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President Hollande has made good on his promise to pull back on the dramatic increases in taxes imposed on property sales in France over the last two years. In releasing the details of the new plan, Budget Minister Bernard Cazeneuve cited the “perverse effects of the current system,” specifically the significant decrease in the volume […]
According to the 1st quarter 2013 results of real estate barometer Capacim, purchasing power continues to rise for households throughout Ile de France. Over half (53.7%) of them are in the position to purchase a home in one of the principal communities in the department; one-third (33.4%) could purchase that home in Paris.
This quiet sunny two bedroom apartment on the 3rd floor with elevator of a 19th century classic cut stone building is located between the Porte Maillot and the charming place St. Ferdinand in the 17th arrondissement. It benefits from principally western exposure and its position overlooking courtyards on each side provides a haven in this bustling neighborhood.
This upper Marais property benefits from its privileged position on one of the most sought after streets in the up and coming “Enfants-Rouge” neighborhood. It is this quiet patch North of rue de Bretagne, between the Marais and République, where rue Charlot is becoming more “bohemian chic” than at its origins South of rue de […]
This quiet sunny fully renovated one bedroom apartment, located in the heart of one of the most sought after areas in Paris, the historic Carré des Antiquaires in the 7th arrondissement, is on the 4th floor without elevator of a 19th century building that overlooks a cobblestone courtyard.
This charming Left Bank studio apartment on the top floor without elevator of an elegant stone and brick 1900 era building has a panoramic view and no vis à vis. It overlooks the Seine, the Right Bank, period buildings and a former private mansion, now an embassy, and its lush gardens.
The Council of Notaires releases its 2013 housing price projections and the UMP political party has some ideas on how Paris should spend the increased revenues generated from property transfer taxes.
Paris is known for its Haussmannian style apartment buildings, classic crown moldings and generally small living quarters. In the next year, this perception may change, as Paris sees the completion of over 30 brand new real estate developments. From total building refurbishments, to demolition and modern apartment construction, we have compiled the crème de la crème when […]
What could be better than living on a boat? What about living on a boat in Paris? This gorgeous, 220m2 houseboat or péniche offers the opportunity to watch life go by on the Seine river from your own terrace.
Located not far from the Bois de Boulogne and Jardin de Ranelagh in Paris’ 16th arrondissement, this one bedroom Paris apartment boasts a very rare 90m2 terrace and beautiful sunlit rooms. The 88m2 apartment is in a modern building, and is close to many of the neighborhood’s charming shops and markets.