The next French property hotspots

According to the latest Rightmove Overseas Search Report, France was the second most searched for country on the website for overseas property and the Midi-Pyrénées was the most searched for department with 43.34% of people looking for property in this region – which might explain why I am so busy right now. . . . → Read More: The next French property hotspots

Five reasons (of many) to visit Toulouse

(With thanks to Lonely Planet Guide)

 

Toulouse is one of France’s most historic and fascinating cities. Known to locals as La Ville Rose (The Pink City) after the distinctive pink stone used to construct many of its buildings, Toulouse is a cosmopolitan melting-pot that’s awash with culture, art, industry and architecture, . . . → Read More: Five reasons (of many) to visit Toulouse

The rise and rise of ski and mountain properties

Luchon in the snow

Having been lucky enough to spend Christmas and New Year on the slopes, I thought I should take a quick look at the ski property market here in the Pyrénées. While a financial avalanche threatens to engulf many property markets in the Euro zone, ski properties are bucking the . . . → Read More: The rise and rise of ski and mountain properties

The Property Market in South West France in 2012

Fresh snow on the Pyrenees in time for Christmas

 

I have just been reading through the swathe of end-of-year reports from various estate agent groups, notaire’s associations and finance companies in order to get an overall picture of how the French property market has performed in 2012. They make interesting and confusing . . . → Read More: The Property Market in South West France in 2012