In a busy area of Paris, close to theaters, transports and shopping, apartment in a stone building on the first floor opening on both street and courtyard. Entrance-fully equiped kitchen, living room with fire place, bedroom and bathroom en suite WC. Parquet floor, sound proof windows. Apartment ren...€464,520 Agency fee included 5 % tax included payable by the buyer • Net seller price = 442 400 €
EXCLUSIVITY- In the area of Beaugrenelle, close to the commercial center and the place Charles Michels, in a recent building (1960)one bedroom apartment on a high floor. Entrance, separate toilets, double living room, open equiped kitchen, bedroom with closets, corridor, shower room. Cellar. Quiet e...€725,000 Agency fee included 3,6 % tax included payable by the seller
In the north of the 15th close to metro Dupleix and Motte Piquet, in a stone building on the 2nd floor, apartement with one bedroom with bathroom en suite, living room, fully equiped kitchen, independant WC, entrance. Cellar. Parquet floor. Light. View on the Eiffel Tower. Shops and transports in t...€495,000 Agency fee included 5 % tax included payable by the seller
The first step to finding the right property is being aware about your requirements. Based on your prerequisites, Paris Rental will show you a list of properties suitable for you. Your personal Property Expert will accompany you to the viewings and provide you with all information necessary for the valuation of the property, taking into account the rental yield.
Before making your final decision :
• Explore the areas of Paris that appeal to you. Spend time looking around both on a busy work day and on a Sunday.
• Try for a view, a terrace or any feature that is appealing to you. The day you resale the property, this pleasurable surprise will suit someone else for sure!
• Favor the light. Narrow streets or a building’s height across the street can obstruct the sun forever.
• Don’t obsess about square meters. Go for a good floor plan. A well laid out 80m2 can be more practical than a 100m2 apartment with a useless long corridor.
• When you see something you like, visit again in the evening.
• Beware of the unbelievable bargain. If it sounds too good to be true, have the property checked, even at your expense. A Structural Survey (Diagnostic Bâtiment) is infrequently requested, however a non-French buyer may wish to have one done (typically at the buyer's cost). This would need to be done by an architect or other appropriately qualified person; diagnostic surveyors are not qualified to do this.
• Check the amount of the annual Tax Fonciere and the quarterly maintenance charges. Find out if any common areas need work or if any other significant expenses are already signed for. If so, you’ll have to chip in when the works start.
Once you have found a suitable property, we help you prepare an offer that will in turn be presented to the seller.
Once the Promesse or Compromis de Vente (pre-contract) is signed, expect it to take up to three months for the purchasing process to be completed. Obtaining all the documentation is very time-consuming in France.