Property for sale in France

In total 4,177 listings
Côte d'Azur
2,615 listings
Nice
132 listings
Paris
357 listings
Antibes
353 listings
Megeve
116 listings
Cannes
552 listings
All France
4,177 listings

FAQ about France

Can a foreigner buy property in France?
Currently, there are no restrictions for foreigners buying property in France. However, if you decided, for example, to buy apartment in France directly from the owner, you may face encumbrances, difficulties in proper registration and an inflated cost (sometimes the price is twice the price that can be offered to a French citizen).
How long does it take to buy a property in France?
From the moment the pre-contract has been signed, it takes on average 2,5 months for the whole purchasing property in France process to be completed.
Are there property taxes in France?
Property tax in France is an annual tax, and the tax service calculates it separately for a specific owner. There is no single tax value as a percentage. For example, owners of a 2-room apartment on the French Riviera pay property tax on average about 1200 euros per year.
How to get French citizenship?
One ot methods to become a French citizen is through naturalization. You need to obtain a residence permit in France, live here for five consecutive years (the term can be up to 10 years — at the discretion of local authorities), sign the Reception and Integration Contract (CAI), submit your application, complete any requested interviews and additional paperwork.
Do you have to pay taxes in France?
If you are a resident of France (live here for more than 6 months a year) or earn income/rent your house in France, you will need to pay taxes.
Is it easy to get French citizenship?
You can apply for French citizenship if either of your parents are French citizen, if you were born in France or have lived there for long enough to fulfil the residency requirements. Alternatively, you may be eligible for citizenship through your marriage to a French citizen, or through some other exceptional circumstance.
Can you have dual citizenship in France?
French nationality law allows dual citizenship of France to be acquired by birth if a child is born to a French parent, filiation and naturalization. Many people who live in France have dual citizenship.
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