September, 2016 Archives

I usually talk about the Southwest Of England, but today i’m going to make an exception and talk about the Southwest of France.

Property available in South West France is seeing growing demand for several reasons. The countryside is having a resurgence in diversity of the region and this presents not only job chances and several building but the picturesque attractiveness of the region also attracts people. More than other things, the climate is the main interest of property in south west France. Summer temperatures are moderate in the range of 28 to 33 degrees and summer continues for more days than other places such as United Kingdom in the northern area of Europe. Winter days are cool but bright, except short spells of cold from November to February. Naturally, others and many British investors in the Norwegian states are on the lookout for properties in Gascony, Landes, Tarn et Garonne, Lot et Garonne and Gers.

The Bordeaux-Toulouse districts that form the southwest France place are well-known all around the globe as the wine region. The grapes in the vineyards change in flavor and quality, thereby providing the chance of uncommon varieties for wine, brandy and champagne. Combined with the verdant vineyards spread throughout the duck farms, the walnut groves, this region, the plum orchards and the strawberry fields generate a rich assortment of agricultural output. The truffle enhances this opulence, fondly called by the master as ‘black diamond’ chefs of the world.

Properties On The Market in Southwest France


The French word gite that is particular actually means a self catering vacation accommodation. Purchasing a gite is considered a sensible company investment now. Based on figures available with real estate agents of this type, a decade past, bulk of buyers purchased property in southwest France as vacation property. On the other hand, the tendency had changed and many are moving in here forever, brought by leisurely living and the peaceful setting.

In the sections of southwest France, the property values are substantially less than the other nations of Europe, together with the other departments of France. We’ve got an extensive choice of properties on the market of this type. With our expertise in our wide-ranging contacts with property owners and estate agents in south west France and the real-estate marketplace for several years, we’re able to offer our customers exceptional purchasing and selling chances.

Direct in Southwest France in Buying Properties

In the procedure for buying properties in France, you pay all the fees as the buyer.

Subsequently their fees will need to be paid over and above this, in case you are purchasing the property through estate agents.

You’ll find a way to say the reasons for cancellation of the deal in this record for exampe (work need’s doing on the Cladding) and you are able to contain all the reasons that come to your own head, with no limitations, including failure to get mortgage.

You are going to need to deposit 10% of the property worth if you cancel the deal for any reason that’s not defined inside it and you’ll lose that amount.

If the deal is canceled by the seller, you are going to get 10.

Southern France, also called as Le Midi, contains Aquitaine, Corsica, Midi Pyrenees, Languedoc Roussillon, Rhone Alps, Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur, Limousin, and Auvergne. Properties that are exceptional can be found in lots at exceptionally attractive prices in all these areas. Property in Landes and property in Gascony are considered throughout Europe as really great real-estate investments. Well, you might not be able to get them without any type of hassles on your part.


South west devon
by Chris Martin Photography

There are some places that are undeniably beautiful – from the aesthetics, to the atmosphere, and even the customer service. Then there are some places, for a UK break you simply fall in love with, and the South West is one of them.

Devon, Cornwall, Dorset, Wiltshire – the UK’s South West is one long stretch of evolving beauty whether you head inland or towards the coast. Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds are known for their stone buildings and chocolate box aesthetic, while the rugged Cornish coast is at least partially the reason we all fell in love with Poldark once more last year.

The Landscape

As the spring gets into full swing and summer peeks over the horizon, this spectacular part of the UK really starts to shine with its beaches sparkling, the accompanying ice creams tasting that much better, and the walks along the cliff tops being ever so more appealing now that the wind has died down. In fact, for a UK break during the summer there are times when the Devonshire climate in particular could kid you into thinking it’s part of the Mediterranean… just with much better cream teas. There are also some fantastic detox retreats that one can visit.

The truth is that to really understand its beauty, you simply have to visit. For example, it isn’t until you see it that you can really appreciate the magic of the wild garlic, bluebells and primroses peppering the coast and woodlands in Devon – the smell is unmistakable, and the sight is a refreshing eye opener after those long winter months.

The culture

Similarly, historic sites and cultural attractions like Stonehenge, Barbara Hepworth’s museum at St Ives, and The Eden Project have to be experienced to be fully understood. To describe Stonehenge is one thing, but ultimately any mere eulogy falls flat, because the prehistoric monument in Wiltshire has a certain type of magic to it that belies its heritage and attracts hundreds for the spring solstice each year. So en-route to that holiday by the sea, make sure you stop off and take a look.

Alongside this, The Eden Project in Cornwall never fails to inspire awe for natural beauty, and Barbara Hepworth’s sculptures are a showcase for sensual and creative talent.

The food

Last year David Cameron got in a muddle with the order of the cream and jam on his scones when discussing etiquette in Devon and Cornwall. Just so we’re clear, it’s cream first and jam on top in Devon, and the other way around in Cornwall.

Whichever location you happen to be in, one thing the South West knows and does well is food. Obviously a prime spot for fresh seafood, with crab, scallops and lobster firm favourites depending on exactly where you are (Padstow having been made famous by Rick Stein). While few things beat barbecued mackerel on the beach after a day of fishing.

Additionally, for something sweeter, if you happen to be passing the famous seaside location of Salcombe, the Salcombe Dairy ice cream is internationally renowned for being made with clotted cream (we recommend the honeycombe option, but you can’t really go wrong). And of course, to cap it all off, Somerset cider as the evening draws in.

Whether, for a UK break, it’s romantic getaways or family holidays you’re after, the South West offers the sort of magic that has to be experienced to be believed. The tricky part is settling on which corner of it you want to visit, so take some time to think before this summer!