The Home Hunts French Property Blog

How Do Non-EU Residents Buy a Property in France?

How Do Non-EU Residents Buy a Property in France?

Do you find yourself searching the internet and scrolling through picture after picture of stunning properties in France? Maybe you daydream about owning a top-floor apartment in the heart of Paris or a vast chateau in the peaceful countryside. You could be wishing... Read more
Travel Guide to the French Alps

Travel Guide to the French Alps

The French Alps are possibly one of the most beautiful parts of France. It is therefore no surprise that the area is a magnet for people looking to escape here for a deep breath of the rejuvenating mountain air and to indulge in a sort of nature therapy, either slow... Read more
HOW CAN HOME HUNTS HELP YOU?

HOW CAN HOME HUNTS HELP YOU?

A FEW WORDS FROM OUR CLIENT Raymond Blanc, OBE “Great customer service and attention to detail are of the highest importance to me, I am not afraid to say I am a perfectionist. From the moment I first spoke to the Home Hunts team about my search for a French property,... Read more
What is a Compromis de Vente and Why Do You Need One?

What is a Compromis de Vente and Why Do You Need One?

One of the biggest days in your life is when you buy a new home, especially if that new home is in a completely different country and signifies the start of an unfamiliar and exciting new way of life. Buying property in France is quite different from the process in... Read more
Reasons to Buy Property in Monaco

Reasons to Buy Property in Monaco

Monaco, one of the world’s most desired locations, is like something out of a dream, a movie or a fairytale. It may be small at less than one square mile, but it’s in high demand. Located between the Mediterranean Sea and the French Alps, the proximity to both the... Read more
5 Things to Do in Montpellier, France

5 Things to Do in Montpellier, France

Even though Montpellier is one of the largest cities in France, you can still explore it by foot and experience most of it over the course of a weekend. The pace of life here is slower and more relaxing than other big cities in France, but there’s still plenty to... Read more