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Vicki is the director

in charge of our

contracts department

I

'm delighted to say that

2017 was another record

year for us, where we

handed over the keys to

around 1,400 happy clients.

As usual, many of these were

from the UK and outside France

- it's clear that quality of life,

sunshine and (above all) great

value houses are of greater significance

than political factors

or a strong Euro.

I guess we wouldn't have been

voted "Best estate agent in

France" for five years running

if we weren't doing something

right. If you're looking to buy

your dream home in France

then you have certainly come

to the right place.

GETTING STARTED

From the moment that your

initial enquiry is taken by

one of our experienced sales

support team you will be in

safe hands. They will take time

to understand your budget and

needs and will source suitable

properties from within our portfolio

of around 15,000 French

properties for sale.

WHAT DO YOU WANT?

It's important that you are as

open as possible about what

you want from the outset. Firstly,

you need to think about the

geographic location you want

to be in - how are you going

to access the property and at

what times of year? Remember

that some airline carriers only

operate summer schedules.

Also, don't underestimate

traffic conditions during August

and peak season, particularly

if you're looking in a popular

tourist destination like the Dordogne

in summer or the Alps in

winter. Then you must decide

on the kind of property you'd

like. New or old? In the centre

of a town or village or in the

country? Does it need to be detached? How

many bedrooms

and bathrooms - do any need

Buying your

French Property

Last year we helped over 1,400 people,

from 50 different countries, find and

buy their dream home. Leggett director,

Vicki Randall, offers advice on how to

make sure your purchase goes smoothly.

WORDS: VICKI RANDALL I PHOTOS: SHUTTERSTOCK

AN EXPERT GUIDE TO

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