Our French property terms dictionary should make sure you know what you're talking about
A French property terms dictionary can be crucial if you're looking for property to buy (or even rent) in Languedoc, south France. Because buying a property in Languedoc can be a complicated affair - especially if your French isn't too hot. Knowing the difference between the Act de Vente and the Acte Définitive can be crucial.
And being able to explain exactly what types of property you're interested in to a Languedoc estate agent can save you a huge amount of time and hassle in the long-run.
Our French property terms dictionary lists all those words we feel you'll need when searching for and buying or selling property in Languedoc-Roussillon. We've bolded those terms that we think are especially useful, and not included any that we think you'll probably never need.
Our French property terms dictionary is in two halves - with French - to - English at the top, and, further down the page, English - to French.
As you'll probably want to have all these useful terms with you when you're explaining your property brief to estate agents or asking questions when viewing a property in Languedoc, we've also created PDFs of our English-French property term dictionary that you can download and then print out. If you're very clever with your printer - you could even print front and back - and then fold it into a handy leaflet (see photos at right).
Should you feel we've missed out any useful French property buying or selling terms, please do let us know by clicking here, and we'll add your terms to our French property terms dictionary.