In this episode of the Paris Property Chronicles, my guest is Shawn Quinn, a US and French practicing attorney who is registered with the New York and French Bar. If you’re interested in visas, residency and citizenship in France, let’s hear how this native Upstate NY attorney can give us an overview of immigration, particularly between the US and France

In this episode of the Paris Property Chronicles my guest is Tahminae Mandani, founder and managing director of France Home Finance, a digital financial services firm providing French real estate loans, mortgages, insurance and even assisting non-residents with opening a French bank account. Let’s hear how this financial services entrepreneur can assist you in obtaining a mortgage to finance the purchase of your home in France.

In this episode of the Paris Property Chronicles, my guest is once again, property tax lawyer Arnaud Colson of GV Avocats.  Arnaud is back to continue our conversation on French property taxes, but his time we focus on capital gains and inheritance taxes. Let’s hear how this Parisian tax attorney can assist you in preparing for your property tax obligations in Paris.

In this episode of the Paris Property Chronicles my guest is Dean Johansson, a chemist and business owner from Vancouver who shares the key to his success in finding, purchasing and renovating a property in Paris, which starts with THE LIST. What prompted Dean to create his list? It all began when he was a young man and saw someone from his tiny hotel room enjoying their morning coffee on the 5th floor balcony of a dreamy Haussmannien style building.  Let’s hear how Dean can help you create and prioritise YOUR list when searching for a property to purchase in Paris.

In this episode of the Paris Property Chronicles, my guests are Thanh and Jim Stukas, a Franco-American couple for whom I recently managed the redesign and restructure of their living space in the 20th arrondissement. They’ll tell us how they met thanks to François Truffaut while studying at the University of Notre Dame. Although they eventually married and started a family in Thanh’s native city of Paris, it wasn’t long before they relocated to New York City where they lived for several years. Let’s hear how this Franco-American family bridges the cross-cultural divide with ease.

Think you're not subject to the wealth tax on property? If your property is worth more than 1.3 million euros, you may be subject to pay it. In this episode of the Paris Property Chronicles, my guest is Arnaud Colson a partner with the law firm GV Paris Avocats who is responsible for the firm’s tax and business practices.  Before becoming a partner at GV Paris, he worked with international firms such as Ernst & Young and Baker & Mackenzie.  Let’s hear how this Parisian tax attorney can give you a primer on your property tax requirements in Paris.

In this episode of the Paris Property Chronicles my guest is Jasmine Tan, a San Francisco-based entrepreneur who is the CEO, CFO, stylist and shopgirl all rolled into one at her urban emporium, Picnic SF. After years of visiting Paris with her family, she purchased and renovated a 35m2 bijou apartment in the 17th district in the residential neighbourhood near rue de Lévis. Let’s hear how this shopgirl realised her dream and became the owner of a pied a terre in Paris.

In this episode of the Paris Property Chronicles, my guest is Alistair Lockhart, Property Director for French Entrée, a subsidiary of France Media Group and a leading resource for Anglophones interested to purchase property in or relocate to France. Before joining French Entrée in 2018, Alistair acquired an extensive background in French real estate, digital marketing and sales and is now responsible for French Entrée’s property, mortgage and currency business. Let’s hear how Alistair can assist you with your entrée into French property.

In this episode, my guest is Kate Woodman another American in Paris and Brittany. Her love of France first led her to the city of lights and then to Brittany where she purchased a stone cottage just 20 minutes from the Atlantic coast. Since retiring to France in 2017, she has joined the Paris Choral Society and started a bilingual blog, Kate’s Paris and Beyond. Let’s hear how even in retirement, Kate keeps herself busy in the country and the city.

In this episode, my guest is Michael Edelstein, an American who relocated to Paris in 1998.  After meeting his now French husband, Stephane, they purchased and renovated properties in Paris and on the French coast in Brittany. Listen to their experiences and what property destination awaits this international couple. 

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