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Rental income and sales of investment property or second homes by French residents have always been subject to social security contributions (payroll taxes). The previous rate of 13.5% was raised to to 15.5% on July 1st of this year. Unlike in the United States, gains realized from the sale of a primary residence are not […]
As part of our YouTube video series, “Ask Miranda,” PPG Founder and President Miranda Bothe explains how to maximize the investment value of your vacation home in Paris.
Question: Why can’t I just search for an apartment to buy in Paris on my own? Is it necessary to use an agent?
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Paris and New York are often compared for their sought-after real estate and interesting market characteristics. But there are some startling differences as well. Navigating the real estate market as a foreign buyer can be stressful if you don’t know the ropes.
History may be repeating itself in the Paris real estate market today. At the peak of the market turmoil in 2008-2009, following the global credit crunch, sellers and buyers took a wait-and-see attitude, hoping that prices would see a marked decline. That didn’t happen,
PPG has an expansive network of real estate agents around the world, and is always plugged-into the latest news and updates from other markets. With today’s global economy, knowing how other markets are faring is important and insightful.
Paris Property Group has launched an online video series that shares insider information on how to find and buy the best property in Paris. The video series, featuring President and Founder, Miranda Bothe, is titled after the popular section of our blog “Ask Miranda.” In each video, Miranda answers one of our client’s questions, dispels a […]
Ernst & Young released a study this month surveying a significant grouping of active French real estate investors. According to the report, 77% of investors surveyed believe that France will be an attractive investment market in 2012.
One hot topic following the election of President François Hollande is his plan to impose rent controls on French apartments.