Find your New Build

Why buy with us?
  • Registered estate agent under French law with prior experience in property development
  • Focus on South of France and in-depth local knowledge
  • A one-stop-service based in France: no need to ‘hand you over’ to someone else
  • Specialist in new build French property with insider knowledge
  • Bilingual independent and free purchasing help and after sales service
  • Based in South of France where you plan to buy
  • Careful selection of property portfolio thanks to former experience in development
  • Regular on-site visits
of new  build
  • Financial advantages : low maintenance and running costs
  • Financial advantages : no uncertain & extra costs of renovation
  • Guaranteed quality : lower energy costs
  • A personalised home in a wide choice of properties
  • Financial advantages : refundable deposit
  • Guaranteed quality : easier to let property
  • Financial advantages : reduced land taxes
  • Peace of mind : secure and regulated buying procedure
  • Peace of mind : financial guarantee of completion
  • Financial advantages : stage payments
  • Financial advantages : no estate agent fee
  • Guaranteed quality : latest building regulations
  • Peace of mind : no renovation hassle
  • Peace of mind : a ready-to-move-in property
  • Guaranteed quality : modern comfort and safety in well-designed home
  • Financial advantages : lower notary fees
  • A personalised home in a wide choice of properties : an extensive choice of property style, type and size
  • Financial advantages : better resale & letting potential

Tenancy agreement

  • Even if not compulsory for a seasonal letting or if you rent to tenants whose main residence is not your property, it is always advisable to draw a written contract. It is called ‘bail’ in French (pronounced bye like in ‘good bye’). A written ‘bail’ is compulsory for a tenant who is using your property as their principal home.
  • You can do it yourself and use a standard form available in specialized books or on websites or use a specialist such as an estate agent or an hussier, or ask a notary to provide an ‘acte authentique’. The latter is the most protective solution but also the most expensive and maybe overcautious in the case of short term letting. In the case of long term lettings such costs are generally shared between landlord and tenant but for a short term tenancy you can’t really charge the equivalent of one month rent or even half of it for only a piece of paper (a tenancy agreement from a notary will be circa 500 € but cheaper from a estate agent).
  • If you plan to let your holiday home on a regular basis, we recommend you use the services of a professional for the first times, at your expense. If you feel comfortable with the French language you can buy a ‘kit location pour locaux meublés’ on, a leading French publisher  of real estate forms, or consult the ‘de particulier à particulier’ website aides et conseils/contrats ou modèles de lettres.
  • It is important to take proper notice, because although there is some freedom to add clauses, some clauses are forbidden.