A recently published study from the French national statistical office provides an interesting portrait of the British who live in France.
In most areas of France too many new homes are being built, at the expense of the existing stock, claims a government report.
The village of Hunspach in the Bas-Rhin department of the Grand Est region has been voted best village in France this year.
The division of ownership of property between lifetime use and bare ownership is an obstacle to the seizure of property, a French court has ruled.
Vineyard prices remained broadly stable last year, averaging €148K per hectare for AOP vineyards, but it's a market where few generalisations are possible.
Service charges in apartments rose by an average of 2% last year, to reach an average of €51m2 pa, but with significant variations.
The average sale price of a rural French property rose by 1.8% last year to €171,000, but over the past three years in most departments prices have either remained stable or have fallen.
Estate agents in France are reporting substantial interest from British buyers, but with the lockdown having been eased, French nationals are also flooding into the market.
Who gets the interest earned on client funds held by a notaire?
What are the regulations in France concerning the burning of garden waste?
Is it possible to get around the right of pre-emption held by SAFER, the French agricultural land agency, over rural land and property?
The notaires have recently published their figures for the movement in house prices for 2019, for each department of France.
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