Even if you hardly watch Channel 5, you will have heard of Ann Maurice. The American TV presenter brought home staging to the UK with the House Doctor programme. It was so popular that House Doctor has become a trademark and a profession now.
So you’re thinking of owning a property in France? Whether this is for your own leisure or for investment, timing is on your side. It has never been so affordable to buy, interest rates fluctuate around 2.1% for a 19 year mortgage according to a recent European study.
Even if you are remotely interested with gadgets and the way that technology can enhance our daily lives, you will have heard of the CES at Las Vegas. It is a great combination: exuberant city, exuberant tech! Tech for a better world though. France is a guest of honor in 2017 with 178 start-ups presenting […]
Before we get started with the state of property in France in 2016, we would like to wish our readers, our customers and all lovers of France a very happy new year. 2016 was a year of many records on the property front and we will cover these in details below.
Thinking of owning a property in France? You are not the only one, numerous Brits consider doing so for various reasons. It could be for your own family holidays, it could be a place to retire too.
The first part of the title sounds futuristic doesn’t it? The second part not so much so, at least if you have to travel within France with an autonomous car. Back in 1907, when Henry Ford launched the chain production of his mythical T Model, he expected success. He got a landslide. The car was […]
The winter days are looming yet what is on your mind is Christmas: celebrations and presents! It means you have less budget for holidaying too.
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.
It is Christmas eve in Provence, 13 desserts have been laid out on a table covered with 3 layers of white cloth. Amongst the dishes, 3 candles are burning…beautiful set for a painting, but this is the typical dessert table for Christmas in Provence.
Christmas comes early in some part of continental Europe like Germany and Austria. They celebrate Saint Nicholas on the 6th of December.