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From luxury properties in Paris’ sought after arrondissements, to ski apartments and chalets in The Alps finest resorts, Athena Advisors has a wide range of second home and investment opportunities in France’s most popular locations.
From €188,000 to €303,000
The best location in Chatel...the highest rental yields...a rare ski-in, ski-out position...dominant views over village...fantastic mortgages available...what more can we say?
From €190,748 to €502,219
Invest in a French leaseback property with guaranteed rental returns up to 4.1%, full VAT rebate and usage. These ski-in/ski-out apartments chalets enjoy a great location in Belle Plagne close to the slopes.
From €185,333 to €626,880
SPECIAL END OF SEASON OFFER! A limited offer is currently available on this great collection new build ski apartments in Sainte-Foy, the French Alps 'best kept secret'.
on: Friday 17th May 2013
Recent reports from the FNAIM (National Federation of French Real Estate Agents) have shown that property prices across France have cooled in the first quarter of 2013 following steady increases throughout the years before. However, prices the country’s core markets are holding firm.
FNAIM figures indicate that prices cooled by 2.8% in Q1 2013 compared to the previous quarter, with prices in Ile de Paris dropping by 3.3%, its first regional decline for 15 years. However, figures from the Chamber of Notaires show that prices in central Paris have been much less affected with prices only dropping by 0.7% between January and February.
on: Wednesday 8th May 2013
All major cities including Paris, Lyon, Lille, Toulouse or Nantes, and many regional cities (Rouen, Angers ...) left local property tax rates unchanged this year.
The French regions (or ‘departments’), which collect a portion of the property tax on the frame have also hit the brake pedal on taxes. 70% of them say they will not change the tax rate, according to the Assembly of the departments of France.
on: Thursday 2nd May 2013
The French government has discussed plans to accelerate the construction of housing in France which includes converting offices into housing and also accelerating the procedures for issuing construction permits.
The expedited orders will be ratified in “in the fall,” said the Minister of Housing.
on: Wednesday 24th Apr 2013
For a long time the resort of Combloux was known as nearby Megeve’s sleepy little brother and the only thing Combloux had bragging rights over its neighbour was its fantastic uninterrupted views of the majestic Mont-Blanc.
Things have changed. This once sleepy alpine resort is now brimming with activities including music and food festivals along with skiing, running and mountain biking races. Barely a few weeks go by when there isn’t something happening, as you will see from 2013’s remaining calendar of activities . And these are just a selection of what is happening in this popular alpine resort.