Monday, September 13, 2010

Why would you, sounds like more trouble than it’s worth

Property in France: buying a holiday home in Provence

I thought Provence was so yesterday, Brits buying overpriced property and hated by the locals, bit like Londoners in Cornwall but in France.

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4 thoughts on “Why would you, sounds like more trouble than it’s worth

  • got to fill the pages though ….

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  • Nobody wears the clothes in the Fashion section of the paper either. People like to read and dream.

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  • Typical vi in this article, going on about how great things are. If you listened to estate agents alone, you would think the recession never happened. I remember one, based in Windsor, telling me in mid 2008, that the market was continuing to rise and I had better be quick etc etc.
    Liars every single one of them.

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  • This business of buying a house in rural France seems dubious to me. From what I gather, the crims will break in and clean places out. After you replace everything, they do it again. After that you have no insurance and the place may become difficult to sell.

    Stir in an illiquid asset, add a highly volatile forex situation and simmer gently for years!

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