Do you have a dream of changing your life drastically, whatever that entails, and moving to France?
Maybe you’re there already. Or maybe you want to make this drastic change for only two months, or even two days. Hotels can get very expensive when you are staying for longer periods of time. To keep it simple: let’s say you want to buy a house in France.
You have come to the right place already!
At Cle France you have a vast choice in one place and:
NO HIDDEN FEES: The price you pay is the same as anyone walking through the door of our agency in France, same as the price paid by the French buyer.
All quoted prices are INCLUSIVE OF AGENCY FEES (FAI): with Notaire's fees to be added (these average 7% to 8%).
OUR AGENTS: are all registered and insured in France, they are holders of the 'carte professionnelle'as required by French law.
So when you buy through Clé France: you have the benefit of a bi-lingual support team & can be confident that you are paying no more than the standard commission rates you would pay anyway.
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Here’s a list of vocabulary that will help you in France during a viewing trip, although our agents speak English:
Immobilier - Estate Agency
les pièces — rooms (the French don’t use the number of bedrooms as a reference for the capacity of an apartment or house, but rather they count based on the number of livable rooms, excluding bathrooms and the kitchen)
le loyer — rent
location — rental
la surface — the square footage; area
la maison — house
l’appartement — apartment
le terrain — land
le prêt immobilier — real estate loan, or mortgage
l’impôt immobilier — real estate tax
l’agent immobilier — real estate agent
l’agence immobilier — real estate agency
louer — to rent
acheter — to buy
le bâtiment — the building
le bailleur — the landlord
le bail — the lease
charges (non) comprises — charges (not) included
commission (non) comprise — commission (not) included
le dépôt de garantie — security deposit
meublé — furnished
le propriétaire — the owner
Hope these few words help a little.
Blog submitted by: Alex at The French Property Network - Cle France.
This blog was originally posted on The French Language Blog pages.