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Buy in Rennes, the Heart of Brittany Rennes, a city that feels just right ... the capital of Brittany with more than 200,000 residents, Rennes is renowned for its lively and festive atmosphere while keeping alive old Breton…
This is our Essential Guide for Australian buyers wanting to buy property or invest in real estate in the main cities of France. We have witnessed an increase in interest from Australians looking to buy or invest in property…
Elected " best city to invest " by real estate specialist  SeLoger in 2019, Angers is not lacking in assets. Angers stands out for the quality of its excellent inner city transport with its tram and a large number of…
This month Beth shares a strange post Christmas holiday story and unusual tradition to kick start la nouvelle année on a high note. "Christmas carol singing in January? Unusual timing. Then again, all sorts of strange…
Dynamic Bordeaux is Great to Work and Study, and is Waiting for you. If rental investment in Bordeaux is so interesting, it is largely thanks to its economic dynamism and diversity. Thanks to the excellent demographic development…
Ameli is the online platform for the Assurance Maladie (health insurance service) or CPAM in France. To better inform you about the progress of your account and to speed up the processing of your applications, a new online…
Lyon has a population of 516,000 residents with an average age of just 37. It is the second university town in France counting 140,000 students learning in 37 different Universities and Campuses including 20,000 from overseas.…
Brexit has changed the face of buying properties abroad. Now we’re out of the European Union, retiring, working, studying and travelling to France has become more complicated, and the same applies to buying properties…
The Notaires de France have published their annual market report for 2022 and the trends for the start of 2023 (for residential sales only, not commercial or business real estate). To summarise their report, 2022 will be…
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