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A selection of interesting blogs about living in Greece, Greek food, news, art, politics and the Greek language. I check this page regularly for broken links and blogs that are not maintained.
Vineyards in Sancerre
Unfortunately, buyers do not always know what they are looking for. Selection criteria are often changed during the search, depending on the house being visited. This is one of the reasons why buyers generally do not ask enough questions. That does not have to cause any problems, but prevention is better than cure.
Village in the Auvergne
Everyone knows everyone, and everyone knows everything in the villages and small towns in France. At least, that's how it seems. Anyway, you can sometimes find out a lot about the local housing market by talking to the locals. Hotels, chambres d'hôtes, cafés, restaurants, campsites are the best places to do so because you can build short-term relationships here. By the way, local is entirely relative. The gossip area often extends for miles around.
House with blue shutters in the French countryside
Do you have a house in France that needs to be renovated? If you do not want to do that yourself or do not have the knowledge, you will have to hire someone. Finding an excellent craftsman and explaining what needs to be done in French is not easy, even if you speak French quite well. In Great Britain, it is already challenging to assess a quotation accurately, but a quote in French (a 'devis') is even more difficult to understand.
Village in Burgundy
We were not secretive about the fact that we wanted to move to France and we talked to several people about our plans. France is a big country, and it is impossible for one person to know everything about it. Yet in a short time, we met a large number of specialists. Acquaintances of ours had stayed with friends in the Auvergne and told that it was the most beautiful region in the whole of France. Others had camped in Provence, and for them, it was inevitable that you should have to buy a house there. A few people didn't like France at all and told us to emigrate to Spain.