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French rental income is always taxable in France, even if the landlord lives outside of France. To calculate the taxable income actual property expenses are deducted from the total rental income. Deductible expenses include…
Avignon, once the Capital of the Christian world, still boasts an impressive architectural heritage that is now part of UNESCO World Heritage. Visitors flock from far and wide to discover the Palace of the Popes, the Pont…
This new blog post is all about Saint Patrick’s Day in France, and why the French love a pint a Guinness in a traditional pub with good music and company. Being a Patrick myself, I asked our reliable (and neutral)…
We've recently posted about overdue improvements made by the French government services and online systems, which prompted us to think about those who are not online or live in rural areas of France. Most people will know…
If you’re wondering how to change your name in France, you’re not alone. This is a frequently asked question for owners of British passports living in the country. There are several reasons why someone may need…
Why you should consider buying a property in Vaucluse? Considered the beating heart of Provence , Vaucluse is a French region known for its world-class heritage sites, natural beauty, food and culture. Capturing some of…
Paris à la Carte is a dedicated property finder service for professionals and families wanting to purchase real estate in one of the most iconic and dynamic capital cities in the world. In 2022 Paris retained the…
Lyon has a population of 516,000 residents with an average age of just 37 years. It is the second university town in France counting 140,000 students learning in 37 different Universities and Campuses including 20,000 from…
Located in the Vaucluse department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, the city of Avignon counts more than 91,700 residents. With it's gorgeous cobblestone lanes bordered by plane trees, it's numerous cultural…