Here the past mingles with the present, history appears on every street corner, with an impish grin. The former village of Ville l’Evêque with its tiny chapel of the Madeleine has grown and spread out without losing any of its village charm. The Élysée garden is a petite vale. Marcel Proust went to the puppet theatre at the Rond-Point. Today, you can buy statement footwear chez Louboutin, or a steak at Boucheries Nivernaises. Continue reading Elysée Madeleine Faubourg Saint-Honoré
“It is through his passion for History and the Left Bank that Andréa proposes to make you discover this very beautiful apartment place Saint Sulpice” Andréa Boström Mouls, Real Estate Agent Agence Varenne Continue reading Andréa Boström Mouls
In terms of shopping and a concentration of labels, Paris remains one of the most attractive cities in the World. Recent shopping studies conducted by Savills and Cushman & Wakefield attest to the vitality of this sector. Continue reading The Champs Elysées, one of Paris’ shopping arteries, among the most expensive in the world
Capital Gains Tax affects the sale of a property that is its owner’s principal residence. On occasion, this tax can be reduced, if not eliminated. Continue reading How do you reduce Capital Gains Tax?
It’s been over a month since the City of Paris declared war on the illegal rentals for tourists that have been flourishing in the capital. Here’s the current state of affairs on this sensitive subject. Continue reading Furnished rentals for tourists: a sensitive subject in Paris
Welcome to all that is quintessentially Parisian! The Paris that dares you to dream, to sing, to dance. The Paris that lets you step into the picture postcard and cry out “so it’s true!”. The most beautiful window displays of the luxury brands along Avenue Montaigne and Avenue George V09; the most famous street in Paris, the Champs-Elysées Continue reading The Neighbourhood of the Triangle d’or
Jelena Cvjetkovic explains why these Parisian views are perfection personified.
If the ‘City of Light’ could be distilled into one property, for me it would be this one. Located on the Ile Saint Louis on the fourth floor of a 19-century building, and priced at €3.975m, this three-bedroom apartment is full of light, which floods in through the tall, elegant, south-facing windows. Continue reading Paris, city of love
In order to secure borrower’s insurance that offers protection whilst being reasonably priced, a comparison of what is available on the market is required. Once the contract is signed, nothing is set in stone. It is still possible to switch providers during the first year. Continue reading How to successfully renegotiate your borrower’s insurance
The property tax payable annually to the Treasury by real estate owners continues to rise. A trend that started in 2008.
When buying real estate in France, the future owner receives the results of a number of technical diagnostic tests carried out on the property. What use is such information? All is explained below. Continue reading Property diagnostics: what information on your future home?