With guaranteed returns of 6%, this is a rare opportunity to own a property in a luxurious development in the heart of the Lake District of France. Continue reading Invest in France with a guaranteed 6% ROI
2021 is well underway, but what are the predictions for the real estate market after the rollercoaster ride of 2020. Continue reading Are we on the brink of Seller’s Market?
2020 was one heck of a ride, but the real estate market in the South of France stood strong. Why? Continue reading 5 reasons the Property Market withstood “Storm 2020”
With almost 20 years of experience helping buyers and sellers with their real estate projects in France, we can assure you that buying a property in France as a foreigner is easier than you may think; learn more in our latest blog post. Continue reading 5 reasons why buying property in France as a foreigner, is easier than you think.
Learn about the latest trends in the French Riviera property market, post-lockdown. Continue reading Post lockdown surge in the French Riviera property market
As we prepare for the easing of confinement and reopening of business from May 11th, we will employ various strategies to ensure the health and safety of our valued clients, colleagues and our team at Fine & Country. Continue reading Guidelines for Estate Agents in France, post Covid-19 Confinement.
If your “home” is your sanctuary, somewhere quiet and safe, then these 10 properties on the French Riviera will provide you with the escape you’re looking for. Continue reading 10 Idyllic Hideaway Homes on the French Riviera
The majority of the world is in lockdown, but we’re adapting. Learn how Fine & Country can still help you sell your home during this crisis.
Continue reading How you can help your agent sell your home during the crisis.
Why was recovery so slow after the 2008 economic crisis, and why should 2020 be different? Continue reading Why 2020 is different to 2008.
The Covid 19 Corona virus is here today, but it too shall with certainty pass away. But then what? Continue reading This too shall pass. But then what?