Property Management service in the Dordogne

Beautiful stone houses in a narrow cobble stone street in Dordogne, southwest France

When you have a property in the Dordogne, the most popular department for British expats in France, and you want to let it out or have help maintaining it, you’ll need a trustworthy, efficient and caring property management company.

Voila Villas are a professional team based in Dordogne. After 20 years in the UK property industry husband and wife team Ross and Joni Snedden decided to follow their dream to live in France and they set up Voila Villas. They can help local holiday home owners with all aspects of property management from changeovers to maintenance and everything in between.

You live the dream while the professionals make it run smoothly

If you have a holiday home that you don’t rent out but you’re not always there or need help with, then Voila Villas can help make sure that your time is spent enjoying your dream home. You won’t waste your precious time on all the things that need to be done from cutting the grass to getting wood delivered, sorting out a tradesman and more.

Voila Villas also offer security checks, shopping for essentials, spring cleaning, meter reading and mail collection. These jobs that take so much time but have to be done can be taken care of for you.

With their extensive local contact, they’re your on-site representatives. You can leave your home in their expert hands and sit back and enjoy the good life with an aperitif in the garden (with its freshly cut grass!).

Caretaking, key holding and changeovers for holiday rental homes in Dordogne

Property owners who let out holiday homes in France want to know that they’re in safe and professional hands. Whether you own a one bedroom apartment or a 4 bedroom villa or a chateau, when it comes to letting it out, a support service is essential. Changeovers, key holding, garden maintenance – there’s a diverse range of needs that Voila Villas can support you with.

Renting out your holiday home in Dordogne

With a vast range of experience in the property market including listing properties on relevant sale portals, Voila Villas can also manage your enquiries, bookings and payment and manage security deposits. Need photography, cleaning services, maintenance and guest welcome service? Just get in touch to organise a chat about how they can help you make the most of your holiday home bookings in Dordogne.

Contact Ross and Joni via their website: voilavillasdordogne

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