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Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Floor: 4th floor (elevator) Size: 107.48m2 (1,157 sq ft) Price: € 1,550,000 Located just blocks away from the Invalides, this bright and spacious 3 bedroom apartment with original parquet floors and ornate molding in a classic 19th century building, is the perfect family home. It has been completely renovated and the layout […]
One hundred years ago, a 19-year-old artist named Picasso settled into an atelier along the cobblestone streets of the 18th arrondissement in Paris. Today, Picasso’s first Montmartre workshop has been converted into an apartment and is now on the market for €1,500,000.
Normally, property in France doesn’t come cheap. But thanks to judicial reforms, there are a number of small-town courthouses priced to sell.
A flurry of articles in the French and international press (including the New York Times) created an outcry about a year ago about a crack-down by Mayor Delanoë’s office on short-term rentals of Paris apartments.
You’d like to buy property in Paris, but you’re not sure whether it’s also the right investment property. For many buyers, particularly in the most coveted neighborhoods, short-term rentals provide great income to offset costs and expenses. It’s important to understand what the key components are that create lasting value.
Bedroom: 1 Bathroom: 1 Floor: 4th floor (no elevator) Size: 45m2 (484 sq ft) Price: € 545,000 Charming 18th century fully renovated 1 bedroom apartment with exposed beams in a highly sought after neighborhood located right next door to the Louvre. The half-timber interior walls, and exposed beams are historic and in perfect condition, the stairwell has beautiful exposed stone, the […]
The assemblée générale de copropriété is the annual business meeting of the co-owners association in a building. The meeting is called by the building management company, or syndic, who also presides over the meeting.
There is no capital gains tax on the sale of a primary residence in France. For a secondary residence owned either individually or through an SCI, the amount of capital gains owed at the time of sale is determined by
A compromis de vente is a mutual obligation of the buyer (to buy) and the seller (to sell). Literally translating as “a promise to sell,” the promesse de vente is a unilateral obligation to sell. There are two substantial drawbacks to a compromis de vente:
Whether the parties sign a compromis de vente or a promesse de vente, the preliminary contract will always contain the following terms: