One of the best estate agents in France | My French House

My French House estate agents in France have been helping people to find their ideal home in France since 2014. The company was founded by Patrick Joseph who wanted to create the sort of agency that he himself would want to deal with. Passionate about French property, culture and lifestyle, having spent half his life in France, and half in the UK, he has created a network of bilingual French real estate agents and immobilliers throughout France. His hard work and vision have paid off, family-run My French House is a European Property Awards winner for 2017 and 2018.

My French House website

With more than 3000 properties for sale, My French House has an easy to use website and it’s a great place to look for a property in France. From enchanting chateaux to gorgeous gites, luxury apartments in the French Riviera or farmhouses in rural countryside locations and any other style real estate you can think of, you’ll find it for sale here. It’s not always easy to find what you’re looking for on the web, and some sites leave you at disappointed, frustrated and house-less. You won’t find that here, the details are clear, the photos are clear (and there’s lots of them so that you can inside, outside and all around), plus the choice is huge.

Finding your dream house in France

Patrick and his team are on hand to make sure that your search for a home is a success – matching you to your dream home. From the French Riviera with its villas and luxury apartments, to Paris, Provence and beyond, with real estate opportunities all over France, they’ll help you find your dream home, whether that’s a second home or for a permanent move. They help you all the way, from the initial search to sorting out viewing arrangements and through to the final day of signing the paperwork that make you the proud owner of a home in France.

The price you see on My French House is the price you’ll see in France, there are no add-ons, no sneaky extras. They go to great lengths to ensure they get the best results for their clients and with so many years of experience and local agents whose knowledge and expertise is second to none, you are the one who benefits. They can also put you in touch with their trusted currency exchange and insurance partners which can save you time and money.

Clients of My French House consistently talk about the enthusiasm and commitment of the agents in helping them find their dream home or selling their home in France. So, if you’re looking for your dream home in France, take a look and browse the houses for sale in the area that you want:

www.my-french-house.com

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