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How to buy a chateau in Provence

Buy a castle in Provence

5 questions to ask before buying a castle in France

A cultural territory that has preserved many vestiges of its history, the Luberon as France is full of architectural beauties. Among them, the castles constitute a real estate market in its own right. While some are listed or classified as historical monuments, others are "only" manors. The term "castle" is indeed used for various types of buildings.

In total, how many buildings are to be sold in France on this market? If we speak of castles in the proper
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Gordes, classified among the most beautiful villages of France

Gordes, classified among the most beautiful villages of France

Discover the village of Gordes

Passionate about art and rural architecture or simply lovers of country landscapes, let yourself be carried away by the charm of the village of Gordes and its castle. The village of Gordes and its panoramic view of the valley is a small hamlet perched on top of a hill. Its stone color shines when daylight is at its peak.

The village can be proud of being one of the most beautiful villages in France, with its cobbled streets that insinuate itself between the tall houses, built on
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Buy a property in France

Buy a property in France

What are the legal steps to buy a house in France

The process of acquiring a property in France is not a simple exchange of letters, but it is structured in several stages.

1 / The promise to purchase or offer to buy
The first step is a "promise to buy", an offer written by the potential buyer. Although this step is not mandatory, it is generally done in case the initial price requested is not offered by the potential buyer. All you have to do is mention the property, its address, its area, any
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The golden triangle in Luberon

Where to buy a house in Vaucluse ?

What is the golden triangle in Luberon ?

The golden triangle of the Luberon is an expression dating from the years 1970-1980 taken up by certain newspapers like the Southern one to designate a part of the valley of the Calavon, to the north of the mountain of the small Luberon.

This touristic triangle is based on the small Luberon with its old perched villages such as Oppède-le-vieux, Ménerbes, Lacoste and Bonnieux and has as its summit the village of...
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Fixing the right price, the key to success

Estimation and sale of your property

Fixing the right price, the key to success

When we speak of "selling price", the first notion to be retained is that the estimate of a property is, as the name suggests, in a "price range", from the highest to the lower. No real estate has a fixed price.

Thanks to the added value of the Sotheby's International Realty® brand, the breadth of our network and the confidence of our customers in our centuries-old real estate tradition, your property becomes synonymous with success and benefits from
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