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Homes On The Net is an Internet advertising
source for property owners
Advertisers with a Web site can if required
request a link to be inserted in their
advertisement giving potential buyers even greater
direct access to you.
The perfect way to
sell/rent your property. With you in TOTAL Control.
This is a suitable property advertising Web
site for Private Vendors, Estate Agents and
Property Developers all around the world
usage. Property owner has a Holiday Home in
Spain and wants to let the property.
Cost Effective Internet Worldwide Promotion
in comparison with:
papers who charge exorbitant rates - with
local coverage only
directories are expensive and often ineffective
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and fees when buying property in France
duties are taxes that the buyer must pay to the French state. They have been reduced
since 1999 in line with the duties charged in the other countries in the European
Union, equal to approximately 4.8% of the selling price. N.B. a part of these
duties is fixed by the local authorities which can have an impact equal to 0.1%
to 0.5% of the selling price..
public notary's fees. These charges include the notary's remuneration and disbursements;
in short, these fees cover a variety of expenses. The notary's remuneration is
fixed by law and is proportional to the value of the transaction. The disbursements
represent all the legal expenses paid by the notary when drawing up the deed of
conveyance, which should be reimbursed (registration dues, mortgage fees, etc.).
New accommodation or real estate less than 5 years old also bear VAT of 19.6%.
Property tax ("taxe foncière") is paid by the owner of the real
estate while local taxes are paid by the occupier (tenant or owner-occupier).
They are paid to, and finance the expenses of, the local authorities. They are
due annually towards the end of the year in October or November, and may vary
considerably in size depending on where the property is geographically located.
on renovation work. Lastly, it is well worth knowing that renovation work has
enjoyed a special tax status since 2000. VAT is charged at the low rate of 5.5%
on the products and invoices of companies specializing in this kind of work instead
of the standard rate of 19.6%.
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