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Chalets, ski apartments, ski-in ski-out properties for sale in the French Alps
It doesn't matter whether you're looking for a tiny studio to enjoy yourself or a luxury ski chalet to rent out as a business - you can't beat France. The food is great, travel is easy, the resorts are first rate. So many good things are guaranteed.
To help the ski property buyer find what they are looking for we've created a new area within the French Property Links website. Dedicated exclusively to French ski property - you'll find links to articles covering the most popular resorts, and pages highlighting the very best property currently on the market. If you are in the market for a ski property add it to your list of favourites!
We've got one of the biggest ranges of ski property in France. So whether it's an apartment, a leaseback or a full chalet we'll have something to match your requirements.
If you have a French ski property to sell then take advantage of our great advertising offer. If you are an agent then you can get a no obligation free trial to test us out. And if you are a private seller then you can place an advert with the added benefit of a money back guarantee if you are not satisfied (subject to terms). Just click on the red SELL YOUR PROPERTY tab above.
If skiing is your thing and you've always yearned for a property in the mountains, this article may help you move one step closer to achieving that goal. It outlines the different types of ski property available, advises where you might look, and even suggests how you might be able to afford it. Read our intro to buying a ski property.
If you're looking for a ski property in 2017, you need to pay attention to the age old mantra: location, location, location. Of course you will have the choice of old or new styling, complex or village and the usual variations, but what really makes or breaks the success of your venture is the right ski resort. Read on for our guide to the best French resorts for buying a ski property.
This article discusses those areas of France which make up the French Alps and the property that might be found here. It suggests resorts and towns to look at, indicates where you might find the cheapest and the most expensive properties, and also gives you an idea of why the Alps are so popular with those searching for property in France.
When people think of buying property in the French Alps, it is usually with skiing and winter sports in mind, even though summer in the Alps can be just as active and just as stunning. This article selects five of the best alpine villages that offer the best of both worlds (being popular in both summer and winter), highlighting what each of them has to offer in summer.
If you've dreamt about buying property in France but never thought you'd be able to afford it, then this guide may be of interest to you. It describes how you can make this a reality, through a leaseback property. This article explains what leaseback actually means, outlines the advantages and disadvantages of buying such property, and gives you an idea as to how you might finance it. Many ski properties are available on leaseback - so you're better off if you know what it is by reading our guide to leaseback property.
If you're a keen skier and want to invest in your own ski chalet, this is the article for you. Find out what makes France a good choice for potential buyers and what the different mountain ranges and resorts have on offer. Also, learn about the French 'leaseback' scheme, which makes buying your own chalet more affordable than you might think. Read our guide to buying a French ski chalet.
The holy grail of a ski property - to ski out of your front door in the morning and ski straight back in the afternoon. No trekking to and fro in buses. Here are ten of the best ski in ski out properties currently for sale in France.
Apartments and chalets in the best ski resorts of France can be beyond the means of many. But, there is an answer. A compact but inexpensive studio, in a great location, could be your key to years of enjoyable skiing holidays. Here's our link to the 10 best ski studios currently on the market in France
For many buying your own ski apartment is an attractive idea. It offers years of fun-filled holidays on and off the pistes. And, where better to buy than France? With glorious scenery, great resorts and an authentic mountain culture, it's the perfect place. Here's a round-up of the best French apartments currently available.
Everyone knows that ski chalets in the desirable areas of the Alps don't come cheap. But, if you're prepared to take on some renovation work then the prices start looking better. And you can benefit from capital gains and/or rental income. So why not look at the ten great properties we've selected? Here are our pick of the best ski chalets for renovation in France.
A ski chalet with a swimming pool can cost an arm and a leg - but it doesn't have to - there are some which are very affordable. Have a look at ten of the best ski chalets for sale with a pool.
Two of the most popular alpine resorts are Chamonix and Samoens. But which one's best? We pitch them against each other to see which resort offers the most to property buyers. Find out which ski resort would suit you best. Will it be Chamonix or Samoens?
"The Three Valleys" is an area of the French Alps that is noted for its extensive skiing and popular resorts. An amalgamation of eight separate resorts, the Three Valleys ski area offers a choice of environment in addition to access to some of the best slopes in France. Read on for our Three Valleys property guide.
The Rhône-Alpes is known for its mountains, snow sports, lakes, spa towns and its stunning beauty. It's got a mean gastronomy too, and produces many of France's great wines. We've selected ten of the best properties on the market in the Rhône Alpes. Your dream home could be right here!
Fabulous skiing, beautiful views and great hospitality - Morzine has them all. And with a wide range of activities keeping the town lively all year round, could Morzine be the right place for you to invest in a property? We've picked out favourite 10 properties in Morzine.
The French resort of Morzine becomes more popular every year. With its origins as a traditional Savoyard village, the resort has managed to grow without losing its authentic appeal. And it's not only got access to some of the best skiing in the Alps, it offers year round activities. So if you're looking for a Morzine apartment here's our list of the best.
The "Morzine Property Market Monitor" gives you the insider's view of the market in the alpine destination of Morzine. It lists the most requested properties on the site in order of popularity. It's a great read whether you're an agent in Morzine, a buyer looking in Morzine or a private individual considering selling...
Thinking of buying a ski property in in 2017? Then you should read on... we've put a couple of the best resorts up against each other so you can see which would suit you best. Morzine or Saint Jean d'Aulps? This guide will help you decide.
The Portes du Soleil is an alpine ski area that encompasses both France and Switzerland. It's one of the world's two biggest ski areas, with thirteen ski resorts and a territory of around 400 square miles. Here's our fast track to the best property in Portes du Soleil.
If you are looking to buy or sell property in the Haute-Savoie, then read on to find out what Wendy's Houses can offer. They have specialist knowledge of the Morzine area gained over many years and take pride in providing both a professional and personal service. Find out how Wendy can help you
There are a lot of estate agencies in the French Alps. However, few bring the kind of local knowledge and family connections of Alpes Vente. So, if you're looking to buy or sell a property in this region, contacting Alpes Vente for an insider's view could be the smartest move you make. More information about Alpes Vente.
Jo MacGovern set up Geranium Immobilier three years ago. After her own extensive experience of working in property in the Alps, Jo wanted to create an agency that filled a gap in the market and that would really answer the needs of her clients. Read all about Geranium Immobilier.
Carrie Smith, owner and founder of the Alpine estate agency Pastures Greener, knows that success doesn't lie in tired old methods and business models. So she uses today's technology to ensure that clients receive the best advice and help available, to buy and sell property in the French mountains. Read all about Pastures Greener.
RMP Immobilier has been operating for more than 40 years, and uses its wealth of experience to provide you with all the information you need to find your perfect property. The agency covers the stunning Bozel Valley and Chamagny en Vanoise areas in the Savoie department in the French Alps. Find out more about the RMP Immobilier team.
Elise Pidolot-Raybaud set up Rhône-Alpes Property Services in 2008, after an extensive three year research period. During this time, Elise discovered exactly what her clients would need, identified the gaps in the existing market and determined how to make her business the best around. Find out more about Rhône-Alpes Property Services in our interview of their agency.
2 Valley Properties comprises four agencies and operates in the beautiful Haute-Savoie department in the French Alps. British estate agent Sharon Scott has fifteen years' experience of living and working in the area and is uniquely placed to help you find your dream home in the mountains. Find out more about 2 Valleys Properties
Twelve years of experience in the Alps provides the ideal background for Alpine Property to offer a very professional service. And, with a company ethos of absolute honesty, clients can rest assured they can trust the agency to take care of all their needs. Read our interview of Alpine Property SARL