All French homeowners – including second homeowners and non-residents – must fill out a new tax declaration to determine how the property is being used. Here’s our guide on what you will need to fill out and why.
Very few people can escape the problems of the present economic climate. However, if you are thinking of buying property in France, whether as a permanent move or a second home, now may be an excellent time in which to do so, despite the difficulties we are all encountering.
Did you know the French work to live, rather than live to work? It’s one of the biggest advantages to living in France. As a country, France promotes a healthy work-life balance and actually has laws regarding weekend emailing.
A recent study carried out by real estate broker MeilleurTaux reported that it takes an approximate of 13 years and 8 months to make the purchase of your principal residence profitable, when compared with renting.
Inland lakes in France present a tranquil waterside alternative to bustling beach resorts. Many even offer their own ‘beaches’ along with some truly mesmerising mountain views. Here are four of our favourite lakes in France, along with some nearby spots to buy property.
The French mountains may be thought of as rather expensive, both for après-ski and property! However, move away from the classic resorts in the Alps and you can find some really affordable properties, all with that a more authentic French culture and lifestyle.
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