The reason why people choose expatriation in France is primarily for the quality of living; and obviously, the cost of living is an important factor when it comes to a high quality lifestyle.
August 10th, 2013 | Permanent link
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Within 10 years, around 12% of the British population will retire. As shown by a study dating back to 2012, around 70% of prospective overseas buyers are aged 50 (or over) and 59% of them have already considered retirement as the purpose for their overseas property purchase.
Many people perceive France as a very safe country, where there are few crimes. That is one of the main reasons why foreigners choose to move to France or to buy a holiday home here, so that they may get the feeling of security and tranquillity.
With the summer finally coming in Europe it is time to look at some dream properties. You will find in this top 10 the best vineyards properties available in the south of France at present
Here is a selection of some of Sextant Properties finests’Mills.
Vendee – Beautiful restored windmill with gardens €192,400
of some of Sextant Properties finests'Mills.
January 17th, 2013 | Permanent link
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Do you feel like your work/life balance just isn’t working? Do you spend long hours at work and less time than you’d like with your friends and family? Read more »
November 19th, 2012 | Permanent link
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For French architecture and uncommon lovers, here is a selection of Sextant’s finest original properties fitting a wide range of budget! For French architecture and uncommon lovers, here is a selection of Sextant’s finest original properties fitting a wide range of budget!
Cap d-Agde is the number one resort of the Mediterranean coast, located in the Hérault department of the Languedoc Roussillon region. It is divided into four resorts drenched in history
Many Britons want to retire to France as it is the destination for a pension abroad. Many options are available
You have recently decided to definitely settle in France and you want to become a resident. Know that a French resident is not necessarily someone whose nationality is French