The French Property Buyer's Handbook: Everything You Need to Know about Buying a House and Moving to France

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This essential 2nd edition takes you through all the stages of buying a house and moving to France, covering everything a non-French person needs to know about: Buying a house in France- choosing the right area- the different property styles- looking for the right property- dealing with property agents- building your own house- arranging finance for the purchase- negotiating the property transactionLiving in France- moving into your new house- getting all the paperwork right- opening bank accounts and tax- health...

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Overview

This essential 2nd edition takes you through all the stages of buying a house and moving to France, covering everything a non-French person needs to know about: Buying a house in France- choosing the right area- the different property styles- looking for the right property- dealing with property agents- building your own house- arranging finance for the purchase- negotiating the property transactionLiving in France- moving into your new house- getting all the paperwork right- opening bank accounts and tax- health and the French social security system- running a gite business- finding a job or starting a business in FrancePlus hundreds of tips and lots of advice on all those small matters that are key to making your purchase in France a success.All this is explained in straight-forward language, supported by a wealth of tables, contact details for further information, and many case studies of people who have bought property in France.Is this book for you?The book is for anyone looking to buy a property in France to use as a holiday home, to work from, or to start a new life abroad.It can be used as an active reference guide when "on the ground" in France, getting up early for that 8am appointment with an immobilier. But can also be used by people thinking about moving to France in the future, but who are not quite ready to make the move yet. This book highlights all the issues that you need to consider.

This essential 2nd edition takes you through all the stages of buying a house and moving to France, covering everything a non-French person needs to know about: Buying a house in France- choosing the right area- the different property styles- looking for the right property- dealing with property agents- building your own house- arranging finance for the purchase- negotiating the property transaction Living in France- moving into your new house- getting all the paperwork right- opening bank accounts and tax- health and the French social security system- running a gite business- finding a job or starting a business in France Plus hundreds of tips and lots of advice on all those small matters that are key to making your purchase in France a success.All this is explained in straight-forward language, supported by a wealth of tables, contact details for further information, and many case studies of people who have bought property in France.Is this book for you?The book is for anyone looking to buy a property in France to use as a holiday home, to work from, or to start a new life abroad.It can be used as an active reference guide when "on the ground" in France, getting up early for that 8am appointment with an immobilizer. But can also be used by people thinking about moving to France in the future, but who are not quite ready to make the move yet. This book highlights all the issues that you need to consider.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781897597736
  • Publisher: Harriman House Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/1/2006
  • Edition description: 2nd ed.
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 415
  • Product dimensions: 6.32 (w) x 9.18 (h) x 1.19 (d)

Meet the Author

Natalie Avella is a prolific design writer who has worked for Village Voice and Graphics International in New York. The author of Graphic Japan for RotoVision, she lives in London, UK.

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