The recent boom in the real estate market has prompted many foreigners to invest in the property market in France. The property laws in this country are less complicated and it is also easy to get finance.
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.
After the first quarter of 2014, the Euro is still in good health. Since the beginning of 2014, the Euro zone has been enjoying an increasingly favourable economic position; inflation is currently relatively weak and the risk of deflation is still controlled by European economies through the European Central Bank (ECB).
More and more people living in the UK would like to move to France, which is one of the most popular destinations
As there are only 200 senior residences in France and one third of the French population will be over 60 by 2050 (compared to 20% nowadays) more and more property developers are starting to offer new residences for seniors.