How, where, and why you should buy a home in Paris

We have the empress of Paris real estate – Adrian Leeds – in the studio today talking about property in Paris. You might recognize her from the hit TV show House Hunters International.

She suggests good places in Paris to buy an apartment, she discusses the difficulties of buying a place as a foreigner, and how it might not be as tricky as you think to start a new life in Paris.

Have a listen here:

If you want to buy a place with her, check her site out here.

If you want tickets to my show with Adrian on Wednesday April 18th, get in touch now to reserve places.

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2 thoughts on “How, where, and why you should buy a home in Paris

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  1. Great show. Really enjoyed it, (and it went by so fast)! What are Adrian’s thoughts on the 12th? My hotel was located there when I visited, (just off Ave. Ledru Rolin in Fabrougue (sp?) Saint Antoine), so of course I developed an infinity for it. It seemed a bit more “residential”, full of working professionals and families, than other parts of Paris, but that’s what I liked about it. Line 1 was a short walk away at either Bastille and Gare de Lyon. Thanks Oliver! (Enjoy your articles for The Local France as well)!

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  2. What an enlightening episode! I didn’t know there were actually real houses to be bought in Paris ; as it is rather small and very dense, I thought the majority of real estate investments were centered on apartments only! As for me, owning a place in Paris has always been the subject of my “rêveries” when I was being a “flaneûr” in the streets 🙂 Which make me think I wanted to ask you where you from in Australia. Is it Melbourne?

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