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To be allowed to start a new construction site or transformation of your french house and/or ANY if its annexes (outbuilding, barn, garage, pool, veranda, garden shed, etc.), you must first obtain a building permit from…
The online system for Brits to apply for residency permits to stay in France after Brexit is now live after months and months of delays, and much frustration from british expats living in France. The application process…
The K-bis extract represents a true and up to date "identity card" for a french business registered in the Trade and Companies Register (RCS). This Kbis document can be defined as the updated civil status of companies registered…
Our comprehensive specialist French property website is packed with expert advice and money saving tips. But one of the questions that keeps coming up is the subject of taxes and purchasing fees. That’s why the team…
It’s the end of summer and time for the august bank holiday weekend (UK), usually wet and often spent to prepare to return to work and school. In France we call it ‘la rentrée’ and french media tend…
We’ve been busy, much busier than we’ve been for some time with record levels of traffic and are receiving enquiries from all over the world and for all property types from people and investors wanting to secure…
Those three words location location location have rarely been more important when it comes to house hunting in France than in the current circumstances, this is why … France is a big country, in fact it’s…
As some of us put ‘dry-January’ behind us, here comes February with it’s usual mix of longer days, lazy Six Nations rugby afternoons, snow drops popping up in the garden and Valentines day. We recently…
We hope you’ve enjoyed a relaxing Christmas holiday and are in good spirit for La Nouvelle Année. I’m sure most of you got the headline about this post; ‘ new toit’ meaning ‘new roof’…
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