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Where can I learn how to purchase property in France? (for a US citizen)

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I visited Nice & Monaco last weekend, and I'm totally in love with the place! Looking into purchasing a vacation rental property there, with the intention of visiting a few times a year and renting to rest of the year to others.

Would love to hear back:
1. your thoughts on the idea
2. suggestions on where I can find good info on the legal steps of purchasing property (I'm a US citizen) and other considerations I should know about this idea

(I've found DOZENS of sites purporting to tell me how it works, but 100% of them are merely trying to sell me their services or are just ad-link bait with a basic article about the subject.)

Thanks in advance for any advice!


Dave from Seattle

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