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2017-2018 is the year of all success for Sextant, which was an Award Winner in the category Real Estate Agency 5-20 offices France” This prize was awarded by a jury of more than 70 professionals including 2 Lords, the Earl of Liverpool. The official announcement was made this Thursday, October 26, 2017 at the renowned […]
Chancellor Merkel secured a fourth term at the weekend; this was as experts had predicted, but they weren’t all ready for the narrow margin of her victory, or the election of nationalist candidates from the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) party into the Bundestag. The result is in contrast to the elections in Holland and France […]
Currency markets are volatile by nature and it’s hard to keep track of all the ups and downs on a daily basis. If you’re considering buying a property overseas, it may seem like an added hurdle to negotiate but working with a currency specialist can help you manage any international payments you need to make. […]
Sometimes it’s essential to get your house sold as quickly as possible. That’s why using a wealth of experience, I have put together some top tips to follow if you want to get your house sold pronto.
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.