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Choose your area. France is a very large coun­try, and many peo­ple mis-judge dis­tances on maps or even us­ing their GPS sys­tems. Tell your agent what you are look­ing for – cli­mate, coun­try­side, house style, etc – and build in re­quire­ments for ac­ces­si­bil­ity back to the UK if needed. Hav­ing cho­sen an area, re­search it be­fore you start book­ing view­ings. If you need help or guid­ance, ask – we are here to help.

Max­imise your view­ing time. learned from sev­eral con­ver­sa­tions and email ex­changes ahead of a face-to-face meet­ing. You need to build a re­la­tion­ship with your agent to work on a close ba­sis, rather than a scat­ter­gun ap­proach, which can clock up con­sid­er­able mileage. Of­ten, work­ing this way, you may be taken to a new prop­erty not yet on a web­site.

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