Property Letter Postscript : July 8th 2006

Posted by admin in Business, Property Investment, Property Letters, The South of France | July 10th 2006

Dear All, Somebody should go for this one! It’s that simple. Vicky and I found it yesterday, and I have been waiting for a few details to come clear before writing. If you think you can, and if it suits your needs, please get back to me right away, between Wimbledon and World Cup distractions… Read more

Property Letter: June 29th, 2006

Posted by admin in Business, Property Investment, Property Letters, The Companies, The South of France | June 30th 2006

Vicky and I will be in Cape Town for the month of August and I hope we will be able to see some of you there. Cannes is amazing this year. I suppose it is inevitable that we would feel increasingly secure in our environment, and we have been here for over four years now… Read more

Cannes Property Summary – UPDATE OCTOBER 2005

Posted by admin in Property Investment, Property Letters, The Companies, The South of France | October 3rd 2005

We continue to learn here every day: The more we learn the more we know that we have very good long term prospects in Cannes, doing exactly what we are doing, and doing it very well. Our focus from the beginning has been on properties that you and I might not necessarily buy for ourselves… Read more

Syndic & Co-Proprieties

Posted by admin in Property Investment, The Companies, The South of France | September 13th 2005

The following explains the responsibilities of the owners and elected management of a building owned jointly by individual owners of apartments within the building. French law defines in great detail both the rights of apartment owners within a Co-Propriété – a residence or immobilier or building split into separate and physically distinct apartments – as… Read more

Taxes on French Property

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Disclaimer Tax and property law are complex. Every effort has been made to offer information that is current, correct and clearly expressed. The information in this summary is however intended to be no more than a general overview of the position and certain details have been deliberately omitted. The contents of this page should not… Read more

French Taxes

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Disclaimer Tax law is complex and every effort has been made to offer information that is current, correct and clearly expressed. The information in this summary is intended to be no more than a general overview of the position and certain details have been deliberately omitted. The contents of this page should not be taken… Read more

Capital Gains on Real Estate in France

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Disclaimer: Tax law is complex and every effort has been made to offer information that is current, correct and clearly expressed. The information in this summary is intended to be no more than a general overview of the position and certain details have been deliberately omitted. The contents of this page should not be taken… Read more

Selling a property in France

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If you have decided to move and sell your present French property, this page will provide a general overview of the process and the points to bear in mind when selling. Tweet This Post

Overview: Buying a property in France

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In France, the process of buying a house, an apartment or land is regulated. Before you begin looking for the property you want to own, establish whether you have enough capital for the deposit, are able to raise the finance, pay the arrangement, transaction and legal fees and afford the monthly payment which should include… Read more

Questions on Capital Appreciation

Posted by admin in Property Investment, Property Letters, The South of France | September 12th 2005

A capital gain is the difference between the original price and the eventual sale price. The expenses of the purchase and the sale, and certain expenses incurred during the period of ownership can be deducted from the gain. Tweet This Post