Сrédits Photos Yann Vernerie. Beaulieu-sur-mer is a small town in the Alpes-Maritimes department which stretches between Villefranche-sur-Mer and Èze. It is a town where life is good, far from the hustle and bustle of Nice (7 kilometers) or Monaco (11 kilometers). It should be noted that in Beaulieu apartments are rented and sold very well. It is even a local specificity. On the other hand, as for villas, the situation is more complicated here. Because prices of the land are rising, and home furnishing services are not always completed. To help you understand the city, here is a summary of the districts where life is good.
- 08 September, 2022The best districts to live in Beaulieu-sur-Mer
- 29 July, 2022The most beautiful villas in Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat
This small peninsula that starts from the town of Villefranche-sur-mer to get lost in the Mediterranean Sea is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after places on the French Riviera. It is here that we find unbelievable villas, the prices of which can sometimes be stratospheric. Nevertheless, the architecture of these exceptional residences reminds us that everything here is exceptional and unique in the world. There are even rumours that the most expensive square meters in the world are found in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. Indeed, the prices for exceptional properties often reach the fateful bar of 200,000 euros. Obviously these stratospheric prices include the price of the park (the land itself), private access to the sea, swimming pools and other greenhouses or winter gardens.
- 02 June, 2022Up-to-date information about the real estate market on the Cote d'Azur: trends and price dynamics
The year 2022 marks a turning point in the real estate market in the southeast of France. First, there was the shadow of Covid-19 and its many variants. A health situation first cast a shadow on the rental market before boosting the sale of houses. Then the beginning of 2022 will certainly be marked by a wait-and-see attitude both on the part of buyers and sellers. Election years tend to be a time when the French are relatively cautious. And then there was the beginning of the war in Ukraine at the end of February 2022. The main geopolitical fact that mechanically accelerated inflationary trends that took place already at the end of 2021.
- 09 May, 2022Côte d'Azur: current state of the real estate market after the confinements
The Côte d'Azur is a region of France, which is very popular with tourists who go there for exceptional moments of relaxation. This high influx makes it one of the best places to invest in rental property. However, it is necessary to know the housing market on the Côte d'Azur before contributing this investment, which is quite difficult, although profitable. Discover with Hermitage Riviera everything you need to know about the real estate market on the Côte d'Azur.
- 25 August, 2020Roquebrune-Cap-Martin is an extraordinary tourist destination
With such a variety of medieval villages and wonderful villas, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin is a must-see for those looking for a luxury getaway. Tourists also choose this French commune for recreation because of its many historical sites, coastlines and numerous entertaining activities. The city offers plenty of must-see tourist attractions.
- 25 May, 2020Elite districts of Nice: where to live, rent and buy real estate
Nice is the amazing city of the Cote d'Azur. It combines Italian and French motives in architecture. Locals and visitors find the Left Bank of Nice similar to the Italian old town of Turin. And the Right Bank is more associated with the old French gloss of the times of kings and queens.
- 06 May, 2020The crisis of the French exchange: how COVID-19 will affect the savings of citizens
Coronavirus infection has brought a lot of problems not only to world healthcare, but also to the economy. The countries with the fastest spread of COVID-19, of course, suffered the most. France, unfortunately, is among them. And the crisis on the stock exchange in 2020 has already exceeded the indicators of the black Monday of 1987. In addition, the collapse of markets due to coronavirus will affect the personal part of the savings of ordinary Frenchmen, who invested them into shared life insurance. What will happen to the deposits of the French and the country's economy?
- 26 March, 2020IFI - decoding of real estate tax in France
In 2018, Emmanuel Macron became president of France and carried out the promised tax reforms. The changes affected the owners of luxury real estate. The main goal: to return tax emigrants departing from the ISF (wealth tax) and attract investors to develop and maintain local businesses.