November 2015 issue of French Property News out now!

November 2015 issue of French Property News out now!

A preview of what you’ll find inside our latest issue – ski special

France has recently been named as the world’s number one ski destination and this month’s special issue is full of information on where to buy a ski property, why they have year-round appeal and make a particularly savvy investment, and how to maximise their financial potential if you want to rent one out. Away from the snow we explore Gard in Languedoc-Roussillon and follow the Canal du Midi, and discover why châteaux have become more affordable in recent years. We’ve also got tips on removals and installing phone lines, and our expert tackles the most common misconceptions about tax residency.

• Ski special

Why an Alpine property is both a lifestyle and an investment purchase

Choosing where to buy based on location and amenities

Exploring the lesser-known, family-friendly resorts of the southern Alps

How to maximise your ski property’s rental potential in summer and winter

Why one couple swapped Australian sunshine for a chalet in the snow

• Location features

Canal du Midi – travelling along the canal from Toulouse to the sea

Gard – a riot of colour and a feast for the senses in Languedoc-Roussillon

• Expert advice

Part two of our new series of the different French property styles

A reminder of the buying and selling process

Why the châteaux market is now within reach and could pay dividends

Installing internet and phone connections at your French property

Explaining the most common misconceptions about tax residency

• Real Life stories

New-build diary: the timber-frame house in Charente is finished

Fulfilling a long-held dream to run a B&B in France

Plus, three of the best ski properties away from the Alps, chalet-inspired interiors, Alpine food and drink, an estate agent’s dream home and the latest instalment from our resident architect.

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