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  1. felix

    French Property

    Shame this thread is so quiet. Is there no news at all?
  2. felix

    French Property

    So I was in the Cote d'Azur last week. Looked around quite a bit. The one thing that did catch my eye was that at the Pointe Croisette on the Avenue de Lerins there are many units up for sale. Does anyone have a clue what might be behind t?
  3. felix

    French Property

    Many beautiful areas in France, but to live in?! I guess only Paris and the Cote d'Azur. All the others too boring.
  4. felix

    French Property

    In two weeks time I will spend a week on the Cote d'Azur. I will do some very minor property viewing. Retirement still 10 years away, so in no hurry to buy anything. Is there anything new in particular I should pay attention to? As mentioned earlier I have a feeling that Nice itself is picking up a lot more than areas around it. I kind of want to investigate this. Something I am totally not happy about, as my own interest goes to Nice itself too.
  5. https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-23/stocks-stumble-10y-hits-2996-dollar-squeeze-accelerates
  6. You forget the most important one: Mosquitoes!
  7. "Up to 6,000 Euros, capital gains are taxed at 19%. Gains of 6,000 to 50,000 Euros and above are taxed at a rate of 21%. Gains of 50,000 and above are taxed at 23%." Imagine all those paying proper tax over their share profits of the past decade and may soon face a crash. Will they get that tax refunded?
  8. felix

    French Property

    Convenience, convenience and convenience. After I read that the happy few from Monaco likes to go out in Nice, that said it all to me. Cote d'Azur way too boring. People like to live somewhere, where they got something to do. Nice at least working on it.
  9. felix

    French Property

    Juan les Pins apart from its hair dresser Kim & Roland is crap. It is a place where people start buying when better places along the Cote d'Azur are too expensive and the other way round nobody will buy there when those better places become affordable. Similar comparison may be made between France and Spain. France is better, but if too expensive, one goes to Spain. Interest rates, yes, that is what it is all about, but .... sadly I do not think those will go up much longer.
  10. 2.91%. Slowly heading into the right direction.
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