Yes the internet is a fantastic tool for house hunters – but it is still a very limited tool in France

How the world has changed; thanks to the internet it is now possible to view hundreds of houses for sale in France from the comfort of your desk in Sydney, Johannesburg, London or Singapore as is the case with many of my clients so far this year. It is a fantastically useful . . . → Read More: Yes the internet is a fantastic tool for house hunters – but it is still a very limited tool in France

The best investment you will ever make

Whatever your job and your experience, if you are honest, do you really feel qualified to find and buy a French property without some expert (and unbiased) advice? Even if you speak good French, it is probably unlikely that you have a perfect understanding of how the French property market works. There is, of . . . → Read More: The best investment you will ever make

House-hunting tips from the experts

Here are five house hunting tips from my colleagues in The French Property Finders network:

1. The internet is a handy research tool and a place to begin but there is no substitute for getting out there and viewing houses – lots of houses. Usually our property finders will view up to . . . → Read More: House-hunting tips from the experts

Finding ‘the one’

For those who missed it, here is my last article published in FrenchEntrée magazine:

Everyone has their own reason for loving France and wanting to own a piece of it but I find that most of my clients have a couple of things in common; either they are too far . . . → Read More: Finding ‘the one’