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.
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.
In 2013, Sextant launched its network of independent estate agents and it has proven to be a very successful model as they have now 85 agents registered with them, offering more than 4,000 French properties for sale.
The opening ceremony of the 20th edition of the World Cup will take place in a few hours. The beautiful spirit of Brazilian carnivals is known all over the world; we can all expect unforgettable memories.
Only a month after the increase in transfer duties(taxes collected by a notary on behalf of the French State during the registration of a property sale)in some departments, a new reform to reduce the notary fees is being considered by the French Council of Ministers.
Sextant on the lookout for technological innovations with “The Drone”
2014: A healthy year for the French property industry The property industry has known rough days over the last seven years; the International financial and economic crises have damaged the worldwide property market. The year 2014 is currently foreseen as an opportune year within the property industry, especially for the French market if we compare […]
Owning a second home in France has always been a lifetime dream for many expatriates.
Standard & Poor’s saw it coming ; in the beginning of the year 2013,