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Buying a piece of the common area in your Paris building is a great way to enhance your living space and add to your property’s value. So: why not buy your building’s rooftop? In a copropriété, or co-owned building, the roof, hallways, façades, terraces, landings, etc belong to the building and are thus jointly owned by […]
In August, we reported on the much-welcomed tax relief on real estate sales, which was immediately applied to any sale finalized after September 1, 2013. The changes were intended to offset the government’s wholesale revision of the capital gains tax laws in 2012, which had discouraged property owners from selling and thus significantly curbed the […]
The first in a series by our colleague, real estate developer and designer Laura Sanders, who handles fractional ownership for Paris Property Group. In these posts, she tells us about buying her apartment in the Marais and the renovation challenges it posed. After making the decision to raid your savings and buy an apartment in […]
Following the trend throughout France, real estate prices are dipping slightly in almost every Paris arrondissement. This presents some great opportunities for buyers. Weekly news magazine l’Express questioned agents in each arrondissement to get their view of market trends.
One of our most sought-after fractional ownership properties located in the heart of the Marais now has one last share available. The 800 square foot (75 m2) apartment consists of two bedrooms, a gorgeous dine-in kitchen, beautiful interior décor, and most importantly- a sunny terrace in the back overlooking green space. A rare gem in […]
Located on the first floor (American 2nd) of a charming 18th century building in Marais style, this 807 square foot 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment features a private terrace on a secluded courtyard. Nestled in the heart of the historic Marais, just a stone’s throw from the magnificent Place de Vosges, the apartment at rue Malher is […]
Question: What do you think is a reasonable price for a fractional? That is, if you think the true market price of a property is 500.000 euros, what would be a reasonable price for a 1/13th ownership? Would it make a difference if the months are fixed?