Your trusted partner in buying or selling your property

Buying or selling a property is a key moment. We’re with you every step of the way to ensure a smooth transition, from the first offer to the handover of the keys. Here’s how we can help:


  • If you’re buying your first home, we’ll check that there are no hidden debts or legal problems, and explain all the details of the contract before you sign.
  • At the time of sale, we’ll help draw up the contract so that you get the best deal and understand all the terms, such as the deadline for moving out after the sale.

Frequently Asked Questions:

In general, it is the buyer who has the privilege of choosing the notary to draw up the deed of sale, unless the sale is made with a balance of sale due to the seller, in which case it is the latter who will have the choice of notary. What’s more, the seller can also propose his notary, and the two parties can agree to choose a common one.

Yes, it’s true. Notarial deeds to be registered in the land register may be drawn up in English if all parties agree. However, in order to register them in the land register, they will have to be officially translated into French and the French version will have to be registered.

For the sale or purchase of a property, you’ll need to provide several documents, such as the promise to purchase and its amendments, recent certificate of location, seller’s declarations, title deeds, legal guarantees and any documents relating to an outstanding mortgage. We can provide you with a detailed list of required documents.

Yes, the certificate of location has a shelf life. It is generally considered valid for a period of ten years, provided there have been no modifications to the property or changes in regulations that could affect the information it contains.

Yes, there are notary fees for the seller, although the majority of costs are generally borne by the buyer. Costs to the seller include cancellation of the existing mortgage, verification of municipal and school taxes, and preparation of certain documents. It is advisable to discuss potential costs with the notary when making an appointment.

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