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Living and Renting in Paris
Living in an unfamiliar city can be a bit overwhelming. Because we want your stay in Paris to be as pleasant and rewarding as possible, we've provided some valuable information about living and renting in Paris.
Modified for the tax year 2013, the taxe sur les logements vacants (TLV)*, or the Vacant Housing Tax in France, concerns owners of rental property that is left vacant under specific conditions.
France has become fiscally less welcoming towards its non-residents. Because so many legal fiscal changes concern real estate, Paris Rental wants to give you a clear and precise view on what to expect for 2013.
In the event of a fire, remember that every second counts, so you and your family must be prepared. To prevent a tragedy, just follow these simple steps:
Intended for both owners and tenants, the third edition of the guide in French, Vide ou meublée : La location mode d'emploi (published in Spring 2012), details the new regulations of the furnished and unfurnished rental market in Paris. In clear language, you will discover how French taxation works, the purpose of a security deposit, how to write a lease, do an inventory of a furnished apartment, how to terminate the lease, etc.