French Property Blog and News

We’re not too sure why, but shortly after the clocks changed and the nights start drawing in, we’re still full of energy. We’ve come to Perpignan for the weekend and we can’t seem to sit still! We’ve…
Today’s postcard comes from Béziers in the Hérault. A town with a population of around 70,000 it lies snuggled between the Mediterranean and the mountains. This is a completely stunning part of the world…
Today’s postcard comes from Avranches, right next to Mont Saint-Michel in the Manche department of lower Normandy . Avranches is a small town completely steeped in history and only a stone’s throw from the stunning…
It’s fair to say that here in the UK we’ve had a superb summer. It kind of took us by surprise, but we have certainly enjoyed it and most of us seem to have made the most of it. In fact, going by the weather…
France is still one of the most popular overseas destinations for buy to let investors. But in this new social world how much does ‘being social’ play in the success of your buy-to-let business? Maria and Andy…
In this week’s article, we’d like to share with you 10 things you can do to make sure you integrate well into your new life in France. No matter what age you are, no matter what your family situation, there are…
The Loire Valley is a part of France that abounds in chateaux, impressive manor houses , cathedrals and superb landscapes. The Loire River of course is the element that pulls this whole neck of the woods together and is…
Notaires in France are important people, while their role is steeped in legal matters, he or she is different to a solicitor. Commonly charged with drawing up contracts between parties, you may find yourself in need to visit…
This week our my-french-house.com postcard comes from Burgundy, which once was better know as the valley of the kings. A part of France that’s renowned around the globe for its wines, Burgundy is steeped in history…