buy a house in France. This South France village is very beautiful and is served by excellent transport connections. From a property investment perspective, properties in Aniane can enjoy very good annual rental yields from summer holiday rentals, as well as long winter lets. Furthermore, with property prices in nearby Montpellier predicted to spike significantly over the next 3-5 years, the

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  • property-advice-franceThis 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 the general pattern for prospective house buyers.

  • investment5The role of a Notaire in France is often charecterised as being nothing more than a glorified tax collector. But they do provide some key services when buying a property in France. All property purchases in France must be conducted through a professionally licensed Notaire. The Notaire or Notary is a French lawyer, trained specifically in French property law. 

  • marseillan3The coastal town of Marseillan has over the last 10 years become one of the most popular places to buy a house in the Languedoc region of France. It is pretty easy to see why. It is located on the coast, it has access to some of the best beaches on the Languedoc coast, it has a beautiful harbour lined with bars and restaurants, it is well-connected to local airports, the TGV and the road network and it has all the facilities and services you

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  • 282 property 282a1A customer recently asked me for advice on where to buy a house in France. I advised him to look at one of the 5 star villages surrounding Pezenas. The reason why I call them 5 star villages is because there are 5 of them and when you highlight them on a map, they form a star pattern around the historic town of Pezenas. I also call them 5 star villages because they are simply the best villages to

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  • buy house franceIf you are looking to invest in property abroad during 2019, maybe to fund your retirement, then let me outline why I think you should consider buying a house in France. From an initial investment of €75,000-€100,000, you can own a villa in the South of France fully paid off in 15 years and what is more, when you come to retire you can pick up

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