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French Property Bargains The price of rural houses is rising relatively slowly at the moment and as property remains a buyer’s market it is not surprising to learn from Le Figaro who reported that the average French property
French Property Prices Continue To Tempt, And Not Only UK Buyers It is interesting to look at what has happened to French Property prices since President Macron took
Protect your dream when you buy a French property Buying French property is a very safe thing to do if you remember to take all the precautions you would when buying a property in the U.K. and if you remember that you are dealing with a different legal system, a differen
French Property Is Much Cheaper Then In The UK It seems that everyone now knows that French property is so much cheaper than houses in the U.K. there are many
Property For Sale In France Under 100k Once you start looking at French property for sale it all becomes incredibly tempting. There are so many lovely houses for sale, each one with something special about it and all at
Start A New Life In This Bargain French Property For Your Family Just reduced to €165,000 Do you ever feel that there might be a better way of living? Imagine moving your family to France. To a part of
Reduction of €83,000 on this amazing riverside property This elegant 5 bedroomed French Property in the Loire Vallley was built in the early 1900’s and totally revamped over the last 8 years. It has 1.5 acres of private garden with river frontage and e
An Image of Provence and Drôme Provencal France To people who don’t know France well, the image most often conjured up when anyone talks about moving to France is doubtless an image of Provence. In front of their eyes drift vivid blue skies, olive groves, lavender fields, vineyards, s
Bargain Property in Normandy France Great Value For Money Properties In Normandy, La Manche. House prices in La Manche mean there is superb
Living in Languedoc-Roussillon Languedoc-Roussillon is sometimes thought of as the poor person’s Provence but for me it has so much more to offer than simply being an imitation of its more expensive, glossy neighb