Eymet, France (PRWEB) December 06, 2013
France Property Magazine was launched on October 1st 2013 and is now read by subscribers in China, Hong Kong, Brazil, Russia, India, United Kingdom, Unites States, France, Germany. Having covered Paris and grand country estates in issues 1 and 2, issue 3 highlights the opportunities open to those seeking prime French real estate in the French Alps with a proven ability to deliver returns over the long term.
Having held its value throughout the great recession and, more recently, the French government’s announcement of punitive taxes for high earning residents, the price of luxury French ski property is now on the rise. High net-worth foreign investors have realized that buying a second-home in the French Alps is a wise investment, now more than ever, as asset rich French nationals sell property that has not been on the market for a generation and prepare to emigrate.
“In recently published global research, Chamonix has been identified as the 19th most desirable place for investment in luxury real estate.” Stated Rory Ramsden, managing editor and publisher of France Property Magazine. “A 34% growth in the ultra high net worth segment has fuelled demand for ultra-prime secondary residences in exclusives enclaves around the world. New wealth sources from Russia and the Middle East are driving property purchases in these leisure enclaves. French ski property is seen as a safe investment in a turbulent world.”
Issue #3 of France Property Magazine covers market news, design, legal and financial issues associated with buying French ski property. As an interactive digital magazine exclusively on the iTunes Newsstand, 26 videos of ultra prime property for sale can be watched then and there without leaving the page you are on. The magazine can be read on iPads and iPhones in graphical or text format. Subscriptions cost €6.99 per issue and are available at http://bit.ly/H63ZWv
France Property Magazine is unique in focusing exclusively on ultra-prime French property be that in Paris, the French Alps or the Cote d’Azur. Future issues will also cover French property for sale in Provence, Bordeaux and Burgundy.
Managing Editor - France Property Magazine
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