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Baron Haussmann and the Transformation of Paris • Paris Property Group

Bonjour! Baron Haussmann, the man responsible for the transformation of the capital city into the magnificent “City of Light” that we all know and love to visit.

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Bonjour! We could not resist a leisurely walk through the most beautiful sections of the “City of Light” to promenade down the world’s most elegant avenue: the Champs-Elysées. 

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  Bonjour! Let’s share a visit to a Parisian neighborhood, one particularly picturesque and charming. Far more than a just a district, this small village in the heart of the big city is an oasis of peace, that has kept its soul of long ago, and its bohemian spirit: Montmartre.

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Bonjour! Let’s take a stroll through central Paris. We will follow the Seine River as it winds it way through the capital city for more than 14 kilometers, and remember some of the most distinctive of the 33 bridges that cross it.

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A poll on Figaro Immobilier yesterday asked readers to cast their vote on whether or not the Mairie de Paris (Paris City Hall) is right to want to limit the number of furnished apartment rentals in Paris.  This topic is hot in the press right at the moment,

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Your apartment in Paris is a big investment.  Focusing on a few key details can help maximize your return when it’s time to sell.  Setting a high, but attainable price is a good first step that will help your property to go quickly with a flurry of bidders.  Taking steps to minimize your capital gains […]

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A new law enacted July 2011 significantly alters existing tax and trust rules in France. The new law affects the wealth tax, gifts and inheritances and trusts beginning in 2012, and in some cases is applied retroactively. Tax will now be imposed on all wealth in France over

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Having the right information and choosing the right ownership structure can be key to maximizing the potential of your property investment.

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Property owners who spend less than 184 days a year in France and do not pay income taxes in France are considered “non-resident.” Non-resident owners are expected to:

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Prior to the signing of the final purchase agreement, the notaire will send the buyer a completion statement

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