Friday, April 09, 2010

French buying agents - where to find them

Just had a heart warming conversation with a colleague of mine from Nice.

Rebecca Russell has been part of the FrenchEntrée property finder network for just over a year.

Despite the tough market, she has started to carve herself a niche on the Cote D'Azur and has recently found a spate of houses for international clients from all over the world.  The latest is a beautiful villa for a professional couple from the UK that was being marketed at well over a million euros.

She offers a professional and discrete service. Like all of the agents in our network she has been invited to write a number of articles for specialist magazines.  Read her blog and you will see why I think that journalists will continue to seek market comment from her. You can visit her website here.

Serious buyers are still in short supply but, as Rebecca is proving, if you are prepared to go the extra mile for a client then the service and value that buying agents can offer is invaluable.

All of our agents work to the same exacting standard and have true local knowledge (often of properties that are not being sold on the open market).  We all also follow a "quality charter" set out by our national federation.

If you are thinking of buying a property in France then a good opening move would be to click on the link to any of the experts below:

Loire & Thouet valley
Languedoc Roussillon
Cote D'Azur
French Alps

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