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The Guide Fooding 2018, the annual intellectual culmination of the Fooding philosophy, is now out. With a focus on cuisine originating outside of France it reveals its top five eateries across the country, with three of them in the capital. Le Bar des Pres, 6th arrondissement  A short walk from Saint-Sulpice, in the 6th arrondissement, this is […]

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The outlook is very positive for ’ 2018’s property market, but as usual there are major changes to the laws affecting real estate. The following regulatory changes and tax reforms affecting property are important to know about. The end of the wealth tax in its current form At the end of November the National Assembly […]

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The Notaires have confirmed what numerous other outlets speculated on: in October, the the average asking price per m2 breached €9,000. What’s more, by February they are predicting the market will have reached fever pitch, with 9% growth and a price/m2 of €9,200.  Many property listings sites reported it at different points, but it’s […]

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Only 11,000 out of 100,000 short-term rental listings in the capital abide by the new measure regarding registration of properties with the local council. The other 89,000 listings are now outside of the law after it became official on December 1. The Decret Airbnb – as it has come to be known, even though Airbnb only […]

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This year has built on French property’s 2016 recovery, but what is the general picture as we head into 2018? While the nationwide picture is fragmented, high-end property in the capital is set to outshine its global competitors according to the biggest name in luxury real estate.  property price growth reached 7.8% in the […]

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has no multiple listing service (MLS) and what some might call an “every agent for himself” mentality. It can therefore be challenging to find an agent you can count on to work hard and represent your interests. Historically property sellers have given their listing to multiple agencies to ensure they reach the most buyers, […]

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Spotlight on Fractional Ownership We often hear from people who want to spend part of the year in , but their budget won’t stretch to owning a property, and they can’t get away for more than a month or two a year anyway. Fractional ownership could be the solution: a small group of owners share […]

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Agency fees in vary wildly according to recent study by a property management site, and has some of the lowest in the city. Homepilot.com, which manages property rentals in , surveyed 253 agencies in the capital to find out the average commission charged on property sales. They found a range of 3% […]

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has a wealth of vacant office property, with some estimating up to 800,000 m2 sits empty. One developer seized the initiative to create a new luxury hotel in a prime location.  Le ter was inaugurated in October and is the French capital’s latest five star hotel, adding to an already impressive roster. Lying in the […]

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The last few weeks have seen several high-profile announcements indicating has much to gain from the Brexit process. Financial institutions are ramping up plans to move workers to the French capital.  Its been a constant theme ever since June 23 last year: how much can take advantage of Brexit uncertainty to pinch business […]

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