Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
Every newcomer should know the certain rules of renting French property – being aware of your tenant rights can protect you when renting a property in Paris or around France.
The first thing new expatriates do is look for a home. Global expat forum Expatica wants to find out who makes up this vast network of expats looking for a house to improve current housing services for internationals. Help us help you by filling out our survey and enter a draw for an Amazon voucher!
Wondering where to live in Paris? Discover the different characters of the Paris arrondissements with this handy guide.
Moving to France? Find out what you need to know before buying French property and how to find your dream home in France.
Real estate in Paris is surprisingly less expensive than you might think. Compared to other major cities—London, New York, Tokyo—it’s actually fairly cheap. There are a few reasons for this, and they all revolve around banking. [Contributed by Paris Living]
In the hunt for residential Paris real estate, there are two basic motivating factors: emotional and financial. For most, the emotional component is much stronger than the financial. For Francophiles all over the globe, a pied-à-terre in Paris is quite literally a dream. [Contributed by Paris Living]...
Whether your stay in Paris is only for a few days or several months, Paris Attitude provides a unique service to help you find the ideal furnished apartment while making you feel like a local in your new home. [Contributed by Paris Attitude]
Looking at French property for sale? Make sure you're aware of the rules of expat mortgages in France before you buy your dream French property.
We delve into the business of securing a mortgage in France and deliver the basic facts about French mortgages and buying French property.
Here are some practical tips for moving out of your apartment in France, from terminating your lease and getting your deposit back to forwarding your post.
France may have the best tenancy protection laws in the world but renters still need to exercise caution before renting a home in France.
Find a new home with a view of the Eiffel Tower or Montmartre with our guide to renting in Paris.
If you're looking to live in Paris, you'll also find beautiful towns and quiet suburbs outside Paris that offer a wider range of housing options.
Reduce the risk of legal pitfalls and bad property investments with this guide to buying property abroad.
How to find the perfect property in Paris, whether you want to live in an apartment in Paris's city centre or find a house in the quieter Parisian suburbs.