Learn about the latest trends in the French Riviera property market, post-lockdown. Continue reading Post lockdown surge in the French Riviera property market
The French Property Market sees its 13th quarter of consecutive growth and predictions show house prices increasing by a further 3.4% in 2020. Continue reading 13th Quarter of growth for House Prices in France.
IN HIS OWN WORDS: “France is back!” Obviously, he was not referring to rugby, although that might be on the agenda for later. At 39 EMMANUEL MACRON is the youngest French president since Napoleon, and starts his tenure facing some major issues, chief amongst them are: Unemployment, Franco-German relations, Social cohesion, Brexit. (and rugby of course) He swept to the presidency out of nowhere on … Continue reading Who is this guy called Emmanuel Macron?
The French Property Market has suffered after the Security, Financial and Political turmoil in France over the last 18 months… Security was a concern in 2015 / 16 Financial markets were on a roller-coaster BIG Political question marks hung over us HOWEVER: “After a very bullish year in 2016, sales of older properties continued to rise, totalling 867,000 for the previous twelve months at the … Continue reading French Property market showing signs of recovery under Macron.
In the wake of the Brexit decision almost one week ago, many of our clients and colleagues have had a number of questions for us regarding our predictions for the Real Estate market in France. Below are the most frequently asked questions, and our comments “from on the ground”: 1.)Many buyers and sellers may think this is not the time to buy or sell because … Continue reading Post Brexit: Most frequently asked questions to French Real Estate Agents.
I like to think that every single property we take on has something truly “special” about it. Something unique, that sets it apart, and that we can get really excited about. Our first “French Riviera Property of the Week” is for the ladies, and we’re setting the bar pretty high with Number 1! “Estee Lauder” can be found in all of our cosmetics drawers. A … Continue reading French Riviera Property of the Week: “No Cosmetics Required”
危机 “The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word ‘crisis.’ One brush stroke stands for danger; the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger–but recognize the opportunity.” ― John F. Kennedy (It looks like a lot more than two strokes to me, but I wouldn’t argue with JFK. Anyway, I agree with the sentiment, Chinese brushstrokes notwithstanding.) A few … Continue reading Opportunity Knocks.