All about Selling Your Property in France

All about Selling Your Property in France The property market in France is currently buoyant where demand exceeds supply. This is particularly so in Brittany which remains one of the most popular destinations for both British and French buyers seeking an unspoilt French region. Due to the Covid-19 crisis, properties for sale in certain [...]

Guide to Buying a Property in France

Buying and selling a property in France can be quite daunting if you are not familiar with the French administrative procedures. They are rather lengthy and time consuming, hence my decision to expand on this subject with a view to help you understand the steps involved. I am well versed in this field as [...]

Brittany property market trends

The emergence of Covid 19, its accelerated growth and the strained lockdowns subjected to by urban dwellers have brought about a hike in property prices in Brittany. When the first lockdown was imminent in France, Parisians and city dwellers fled to their holiday homes in Brittany. Packed high-speed TGV trains arrived from the Paris [...]

New “countrylife” clause in purchase or rental contracts in Morbihan, Brittany

A new law has come about in the Morbihan departement of Brittany whereby house buyers will have to acknowledge a clause in their purchase contracts enabling hem to be aware that buying a home in the countryside also means tolerating and living with the possibilities of church bells ringing, chickens clucking, the smell of [...]

By |2021-03-19T12:19:09+01:00October 24th, 2020|Categories: Administrative Formalities, Brittany, House purchases, Notary|0 Comments

The Importance of Hiring a Translator

As a Translator, my first post has to be this article taken from the French Property website. It stresses the need to have a qualified Translator to assist you during meetings with Notaries, whether it is to purchase or sell a property, establishing a will or handling inheritance matters. "Notaires" or Notaries are obliged to [...]

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