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Latest news from France and its property market
France can be a truly magical place to spend Christmas. It is an incredibly diverse country – each region has developed its own distinct cultural character and heritage, making for a rich and varied collection of Christmas traditions.
France is well known for the complexity of its tax and administration systems, however, don’t let that put you off of buying a property in France. The tax system is not as complicated as it may at first appear. Sextant Properties explains…
Sterling spent November still mired in a range not altogether different from the one that held it in October. The four cents between €1.09 and €1.13 accounted for almost every minute of the pound’s month and €1.09 was never seriously threatened.
The controversial manner of France’s qualification for the World Cup next summer has led to an anguished debate over sport and morality, reports Paul Allen
Owners of property in France sometimes wish to make some extra cash by setting up a small business.
Property, be it at home or abroad, is probably the largest investment most people will make in their lifetime but that is exactly what it is – an investment. So what can home-owners in France can do to maximise their investment?
Many people dream of purchasing a dilapidated chateau, mill or 16th century cottage and lovingly restoring it to its former glory with style and taste.
Buying property anywhere is a complex and rather bureaucratic exercise – each country has its own unique collection of quirky customs and obscure conventions that must be
As the leaves continue to fall and the days become ever shorter and increasingly cold and miserable, the average person naturally begins to entertain thoughts of escaping the damp gloom of the UK.