Extreme lockdown in the Pyrenees; Deep Time

It seems that not everyone is fed up with lockdowns. On March 14th a team of volunteers – eight men and seven women – were sealed into a deep cave here in the Ariège for 40 days. They are part of a scientific experiment called the Deep Time project. It is . . . → Read More: Extreme lockdown in the Pyrenees; Deep Time

Latest trends in the French property market

For many buyers, it is the perfect storm in the French property market right now. There are very few houses coming onto the market for sale, everyone seems to be looking for the same type of property and travel restrictions mean that international buyers cannot even get to France to do any . . . → Read More: Latest trends in the French property market

Can I still buy a house and move to France permanently after Brexit?

Life has of course become more complicated since Brexit for British nationals living in France and for Brits wishing to move to France and live here permanently. But it is still entirely possible, there is just a bit more paperwork and a few more hoops to jump through than previously was the . . . → Read More: Can I still buy a house and move to France permanently after Brexit?

Interview: Five questions with a property finder

This is an interview I did for a magazine that might answer a few questions about using a property finder and about the Midi-Pyrenées region:

Where in the Midi-Pyrénées are you based?

I am based on the border of the Haute Garonne and the Ariège, located an hour south west . . . → Read More: Interview: Five questions with a property finder