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Buying a Home in France: A Survival Handbook - Buying a Home (Paperback)
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Buying a Home in France: A Survival Handbook - Buying a Home (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 01/06/2008
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"Buying a Home in France" is essential reading for anyone planning to buy a home in France, and is designed to guide you through the property maze and save you time, trouble and money. Most importantly, it is packed with vital information to help you avoid disasters that can turn your dream home into a nightmare! Since it was first published in 1996, "Buying a Home in France" has been the best-selling and most comprehensive book about buying property in France. It contains up to twice as much information as similar books and is now printed in full colour.Quotes from readers: 'I would recommend this book to anyone considering the purchase of a French property - get it early so you do it right! 'If you're thinking about buying property in France. Hampshire is totally on target. I read his book before going through the buying process, and couldn't believe how perfectly his advice dovetailed with my actual experience.' 'This book details everything one could wish to know about buying a home in France, and also includes a vast range of other information on such things as renting property, insurance, taxation, work, and much more.' 'Thankfully, with several very helpful pieces of information from this book I am now the proud owner of a beautiful house in France. Thank God for David Hampshire!'.'We bought an apartment in Paris, using this book as a daily reference. It helped us immensely, giving us confidence in many procedures from looking for a place initially to the closing, including great information on insurance and utilities. Definitely a great source!'. 'I would highly recommend this book to anyone thinking of buying property in France. It will tell you everything you need to know to make the process as easy and painless as possible. It is also the only book I have found that is fully up to date with the latest French property regulations, Euro etc. Well worth reading.''Well worth adding to your bookshelf. I've bought 'em all but this is the one you really need. If there's any information they haven't put in this book you don't really need it!'. 'What a wonderful book! I recently purchased several books on buying a house in France but this one is by far the best. It contains absolutely everything you could need to know if you're considering taking the plunge and all in a friendly, easy to absorb format too. A real gem now that we're going ahead and buying I just wouldn't want to be without it!.

Publisher: Survival Books
ISBN: 9781905303373
Weight: 567 g
Dimensions: 210 x 148 x 20 mm
Edition: 8th Revised edition

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