Athens is one of the essential places to see and visit in Greece. Yet many tourists only make a quick stop there before heading on by boat to the islands of the Aegean. This great European capital is, however, simply overflowing with archaeological and cultural treasures, and represents the quintessential essence of the very soul of Greece. As with Rome, it’s true to say: “When in Athens, do as the Athenians do.”
It is obvious that buying a property to be your main home will save you money in the long run. Indeed, if you make a contribution in addition to your credit and you negotiate it with the bank, your credit repayment will cost you less monthly than rent. Read More
The Pinel law is a tax reduction plan in case of purchase of new property for a rental commitment, which has for main characteristics a zero interest loan (abbreviated as “PTZ”) and a tax exemption plan. The tax reduction can be up to 63,000 euros (with, for example, an investment of 300,000 euros, for a rental commitment of 12 years). Specifically, the plan allows some owners to pay only 35 to 40% of the value of the property. Read More
The Côte d’Azur is well known for its exceptional and prestigious villas and residences. We ourselves fell under spell of this incredible region a few years ago. Here we present a few villas to you, to prove that the dream can be transformed into reality.
Type: Nice, on the famous Promenade des Anglais, at 30m from the sea, at 1km of Nice Côte d’Azur Airport, studio 35m2, sunny, open view, glimpse of the sea, near all facilities, 3rd and last floor (without lift). Read More