Applying for a mortgage for the purchase of a property is never easy but when you add in the fact that it is in a foreign country and another language country, it can get very complicated and things can get lost in translation. At HB Mortgages we hold your hand from start to finish throughout the entire purchase process.
You may have spent your holidays in France or just dreamt of living there. You may have fallen in love with a specific region or area and you would like to buy a property there. At HB Mortgages, we specialise in Non-Resident mortgages in France. Our main area is Cote D’Azur, especially in the beautiful city of Nice. We have bilingual mortgage advisers with over 18 years of experience in the French market, especially for Non Resident mortgages in Nice. They will be able to assist you throughout the whole process, simplifying all steps for you by taking in consideration all monetary, fiscal and regulatory issues that might arise.
Are you an American purchasing on the French Riviera? Buying abroad is not always easy and we have collated some of our top advice when planning a purchase in the South of France.
If you decide to move to France temporarily or permanently, you are going to need a property to live in. This can be quite a tedious process, especially if you require financing. Expats looking for a property to renovate in France should be aware that homes that are in need of renovation, can either offer value for money or not make financial sense at all. To ensure you get value for your money, here are some factors you should consider when looking for a property to renovate in France.
There’s something of a building boom going on in the French Alps right now. And it’s perhaps never been a better time to consider buying a property in the French Alps, one of the region’s most popular ski destinations.
Purchasing a property abroad is never easy, and neither is getting an expat mortgage in France! However HB Mortgages are here to make the process stress-free.
France has long been a popular destination for overseas investors looking to purchase property, but what does 2019 hold for the market? Where should buyers be searching, and is this the right time to take the plunge and purchase property in France? Well, the year to July 2018 saw more houses sold in France than any year since 2006, according to property statistics.
Prime properties in the Cote d'Azur, or French Rivera region, remain popular with French expats and overseas buyers. There are significant numbers of prime properties available, making this a true buyer's market with discounts of between 10% and 30% on request.
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