50 years’ expertise at your service. 


1. Putting your property on the market at the RIGHT price!

A sensible valuation to sell your property in the best possible conditions:

  • A property’s value is determined by its type and the rule of supply and demand. Therefore, values vary over time.
  • Our advisors, who are experts in the local market, have the required knowledge to value your property according to these criteria.

An objective, reliable valuation is a real asset for a faster sale!

2. Suggesting ways to increase your property’s value 

Certain aspects of your property may be obstacles to a sale or grounds for the buyer to knock you down on price. Our advisors are trained to identify specific renovations to help you to make a better sale. 

Prioritise improvements that get results :

  • Don’t forget about the exterior: front door, garage, terrace, façade, garden 
  • A lick of paint to freshen things up can be more effective than a complete refit: e.g. in the kitchen.
  • Prioritise renovations that reduce energy expenditure
  • Complete little short-term jobs that potential buyers will view as an onerous list of tasks: put lampshades on light fittings, paint unfinished areas, put up shelves… 

3. Seeking out and dealing with potential buyers

Our advisors do the marketing required to attract the highest possible number of serious buyers: websites, consulting our list of prospective buyers, social networks, email, leafleting, word of mouth…

Your property will be visible to both French and British clients.

Dealing with prospective buyers is time-consuming: our advisors will save you precious time by:

  • Answering enquiries
  • Planning viewings
  • Providing clients with all the required post-viewing documents: liaising with our co-ownership trustee organisation, the local notary, town hall and surveyors….

Should viewings not be producing the desired results, our advisors will compile a viewings report and talk you through it.

4. Finalising the sale of your property

Once a buyer has been found, our advisors will draw up a preliminary sales agreement or sale commitment.

By increasing the number of documents required in addition to a preliminary sales agreement, the Alur Law reinforces the rigour and professionalism needed to take a sale to the notarized agreement stage.

Our advisors are entirely at your disposal to monitor proceedings in the run-up to deadlines and to assist you until contracts are exchanged.

Our advisors:

Les Carroz d’Arâches: Sonia Mérieux

Flaine: Sandrine Vaudey


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