Expert Insight, Breaking News, and Insider Stories on Real Estate in Paris
Whether you happen to be visiting Paris on the 4th of July, or an American ex-pat who has settled in the City of Lights, there are plenty of ways to celebrate American Independence Day when you’re not on American soil.
Each summer, in the golden glow of the early evening light, thousands of people emerge from their apartments, dressed all in white, and head to a secret location for the picnic of all picnics.
Question: Have there been any recent changes or are any coming to the “3 percent tax”, as applied to an SCI, either with regard to the rules or the forms that must be filed each year?
Question: Hi Miranda, 1) Another American I know has an organization that helps American’s find apartments for a “finder’s fee” of 2.5 %, saying she is not a real estate agent. How do you differ?
Every summer in Paris, as soon as the weather turns nice after a harsh winter, terraces are full of patrons sipping on rosé wine, and parks are full of picnics. Here’s our round up of the events beyond the cafés that you should be sure not to miss if you’re in the City of Lights […]
Ernst & Young released a study this month surveying a significant grouping of active French real estate investors. According to the report, 77% of investors surveyed believe that France will be an attractive investment market in 2012.
One hot topic following the election of President François Hollande is his plan to impose rent controls on French apartments.
The last ten years have seen tremendous market growth in Paris, both in commercial and residential real estate. At the nadir of the market turmoil in 2008-2009, the greatest impact on Paris real estate