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Despite his threat to vigorously prosecute and end short-term rentals in Paris, to date Mayor Delanoë’s office has done little more than cause a scare. Capital magazine, a Paris-based monthly, interviews Jean-Marc Agnes, President of the Association of Professionals Holiday Rentals (APLM), to get the latest

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This Australian client wanted to find a 2-bedroom pied à terre in a period building with good bones.

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The essential purchase process is divided into two stages.  First, the purchase is formalized by a preliminary contract that may be prepared by a notaire – a promesse de vente – or by an estate agent or privately between the parties – a compromis de vente. In either case, the seller is obligated to sell […]

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Agency fees are included in the advertised listing price for a property. Listing fees are ordinarily about 5%. The purchase can be structured

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Property purchase in France requires the seller to provide to the buyer the results of 6 required diagnostic examinations of the property:

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In France, no capital gains tax is paid on the sale of a primary residence. However for second homeowners big changes are looming.

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The allure of living in a Paris pied-à-terre for a week or month, and paying much less than for a hotel room, has created strong demand for vacation rentals in Paris. But its growing popularity has raised the ire of hotels and residential property owners.

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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 […]

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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.

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Normally, property in France doesn’t come cheap. But thanks to judicial reforms, there are a number of small-town courthouses priced to sell.

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