Irish Investors showing strong interest in France

Irish property agents offering overseas investment and luxury properties such as vineyards have noticed a marked increase in interest from Irish investors over the past few months.

8th December, 2013
Chateau du Seuil, a 13th-century manor house on a 150-hectare estate in Aix-en-Provence in the south of France.

Irish property agents offering overseas investment and luxury properties such as vineyards have noticed a marked increase in interest from Irish investors over the past few months.

One such agent, David Stanley, who represents French luxury real estate firm, Emile Garcin, has noticed strong Irish interest in French vineyards, a sector he says Chinese, Brazilian and Russian investors are competing in.

''Vineyard prices have remained stable over the years, and are close to their true...

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