“New places of France” attract foreign consumers
“New locations of France” are beginning to attract foreign buyer as persons stay clear of hotspots to obtain less costly prices.
“Provence has become a clich?,” marketing executive Doug Hart told The Telegraph this week following purchasing a property in the overlooked region of Lot-et-Garonne. “Here there’s fantastic wine, very good food and acquiring about is a joy.”
Hart bought a residence in the village of Monflanquin, approximately 100 miles from the far more familiar Dordogne region, which came full with a vineyard and a helipad. Actual estate in the region is considerably less costly than the nicely-known tourist hotspots, where British expats tend to settle down. And an increasing number of consumers are starting to think about it as an option spot to invest.
“We knew we wanted a place with a view, on the edge of a village and not even more than a 90-minute drive from an airport,” a further buyer from the UK told the paper. “Lot-et-Garonne was where all those things came together.”
The Telegraph adds that UK interest in French property is nonetheless going powerful, rising by four.three per cent final year, suggesting that homes in France still have a specific je ne sais quoi, no matter exactly where buyers appear.