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Buying A House In France 2009

Author : André De Vries
ISBN : 1854584456
Genre : Business & Economics
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The only annually updated guide to buying property in France, Buying a House in France 2009 gives inside information on the up-and-coming areas in France, where the bargains are to be found as well as full coverage of the regions already popular with British buyers. Many Brits dream of buying property in France and thanks to Eurostar and budget airlines the country is now closer than ever. This guide provides everything you need to know buy a house whether for use as a second home, weekend retreat, base while working abroad, investment or retirement home. It provides a step-by-step guide to the buying process, advice from legal and financial experts to guidance on what you can get for your money and where. This comprehensive guide includes cultural and economical information and uncovers how to find all types of property from villas and apartments to farms and vineyards. It also includes case studies from people who have already bought property in France with tips on how to get a bargain. It covers all of the essentials, from raising finance and dealing with estate agents to arranging removals, getting power and water connected and dealing with builders. This thorough guide addresses everything you’re unsure of, equipping you with all the information you could ever need so that you know what to expect and how to avoid being ripped-off, helping you to get the best deal for your dream house in France.
Category: Business & Economics

Buying Property In France

Author : Clive Kristen
ISBN : 9781783332915
Genre : House & Home
File Size : 88.86 MB
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Straightforward, practical and independent advice on a broad range of subjects related to French property, based on my own personal experience. This includes choices about buying and renting, the costs and intricacies of the legal processes, and how to avoid some of the pitfalls.
Category: House & Home

Andrea Robinson S 2008 Wine Buying Guide For Everyone

Author : Andrea Robinson
ISBN : 0977103226
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 78.77 MB
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Dispensing with the obscure and hard-to-find wines covered by so many critics and wine guides, Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson showcases the most popular and available wines in stores and restaurants. Her tasting notes and reviews include popular ratings from consumers and experts who contribute reviews on her website, www.andreawine.com. In addition to ratings of more than 800 wines, the book is packed with quick-reference tools including Best-Of lists of the top-scoring wines in each grape and style, Cuisine Complements wine and food pairing suggestions, an invaluable restaurant wine list decoder, and a mini-course to get readers quickly up to speed on wine basics. It’s all in a fun-to-read, handy pocket-purse-glovebox-sized format.
Category: Cooking

The Border Multiple

Author : Dorte Jagetic Andersen
ISBN : 9781317040095
Genre : Political Science
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Addressing and conceptualizing the changing character of borders in contemporary Europe, this book examines developments occurring in the light of European integration processes and an on-going tightening of Europe's external borders. Moreover, the book suggests new ways of investigating the nature of European borders by looking at border practices in the light of the mobility turn, and thus as dynamic, multiple, diverse and best expressed in everyday experiences of people living at and with borders, rather than focusing on static territorial divisions between states and regions at geopolitical level. It provides border scholars and researchers as well as policymakers with new empirical and theoretical evidence on the de- and re-bordering processes going on in diverse border regions in Europe, both within and outside of the EU.
Category: Political Science

Buying A Property In Portugal

Author : Sue Tyson-Ward
ISBN : 1857038894
Genre : Home ownership
File Size : 90.52 MB
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Around 50,000 British people buy second homes abroad each year. Among the popular destinations are France, Spain, Italy and Portugal. This book on buying a property in Portugal has been written by someone who has already done it themselves. Use their experience to learn about the mistakes you can avoid.
Category: Home ownership

Consumer Western Europe 2007 2008

Author :
ISBN : 1842644343
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 69.83 MB
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Helps you understand consumer markets in Western Europe. This statistical handbook presents market size data for over 330 products in 17 European countries over a six year time period (2000-2006).
Category: Business & Economics

A Guide To Buying Property Abroad

Author : Steven Packer
ISBN : 1847160689
Genre : British property
File Size : 47.66 MB
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Clear, easy-to-use guide aimed at individuals and property investors outlining the processes involved in investing in property overseas. It will prove invaluable to all who are considering travelling abroad and investing in the property markets in Europe and beyond.
Category: British property

Buying A Home In France

Author : David Hampshire
ISBN : 1905303378
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 78.44 MB
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Written in an entertaining style with a touch of humour, Buying a Home in France covers everything a prospective buyer could wish to know including buying for investment or pleasure, the best places to live, finding your dream home, money matters, the purchase procedure, moving house, taxation, insurance, letting and much, much more. It is packed with vital information and insider tips to help readers avoid disasters that can turn their dream home into a nightmare. Buying a Home in France is essential reading for anyone planning to buy a home in France, designed to guide readers through the property maze and save them time, trouble and money! Now printed in full color.
Category: Business & Economics

A Farm In Normandy And The Return To The Farm

Author : Mrs Robert Henrey
ISBN : 9781443721288
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A FARM IN NORMANDY AND THE RETURN TO THE FARM by MRS ROBERT HENREY. A Farm in Normandy and The Return to the Farm are here published in one volume. The first was written after my flight from France in 1940 the second in the full joy of my reunion with my mother and the Norman soil at the end of the war. Originally pro duced under the pseudonym Robert Henrey they now appear in feminine form to take their rightful pkce amongst my other works. MADELEINE HENREY. LONDON. A FARM IN NORMANDY. The characters in this autobiography are real people, each bearing bis or her own name. I HAD often wished to buy a house in France It nearly happened at Christmas during a weeks holiday at Monte Carlo. One morning we had climbed up to La Turbie perched high above the principality and followed the road that is built in the flank of the mountain and leads to Mentone. Suddenly we came upon a house with a red roof and blue shutters clinging like a toy to the rock. But it was not the house that I noticed first. Tangerine-trees dipped their golden fruit over the side of the low white wall. I wanted that place the moment I saw it. I wanted it for the birds-eye view over Monte Carlo and away over the deep blue Mediterranean that I would have had at breakfast while drinking my coffee on the terrace under the multi-coloured sunshade. We were greeted by the barking of a dog and the smile of a woman in the early fifties, whose lips were scarlet and whose hair was dyed the colour of golden com. She must have been pretty in her youth, and from her conversation, studded with quotations from Racine, we guessed that she was an actress. She explained Im obliged to sell this house, as well as my flat in Paris family troubles, dont you knowl We visited the rooms and inspected the garden, built in twenty or more tiers against the flank of the mountain, each bordered with olive-and eucalyptus-trees and trellised vines, aad at the end of each tier was a tap with a hose in order to water morning and night. I then owned, and I was ready to spend all this money, the total savings of a young married woman, on this Paradise, if the price was within my means. How much I asked breathlessly. Didnt the estate agent tell you she queried. Fm asking 100,000 francs I made a rapid calculation, and it seemed to me that at the rate of exchange I would even have a trifle to spare. I was yet to learn that French law called for a state purchase tax of nearly thirty per cent. For the next three days I interviewed lawyers and bank managers in an attempt to deal, but in the end I discovered that I had not quite enough, and this flaxen-haired woman proved hard when it came to splitting francs. I went back to the house each day for the remainder of the week, and each time gazed across the bay towards Italy, dreaming that the place was mine We left Monte Carlo without buying the house, and for the first few weeks I often thought of the terraced garden and the exotic flowers that grew so easily in the torrid sunshine and, closing my eyes, I could see again the tangerines that were there for the picking, and the little white garage on the other side of the road, set like a jewel in a lemon grove. But as time went on I forgot the house, only to realize how unwise I would have been to sink all my savings in a place over twenty hours by train from London. The winter passed and spring came, and at Whitsun my mind had unconsciously worked out another plan. It was not only distance that had blunted my regret for the house at Roquebtune. I dreamed of being a young woman with a faarn of her own. I needed an orchard, a kitchen garden, cows, and chickens....
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Times Index

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ISBN : UOM:39015079787936
Genre : Newspapers
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Indexes the Times and its supplements.
Category: Newspapers

Working And Living France

Author : Monica Larner
ISBN : 1860113699
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 35.31 MB
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Packed with practical advice, personal case studies and points of reference, this new title from Cadogan has all you need to know about moving to France and starting a new life out there.
Category: Business & Economics

I Ll Never Be French No Matter What I Do

Author : Mark Greenside
ISBN : 9781416587132
Genre : Travel
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Tired of Provence in books, cuisine, and tablecloths? Exhausted from your armchair travels to Paris? Despairing of ever finding a place that speaks to you beyond reason? You are ripe for a journey to Brittany, where author Mark Greenside reluctantly travels, eats of the crêpes, and finds a second life. When Mark Greenside -- a native New Yorker living in California, doubting (not-as-trusting-as Thomas, downwardly mobile, political lefty, writer, and lifelong skeptic -- is dragged by his girlfriend to a tiny Celtic village in Brittany at the westernmost edge of France, in Finistère, "the end of the world," his life begins to change. In a playful, headlong style, and with enormous affection for the Bretons, Greenside tells how he makes a life for himself in a country where he doesn't speak the language or know how things are done. Against his personal inclinations and better judgments, he places his trust in the villagers he encounters -- neighbors, workers, acquaintances -- and is consistently won over and surprised as he manages and survives day-to-day trials: from opening a bank account and buying a house to removing a beehive from the chimney -- in other words, learning the cultural ropes, living with neighbors, and making new friends. I'll Never Be French (no matter what I do) is a beginning and a homecoming for Greenside, as his father's family emigrated from France. It is a memoir about fitting in, not standing out; being part of something larger, not being separate from it; following, not leading. It explores the joys and adventures of living a double life.
Category: Travel

Retirement Without Borders

Author : Barry Golson
ISBN : PSU:000065176238
Genre : Business & Economics
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Offers a guide to retiring abroad, explains the process of testing, researching, and living in other countries, and covers major issues including immigration, health care, finances, real estate, and taxes.
Category: Business & Economics

The Europa World Year Book 2008

Author : Europa Europa Publications
ISBN : 1857434528
Genre : Reference
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First published in 2008. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Reference