Buying a House in France (Paperback)

Michael Streeter


Buying a House in France is only book with up-to-date information on the current French property market. Written by trusted property experts who live and work in France, Buying a House in France provides inside information on the up-and-coming areas in France, where the bargains are to be found as well as full coverage of the regions already popular with British buyers. Many Brits dream of buying property in France and thanks to the Eurostar and budget airlines the country is closer than ever. Buying a House in France provides everything you need to know to buy a house whether for use as a second home, weekend retreat, base while working abroad, investment or retirement home. It provides a step-by-step guide to the buying process, advice from legal and financial experts to guidance on what you can get for your money and where. This comprehensive guide includes cultural and economical information and uncovers how to find all types of property from villas and apartments to farms and vineyards. Buying a House in France also includes case studies from people who have already bought property in France with tips on how to get a bargain. Buying a House in France covers all of the essentials for buying a house in France, from raising finance and dealing with estate agents to arranging removals, getting power and water connected and dealing with builders. Buying a House in France addresses everything you're unsure of, equipping you with all the information you could ever need so that you know what to expect and how to avoid being ripped-off, helping you to get the best deal for your dream house in France.

Product Details

  • Product code: BHDPP
  • ISBN: 9781854586056
  • Publisher: Crimson Publishing
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 23.4cm x 15.7cm
  • Pages: 416
  • Publish date: 12/11/2010


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