Another holiday and rental season is fast approaching and now is the time to start thinking about all those little (or big) jobs that need doing for next season around your property.
A-tongue-in-cheek look at buying property in France without doing the research!
The impact of Brexit is now a reality but buying a second/holiday home in France will remain the dream of many British people who are fortunate enough to be able to finance such a purchase. Prestige Property Services provide expert advice on navigating the murky waters of the post-Brexit era.
Post Brexit, mid Covid or just ready to make a move?
All you need to know about how to look for a rental property in France, deposits and the documents landlords want to see.
A reader’s thoughts on choosing a property in Languedoc Roussillon, France Our experience of buying houses is that the following are worth considering as part of the buying decision. What makes a very desirable residence…
You are required by law to produce the following reports when your French property is sold. The DPE (Energy Performance Certificate) has to be provided when the property is advertised for sale.
French inheritance laws and taxes are radically different from those in the UK, US and other English-speaking countries…..
P-O Life Mag Summer is out! The paper version disappears like ‘gateaux chauds’ 🙂 so if you still haven’t managed to bag yourself a copy, try one in the following places.
In a bid to return “purchasing power” to the general public, Macron has announced that he will be abolishing taxe d’habitation for 80% of first homes in France