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Are You Looking For Property In France? North, South, East, West – where to look for Property in France Everyone who decides to look for property for sale in France has their own needs
Languedoc France, Living And Holiday News With summer’s arrival many people are beginning to make plans for a break away in the sun.  If your chosen country of destination is France, there can be fewer French
Loire in the centre of France For anyone wanting to enjoy the best of French splendour, style and gastronomy the Loire is a part of France that will not disappoint. Loire, as most of us think of it, is not a region of France, it is cove
What Makes France The Best Place For An Overseas Home? France remains one of the most popular countries with U.K. buyers looking to purchase a overseas homes, being second only to Spain. It is easy to explain the ongoing popularity of Spain as the climate makes it a really good desti
Buying French property Many people hold onto the dream of buying a property in France for years and years. Some of them never get around to it but spend many years
With the current uncertainty of the effects of Brexit on U.K. owners of French property we spoke to one of our recent clients who bought a house in France as a holi
Finding A French Property The start of your search to find a French property can be really exciting but may quickly turn into a daunting experience! Yes, there are
Finance Buying A Property Despite French Notaires reporting rising property prices in France, generally these price rises are most evident in towns and cities, particularly Paris, which luckily means that French rural property,
Property in Aquitaine France Aquitaine, now forming part of Nouvelle Aquitaine, is among the most diverse regions of France, with magnificent long Atlantic surfing beaches, cities such as Bordeaux and Biarritz, the largest forest in France in Les Landes, and the lovely countryside of the
Where is Dordogne, France? In January 2016 France reduced its number of administrative regions from 22 to 13. Despite this being nearly 2 years ago many of us, if not most, still refer to the areas of Fran
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