Is a seller liable for damages if they refuse to conclude a sale with a buyer found by their estate agent?
House prices in France appear to be resisting any major fall, but precise and reliable information continues to remain scarce.
A homeowner who complained about the noise from his neighbour's peacocks has had his case upheld in court.
The Dordogne is a department charged with history, architectural beauty and rural tranquillity, and brim full of beautiful properties that still offer great value.
The recent clarification of capital gains rules is tempting high net worth individuals back into the French property market, according to Leggett Immobilier.
The village of Eguisheim in the Haut-Rhin department of Alsace has been voted by the French as their favourite village.
House prices are continuing to fall in France, but it's the usual narrative of a very mixed picture across the country, with localised information patchy.
A new ‘gay friendly’ housing development in Languedoc for retired expats is attracting huge interest.
The compromis de vente may only be regarded as the preliminary contract, but its importance must not be underestimated, says Barbara Heslop of solicitors Heslop & Platt.
Expect to pay anything between €4,000 and €4 million a hectare for a vineyard in France!
At the crossroads of the three departments of Gironde, Dordogne and Lot-et-Garonne, the Pays Foyen offers an exceptional position alongside the River Dordogne.
In their annual review of the rural property market, the French land agency SAFER provide a glimpse into trends in house prices and international buying activity.
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