Whether you are considering buying or selling a property of France, the likelihood of it being your first time is pretty high. In each case, there are 3 steps that are critical if you want to ensure that your transaction is a successful one.
Non exclusive sales mandates may seem appealing at first sight. Indeed, whoever is trying to sell their home will feel free to engage with as many agencies as possible.
Following the announcement last September, Sextant France were prompt to share the news even further on our website. We had won an award for Real Estate Agency France, Highly Commended! Quite an achievement as the jury consists of 70 professionals, including 2 Lords, the Earl of Liverpool and members of staff at The Telegraph.
Besides Thanksgiving, Halloween is one of these celebrations that is pictured around the world as truly American. They certainly celebrate it in style across the Atlantic.
If you are considering buying a property in France, it is very likely that you have crossed the Channel to spend some holidays there already. More than once even more likely. One of the reasons that the country remains one of the top touristic destinations in the world, if not the top.
Have you seen how low the interest rates are? On top of it the property market is well saturated, prices are going down, there are some huge bargains right now in France.
If you are lucky enough to own a property in France, or only considering one, then it is likely that you are familiar with the very topical French word: “La rentrée” – if not, well, this coincides with the end of the summer holidays.
Whether this is your first home (congratulations!) or the next property of your dreams, we know for a fact that you have numerous selection criteria in mind.
It is official! Sextant France is now an award winning estate agency. The mission of the International Property Awards organisation is to recognise excellence in the property industry worldwide.
The Summer is nearly over, kids are back to school and your holidays seem quite distant already, that is what happens when you go back to work doesn’t it?