Every thing you need to buy, renovate, rent out and sell property in Languedoc
Hunting for property in Languedoc, or anywhere for that matter, can be a very complicated and exhausting process. A lot of people who fly down for a weekend's property hunting return tired, empty-handed and disillusioned. That's because they don't prepare properly before coming. They expect to drop into an estate agent's office, and then be driven round 40 gorgeous wood-beamed villas, all at knock-down prices.
Fail to prepare - and you prepare to fail.
The Languedoc property hunting reality is rather different. Without pre-planning, you're likely to end up with the wrong estate agent, who'll show you rubbish, and not enough properties, in the wrong area, and at silly prices.
Firstly, Languedoc is huge, so knowing WHERE to look is crucial, as each area is quite different from the next. Our 'Area Finder' map is an indispensable tool - and will help make sure you don't end up wasting huge amounts of time.
Not all Languedoc estate agents are English-friendly. Our 'Find an Agent' page will help you find an agent that both operates in the area you're interested in, and who's more likely to be used to dealing with English-speakers.
Want to know how much property costs in Languedoc? Or wondering how much your Languedoc property would now fetch? Try out our Property Price Calculator - it's totally unique. Simply type in the details of the property, and click Calculate - and it'll give you approximate prices.
Our 'Property Advice' pages are also incredibly useful. Spend a few minutes reading these, and you could save yourself hours or days, and perhaps a lot of money. They outline all the pitfalls to hunting for property in Languedoc, the process and how to get the most out of a visit here.
Our 'Property Dictionary' is also really useful. Read it online, or download the 2 dictionaries in the form of PDFs that you can then print out and take with you when looking for Languedoc property. It'll help make sure you can ask all the questions you need to ask your French estate agent.