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How to Buy a Chateau in France

Picture living in a home with 10 or more bedrooms, a garage large enough to fit all of your cars and toys, a freshwater swimming pool next to a pristine pool house, tennis courts and a golf course to while away a free afternoon.

Owning your own chateau is the epitome of creating a brand new, luxury lifestyle in France. Though French chateaux are most certainly exclusive, they’re not a fantasy. There are all types of chateaux available depending on your personal taste. Read on to learn what you need to know about how to buy a chateau in France.

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7 Things to Consider Before Buying a Coastal Property in France

Waking up to the Mediterranean as your backyard doesn’t have to be just a fantasy. France’s selection of seaside property spans all styles: dignified apartments in the French Riviera, secluded villas with close proximity to Cannes, pied-à-terres ideal for renting, sprawling estates with private beach access… On top of unbeatable views, luxury property upgrades range from tennis courts and in-house gyms to heated pools and cinema rooms. When buying a coastal property in France, you’re not limited by anything but your vision of a dream life.

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The Essential Guide for Moving to France (11 Things You Need To Know)

Relocating to a brand new country is exciting. Exploring a new culture, tasting new cuisines, meeting new people. Before the fun can begin, though, you’re going to have to make your way down an overwhelming, sometimes stressful path. When buying property in France and making a big move, here’s what you need to know to help things run as smoothly as possible.

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Five Tips When Buying Property in France

Looking for a property in France? Here are some tips to help you get the best deal possible when buying property in France.

It is an excellent time to be buying property in France. As prices have dropped and interest rates are still low, it is a buyer’s market and there are some attractive deals to be made. While this could be one of the most exciting purchases of your life, it is important to not get swept away with a “coup de coeur” (love at first sight) and do all you can to get the property that is right for your practical needs as well as your heart.

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