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French Property Prices

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How much to offer on a French property?

Well, that depends. How much do you pay for anything? A lot of people think that property in France is as cheap as chips, and perhaps it is in very rural areas but do you really want to have a holiday home that is remote and will take you hours to drive to? When looking … Continue reading »

French Property Market Going Strong

Wondering what’s happening in the French property market? French Mortgage Direct feature in this article by Complete France.

48% of French notaries consider property prices in France stable

According to a recent study by Professeur Bernard Thion for immonot.com, 48% of French notaires consider French property prices as stable. The study mainly concentrates on the fact that 50% of French notaires believe that French property prices will decrease due to the imminent financial crisis and recent tax changes (read about changes to Capital … Continue reading »

New French Capital Gains Tax – French property owners willing to accept lower offers in a bid to avoid CGT

In a bid to help reduce its debt the French government announced at the end of August, that second home owners would no longer be exempt from Capital Gains Tax after 15 years but after 30 years. This drastic increase from 15 to 30 years is thought to be causing a buyers market as sellers … Continue reading »

French property prices still increasing – a good time to buy!

Good news for the French property market – prices are increasing! After all the doom and gloom of the UK, it is a delight to read that the French property market is making such a rapid recovery with prices increasing steadily now for the last 9 months. According to the popular private sales website www.pap.fr, … Continue reading »

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