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A quick reminder of the perks of buying new ski homes in the Alps

Just like choosing a new home in the UK, when you buy a ski property you can opt to purchase a resale property from a private vendor or buy something brand new from a developer – either off-plan or something newly built. At Skiingproperty.com, however, we believe the latter option...

Posted on 15 October 2013

Ski and Snowboad Show brings the slopes to London and Manchester!

Skiers and owners of ski homes who simply can’t wait to get out to the Alps should treat themselves to a visit to the Ski and Snowboard Show, which takes place at Earls Court 2 in London from 30th October to 3rd November and EventCity in Manchester from 25th to...

Posted on 12 October 2013

Skiing in Courchevel makes “World’s best ski runs” list

A red ski run in Courchevel has been included in the world’s top 10 ski runs, as chosen by the UK newspaper the Daily Telegraph, making the resort an even more appealing place to own a ski property. The three-kilometre run, called the Combe de La Saulire, runs down to...

Posted on 09 October 2013

Buying costs to edge higher – don’t delay buying a French ski home!

Anyone on the verge of buying a property in the French Alps could save a few euros by completing their purchase by the end of the year, as stamp duty in France is expected to rise at the end of 2013. The cap on tax levied on buyers when they...

Posted on 08 October 2013

France: world’s favourite place to ski and home to its biggest ski area

Did you know that the French Alps is home to the world’s largest ski area, namely the Les 3 Vallées in the Savoie department, and that recent figures show that France is the most popular place to ski in the world? It’s these kind of facts that make ski property ownership...

Posted on 04 October 2013

New CGT rules, but what other taxes can homeowners expect?

The year-long period during which vendors of property in France get a discount of 25 per cent on both capital gains tax (CGT) and the social charges kicked off in September, with hopes it will fuel sales in the property market, including in Alpine resorts. Also from 1st September, the...

Posted on 03 October 2013

Tempted by a more flexible form of leaseback ski home?

The growing popularity of year-round short breaks in the French Alps has prompted the region’s biggest developer to introduce greater flexibility in the way its leaseback apartments are let, in order to maximise rental income. Traditionally MGM has offered holiday home buyers, who also seek a guaranteed long-term investment, a...

Posted on 01 October 2013

Tignes to benefit from new ‘village’ opening for 2013/2014 season

An exciting new ‘village’ within Tignes in the French Alps  will be up and running this ski season, making the resort an even more appealing place to own a ski property. The former Les Boisses area of popular Tignes is undergoing a €150million transformation, which will see it renamed ‘Tignes 1800',...

Posted on 24 September 2013

New website takes the hassle out of getting to your ski home

Organizing transfers from the airport to your ski property in the Alps has got easier thanks to the launch of a new website that matches travellers’ specific needs with local transfer and taxi firms, allowing them to find the best prices and service before flying. FindTransfers.com has developed a system...

Posted on 17 September 2013

Weaker euro and low rates – great conditions for buying in the Alps!

Ski homes in the French Alps got cheaper for UK buyers recently, thanks to nothing more than the euro losing value against Sterling. Given that interest rates in France are still at historic lows and there are some very attractive euro mortgage deals available, could autumn be an ideal time...

Posted on 10 September 2013

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