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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