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Q: Most international viewed websites for real estate in Paris, France ( Answered 3 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: Most international viewed websites for real estate in Paris, France
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: jchouraqui-ga
List Price: $100.00
Posted: 16 Aug 2006 08:34 PDT
Expires: 15 Sep 2006 08:34 PDT
Question ID: 756604
I am looking to sell a luxury house in Paris (Montmartre district). I
would like to find the most efficient websites (moste viewed) for that
type of acquisition by foreigners (non-french) people who would like
to acquire houses in Paris. ($50)
Subject: Re: Most international viewed websites for real estate in Paris, France
Answered By: politicalguru-ga on 21 Aug 2006 11:26 PDT
Rated:3 out of 5 stars
Dear jchouraqui, 

Here are several popular sites among expatriates in France or
foreigners who?d like to purchase or rent property in the country.

Escape Artist ? Real Estate in Paris, France 
One of the most important sites for the expatriate community. You can
list your property here: 

Viviun ? International Property Listing (for Paris. France) 
You can list your property here: 

This site specialises in real estate in France. Advertise here: 

Green Acres specialises in real estate in France. Ad
yourself here:

International Listings - specializes in luxury homes for sale worldwide
Listing information is here: 

Other Sites:
Craig?s List Paris Real Estate for Sale - Craig?s List is not so popular in
Europe as it is in the US, but:
-	Many Americans turn to Craig?s List as their first source of information; 
-	Advertising, unlike most ?professional? and highly popular sites in
this list, is for free, so you have nothing to lose.
In order to advertise, click ?post? on the top right corner, or follow this link: 

Franglo is more popular among the expat community in Paris itself
. Again, listing is for free. - unlike ?The Escape
Artist?, this is not a hugely popular site, but again, advertising is
for free, at: 

Flat-Hunter = a Paris based real-estate
agency. It is included because the site is relatively popular.

? this Parisian real-estate agency has also a relatively popular
website (

An article of interest: 
David A. Andelman, ?Paris: Expat Real Estate Boom?, Forbes, June 8,
2005, - The
links there would be probably followed by potential buyers and people
that might be interested in your apartment.

Another, similar article of interest that would cater your potential clients is 
Deborah Baldwin , ?You'll Always Have Paris?, New York Times, June
23rd, 2006.
? here, too, the services listed there are bound to be highly popular
among Americans. However, there?s a ?catch? here. All of the sites
mentioned are of agencies acting as a ?go-between? ? where you can
list your property through their ?contact us? page and not freely:

My Home in Paris 
Contact Us 

Paris Real Estate Finders 
Contact Us 

My Flat in Paris 
Contact Us 

Contact : 

I hope this answers your question. Please contact me if you need any
clarification on this answer before you rate it.

Request for Answer Clarification by jchouraqui-ga on 29 Aug 2006 07:57 PDT
Thank you for you research. The only thing is that I would like to
classify this as a 'luxury house' and would more be willing to try to
focus on these kind of websites. The provided addresses are highly
interesting but have a very wide audience.

Could you be more specific on the 'luxury' side?



Clarification of Answer by politicalguru-ga on 29 Aug 2006 12:19 PDT
Dear Jerome, 

Here are a few sites, but it is possible that the best way to sell
such a property would be through off-line magazines catering affluent
people and their lifestyle.

Lux Residence

Luxury Lifestyle (classifieds)
(advertising information here:

Stay Paris
<> - although most are
for short rentals

To list your property with Sotheby's
Home Selling
jchouraqui-ga rated this answer:3 out of 5 stars
Good search and good paths for me to follow

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