Place des Vosges in Vogue

Place des Vosges in Vogue

Place des Vosges

Place des Vosges — the Chicest Address in Paris


French Property Insider

May 1 , 2008
Paris, France


Bonjour French Property Insider Subscriber,

It’s May Day and a fine day in Paris as the whole country is taking a break from their everyday routines.

In traditional fashion, I lunched on the Place des Vosges with a friend. This is Paris’ prettiest squares…and its most important residential address. Scoring an apartment on this 400-year-old Place is as good as it gets.

One of our clients recently did this and today we offer you two amazing properties on the Place just come available. One is particularly special for a very exclusive buyer. Be sure to read more about the Place and these incredible offerings.

Then, don’t miss the Hot Properties with more apartments available in the immediate vicinity of Place des Vosges.

If you want to learn more about Fractional Ownership, now’s your chance with "Design Your Own" — a new program we’ve just launched so that you, your friends and even perfect strangers, can pool your resources to create the pied-à-terre of your dreams.

Paris property prices are up, up, up once again. Read the report from the Chambre de Notaires at the end of January 2008.

Our lender, UCB, is now offering loans on new-builds and renovations with or without deferring the payments! What a great way to get your revenue-generating rental apartment off the ground without cash outlay.

And if you haven’t seen us yet on House Hunters International, scroll down for the next times and dates to view the program.

Next week we’ll be reporting on Normandy after a weekend of touring to the ten most important spots in this historic and beautiful region.

A bientôt…

Adrian LeedsAdrian Leeds
Editor, French Property Insider
Email: [email protected]

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Volume VI, Issue 18, May 1, 2008

* May Day at Place des Vosges
* For Sale at Paris’ Chicest Address
* Design Your Own Paris Pied-à-terre
* Paris Property Price Update
* Financing French New Build Properties and Renovations
* Reducing Currency Risk for Retirees
* Upcoming Living and Investing in France Real Estate Conferences
* French Property Consultation on House Hunters International – New Dates!
* FPI Property Consultation, Search and Relocation Solutions
* Today’s Currency Update from Moneycorp
* Next Parler Paris Après-Midi: May 13, 2008
* Hot Property Picks: Paris’ "Vogue Place" to Live
* Leasebacks: Domaine de Cramphore, France, Atlantic Coast, Le Pouliguen
* Managing Your FPI Subscription
* Classified Advertising: Parler Paris Apartments — Le Déco!


Place des VosgesMay Day is My Day at the Place des Vosges
An Excerpt from Parler Paris
Wednesday, April 30, 2008
By Adrian Leeds

In one day the leaves appeared. Or so it seemed.

I can remember once sitting under the thick rows of plane trees at the 400-year-old Place des Vosges one spring literally watching the leaves grow and open before my very eyes. This ‘snap shot’ was taken j

ust yesterday in a
brief moment without much contemplation. It just IS that beautiful.

It’s a tradition to celebrate Labor Day in France with a picnic on the grass at the Place des Vosges, a perfectly symmetrically square apartment complex made of brick and stone that is reminiscent of Jackson Square in New Orleans, which was actually fashioned after it. This year should be no different as May 1st is fast upon us…tomorrow in fact!

Originally named The Place Royale, the one-time gated community (you once needed a key to enter its gates) was built by Henri IV from 1605 to 1612 as a true square (140 meters x 140 meters) on the site of the Hôtel des Tournelles and its gardens. It was here that during a tournament, Henri II was wounded and died.

Until 2001, the "Pelouse Interdite" or "Pelouse au Repose" ("Keep off the Grass") signs marked the thick grassy triangles, but now you’ll find it wall to wall with sun worshipers and picnickers. There is something quite comforting about its symmetry and formal gardens, even if wedged into such intimate spaces while munching on your baguette sandwich.

Place des VosgesA few weeks ago, one of our lucky clients scored a duplex apartment on the Place, Paris’ chicest residential address and most valuable if not most expensive property. Finding available property within its sacred walls is as almost as difficult as getting the Democratic Party nomination for presidency of the United States.

The apartment, on the top floors with views on the courtyard and the adjacent "Hôtel Particulier" on rue de Turenne, is currently under complete renovation and will be made available at some future date for rental to visitors when the Aussie owners aren’t occupying it. I bet they won’t want to give it up so easily!

Past Minister of Culture, Jack Lang, who we have to thank for having created the annual "Fête de la Musique" in 1981, lives in the same building. And just yesterday I visited another apartment in the same building, by sheer coincidence. The enormously spacious and magnificently appointed apartment in a very historical part of the building, was once owned by the son of an artist (whose name is a household word and which cannot be divulged here) is being made exclusively for sale only to very special qualifying buyers. (We were the first to see it!)

We also visited another smaller apartment for sale ‘down the road’ of vaulted archways next to the famous Michelin three-star restaurant, L’Ambroisie. it was more like a "petite maison" with floor to ceiling windows on the courtyard, down a narrow cobble-stoned street hidden behind the buildings set on the Place. You’d never know it existed there, but from its steps one could see the beautiful Hôtel de Sully peeking behind the double garage that was an added bonus.

You all know how much I love my Marais apartment in its 17th-century Hôtel Particulier building with its lovely cobblestoned courtyard and elegant staircase, but given an opportunity to trade it for a little corner in the Place des Vosges…that kind of May day would make my day.


Place des VosgesDream Properties on the Place des Vosges
An Special Offering of FPI…


Once owned by the son of a famous artist and appointed throughout with artisanal features created by the owner himself, this spacious two-level 165 square-meter apartment is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase a historic part of the Place des Vosges with famous neighbors. On the 3rd and 4th floor with an elevator, double parking spaces and a cellar, there are two bedrooms and two bathrooms, each on different levels of the apartment. The living space and the kitchen/breakfast room are all very spacious and elegant. Naturally, the apartment could be renovated to create more individual rooms — there is no shortage of possibilities.

Seven rooms, 164.6 m2, 2,300,000€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fee*

*Less a savings of approximately 165,000€!!…to be disclosed to only qualified and serious buyers.

Place des Vosges apartmentA CORNER IN THE PLACES DES VOSGES!!

In the corner and down a small street beyond a beautiful courtyard in the Place des Vosges, next to the famous Michelin three-star restaurant L’Ambroisie, with views on the Hôtel de Sully, sits this apartment-house-studio with large picture windows comprising a spacious 36 square-meter living room with 4 meter-high ceilings, a fully equipped kitchen, a bedroom with bath and separate toilet, a second bedroom with shower and separate toilet plus a cellar, attic and two enclosed parking spaces.

Three rooms, 80.8 m2, 1,160,000€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fees

Place des Vosges apartmentEditor’s Note: If you are seriously interested in either of these Place des Vosges properties, contact Adrian Leeds directly at [email protected]




Design Your Own Fractional Ownership Property
With "French Property Fractional"
by Adrian Leeds

Fractional ownership may be a hot concept!…but we’re making it even hotter!

A new division of the Adrian Leeds Group, LLC, "French Property Fractional" is the newest and hottest way to own your piece of Paris simply, easily and inexpensively without the hassles of purchasing it on your own, but with all the benefits of doing it yourself.

What’s Fractional Ownership?

A hybrid of direct ownership and time sharing, it combines the best elements of both. The primary differences are that while timeshares involve many shares in a large complex with “resort” amenities and costs built specifically for that purpose, fractional ownership is joint ownership by only a few individuals in a single property whose value can easily be determined on the open market.

Most Paris fractional property opportunities are properties that have been purchased, renovated and decorated by one developer who then sells off the shares. Most of these offerings sell six to twelve shares to minimize the investment amount while maximizing the size, location and quality of the apartment.

What’s new about "designing your own" property?

While this system works well for many investors, we found that there are large numbers of individuals who would like to combine the benefits of traditional fractional ownership with single-party ownership, enjoying more time to personally use the property, having more decision-making power about the property, more input and more control. We believe that YOU want to feel like the property is really YOURS — and it is!! So, why not have a more personal relationship with the property.

Here’s how French Property Fractional works:


Our team is offering a property CONCEPT…to search and find the following property to be shared between only a very small group of owners — four to six:


SIZE: 35 to 45 square meters (377 to 485 square feet)
ROOMS: two rooms — one bedroom apartment, with bedroom on a courtyard for quiet, full bath (perhaps bath + separate toilet) and open American-style kitchen
LOCATION: Le Marais, districts 3 or 4
LEVEL: No higher than 3rd floor (European) without an elevator
BUILDING TYPE: 17th, 18th or 19th-century (no newer buildings!)
AMENITIES: lots of light, nice views, fireplace or balcony or patio, secured storage for personal belongings, all new kitchen and bath fixtures, all the luxurious comforts

4 shares, 135,000€ each, 3 months of usage per year
5 shares, 108,000€ each, 10 weeks + 2 days of usage per year
6 shares, 90,000€ each, 2 months of usage per year

Total 540,000€

USAGE: Owners determine their own usage calendar and have
complete flexibility to arrange their calendar among themselves


* Full price of the property including agency fees.
* All notarial and legal fees.
* Property search and consultation fees.
* Complete renovation and furnishing of property to luxury standards by professional interior architect and contractor within certain budgetary constraints.


Members of the purchase pool must be willing to invest the full amount of at least one of six, one of five or one of four shares to be held in an escrow account to fund the property search, purchase and renovation.

The search will commence upon commitment in writing and receipt of funds from all members of the purchase pool with an agreed upon allowance for a minimum of 90 days to locate the property.

Upon location of a property that fits the above parameters, a memo with photos and description of the property will be sent to all members who may decide at that time to approve or decline the property in a timely manner — within 48 hours of receipt of the memo. Any group which is able to approve the found property with a combined total of 540,000€ will enable the purchase process to proceed.

Members of the purchase pool will provide proxy to the Adrian Leeds Group, LLC to sign notarial documents on their behalf: the Promesse de Vente and Acte de Vente — allow 3 to 4 months to completion.

Three decor concepts that fit within the renovation budget will be presented to the purchase pool for voting and will be executed by the interior architect and construction team. Any choices made by the purchase pool outside the framework of the budget will be charged over and above the initial fees. Allow 2 to 3 months to completion.

Members of the purchase pool will appoint one spokesperson for the purchase pool to make day-to-day decisions and act as a "liaison" between all members of the purchase pool.

NOTE: The Adrian Leeds Group, LLC will offer optional property management services upon completion of the sale and renovation at an additional expense to oversee the maintenance of the property, provide housekeeping between owners’ visits, manage the calendar of owner visits, pay all annual taxes, utility bills, etc. OR the group may operate fully on its own upon completion of the process.

If you are interested in participating in a purchase pool for "MY PIED-A-TERRE IN LE MARAIS," email Adrian Leeds at [email protected]

If you are interested in traditional fractional ownership properties currently offered by our Fractional Ownership partners, see below:



Languedoc-Roussillon: MAISON BLEUE


Paris rooftopsParis Property Price Report for January 2008
By Adrian Leeds

Over the course of three months, from November 2007 through January 2008, the price of apartments in Paris continued to increase rapidly with an appreciation of 2.4%, even though this holiday period is traditionally a time when property sales and prices decrease.

Over the course of one year, from January 2007 through January 2008, Paris apartment prices appreciated 10.1% compared with 9.9% for the prior year (January 2006 through January 2007).

House prices on the Ile-de-France have not had the same success with a 9.6% gain January 2006 to January 2007, but a gain of only 3.7% January 2007 to January 2008.


UCBUCB Financing New Builds and Renovations with or without Deferred Payments
From UCB – A BNP Paribas Company

Customers with new builds or renovation projects, involving stage payments, have the choice between:
* paying back capital and interest from first release of funds, pro-rata to the amount used,
* benefiting from up to 36 months deferment which in turn can be of two kinds:
– deferment of capital payments
– deferment of capital and interest payments.

This article specifically addresses the deferment options which are tailor-made mortgage solutions for new property built off plan (VEFA contract), construction of new property or renovation works. They optimize financial flows, enabling customers to match mortgage repayment and rental income.

Fixed interest rate for up to 39 months
These are variable rate mortgages including a deferred payment period of 1 to 36 months. The interest rate is fixed during the deferment period and the first 3 months of the repayment period. Thereafter, it is adjusted quarterly in accordance with the variations of the Euribor 3 month index. Rate variations first affect the duration of the loan rather than the monthly payments.

The customer can choose a deferment period of up to 3 years depending on the expected date of completion of the property but can end this and start repaying capital earlier if the property is completed ahead of schedule or for any other reason.

UCB do not charge a commitment fee on the unreleased funds for VEFA (off plan) or “contrat de construction de maisons individuelles”. However a 1.5% fee
is charged for unreleased funds for renovation projects.

Two options during the deferment period:
– Deferment of capital: the customer pays only interest and the life insurance premium.
– Deferment of capital and interest: the customer only pays the life insurance premium.


* Purpose: Purchase of new property “off plan” with VEFA contract, construction of a new house and renovation works.

* Minimum amount: €75,000
* Term: From 7 to 25 years including the deferred payment period.
* Loan to Value: Maximum loan to value for deferment of capital payments only.
– Leaseback: 80% of price including VAT, furniture and notary’s fees.
– Other properties: 85% of price including agent’s fees and renovation costs, subject to valuation.

Maximum loan to value for deferment of capital and interest payments.
– Leaseback: 75% of price including VAT, furniture and notary’s fees.
– Other properties: 80% of price including agent’s fees and renovation costs, subject to valuation.

* Security: 1st charge on the property.
* Lump sum capital repayment (early redemption): Possible at any time in minimum amounts of 10% of the original amount of capital borrowed.

Early redemption fees: 1% of the outstanding capital prior to repayment during the first 8 years. No penalty thereafter as long as the rate remains variable.

* Flexible options: Option to convert to a fixed rate for the remaining term; free of charge, on the basis of the TEC 10 index + margin.

Financial Conditions

* Interest rates: Special deferred payment mortgage. Please refer to our latest interest rate conditions, updated on a monthly basis.
* Arrangement fee: 1% of the amount borrowed (min €700 / max €1,500).
* Life Assurance: CNP Life assurance cover is compulsory up to the loan amount.

Special Conditions

In the case of capital and interest deferment, the personal quotation and mortgage offer assume release of funds in full immediately and maximum accrued interest carried forward.

In all cases, the instalments after the deferred payment period are indicated in
the quote or mortgage offer. They are sub
ject to certain conditions and subject to possible modification in the definitive repayment table issued at the end of the deferred period.

Editor’s Note: For more information regarding a mortgage with UCB or other lenders, visit or email mailto:[email protected]


MoneycorpHow to Hedge Currency Risk If You Retire Abroad
By Kelly Greene
April 19, 2008
The Wall Street Journal

"We want to retire to Europe within the next five years. We will continue to draw a pension in U.S. dollars. What, if anything, can be done to protect us from the ravages of the exchange rate?" — Bob Powell, Geneva, Ill.

Living in Europe — an idea romanticized by the best-sellers-turned-movies "Under the Tuscan Sun" and "A Year in Provence" — is getting ever more expensive. Earlier this week, the euro hit a record $1.5983 against the dollar.

But if you’re still itching to live the expatriate life in retirement, it’s smart to think about ways to hedge your risk that the U.S. dollar could continue its lackluster performance. You can do so — for a fee — with help from a currency broker.

Moneycorp Inc., for example, a San Francisco currency specialist, helps individuals manage their foreign-currency exposure. "We basically help individuals do what big corporations do to protect themselves against foreign-exchange fluctuations," says Ward Naughton, president of Moneycorp’s North American operation…

To read the entire article, visit

Editor’s Note: Moneycorp Currency Specialist, Jody Cracknell has provided this correction to one point in the article: "We do not take a 15% deposit in order to start these contracts. In fact, it’s about half that: we usually only take the last month’s payment as a deposit, and on our longest contracts we’ll take the last two months’ payments as a deposit." To contact Moneycorp for your currency transfers, visit


Eiffel TowerAdrian Leeds, of Parler Paris and French Property Insider and John Howell, The International Law Partnership, Present the…

Living and Investing
in France Real Estate Conference

Upcoming Conferences in 2008:

Date: June 22, 2008
Location: International Law Partnership Offices, Holborn Hall, 193-197 High Holborn, London WC1V 7BD
Times: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with buffet lunch
Limit: 25 attendees
Registration Fee: £147 1st person, £97 2nd person

For more information, email [email protected]

To reserve your place, click here
to download the registration form, print it, complete it, sign it and fax it to +1 (661) 554-1257.

To check the current rate of exchange, click here for the Moneycorp Currency Convertor.

San Francisco
Date: July 26-27, 2008
Location: San Francisco, Alliance Francaise, 1345 Bush Street, San Francisco, California 94109
Times: To Be Announced
Limit: 80
Registration Fee: To Be Announced

For more information, email [email protected]

Date: October 11-12, 2008
Location: Paris Chez Jenny
Times: To Be Announced
Limit: 100
Registration Fee: To Be Announced

For more information, email [email protected]


See French Property Consultation on House Hunters International!

Episode HHINT-402

"Settling Down in Paris"

Angela and Ben met in 2003 when they lived in Los Angeles working for the same clothing company. Now, the two are engaged to be married. When Ben started receiving frequent overseas work, the company believed he’d be more valuable in Paris, so they happily relocated. They immediately moved into a cozy rental in the 17th district near the Arc de Triomphe and started to explore the different neighborhoods of Paris. The pair is now ready to take the big leap and purchase an apartment to stay
for good. Property consultant Adrian Lee
ds is enlisted to help.

• May 05, 2008 10:30 PM ET/PT
• May 06, 2008 2:30 AM ET/PT
• May 31, 2008 10:30 PM ET/PT
• June 01, 2008 2:30 AM ET/PT




Visit the FPI Web site and click on the link on the left panel or click here for Currency Convertor by Moneycorp:
for up to the minute conversions of all major currencies.

Compare currency values easily and quickly by visiting:

The charts below are updated every ten seconds.

The prices shown are "inter bank" exchange rates and are not the rates that you will be offered by Moneycorp. Your rate will be determined by the amount of currency that you are buying. Please speak with an Moneycorp dealer or your consultant for a live quotation.


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Come for a drink and to meet and chat with other readers in Paris…

The next gathering is May 13, 2008, and every second Tuesday of the month.




HOT PROPERTY PICKS: Paris’ "Vogue Place" to Live

Each week French Property Insider features a range of properties which we believe are on the market at the time of writing. These properties are featured in order to give readers a sample of what is currently available and a working example of prices being asked in various regions of France and districts of Paris.

As we are not a real estate agency. These properties do not constitute a sales listing. For those readers seriously interested in finding property in Paris or France, you can retain our services to do the whole thing for you. For more information, visit

Place des Vosges property***Paris, 4th Arrondissement, 3 rooms, approx. 54m²

Two steps to Place des Vosges, on the second floor of an old building, beautiful three room apartment with entrance, living room, open, equipped kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom, separate toilet. In perfect condition.

Asking Price: 525,000€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fee


Place des Vosges property

Place des Vosges property***Paris, 4th Arrondissement, 4 rooms, approx. 96m²

Exclusive! In an old building near Place des Vosges, lovely apartment with entrance, large living room, large kitchen, fully equipped, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with shower and bathtub, separate toilet. Wood floors and high ceilings, large cellar.

Asking Price: 890,000€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fee


Place des Vosges property

Place des Vosges property***Paris, 4th Arrondissement, 3 rooms, approx. 85m²

Near Place des Vosges, on the third floor. American style kitchen and dining room, living room, bedroom, bathroom, toilet. Tiles, beams, fireplace, quiet, bright, full of charm.

Asking Price: 900,000€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fee




France, Atlantic C

oast, Le Pouliguen


Studio 28m² to 29m² €157,000 to €173,000

One Bedroom 29m² to 45m² €170,000 to €303,000


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Pouliguen is a seaside resort, famous for its beaches and walkways on the coast of the Guerande Peninsula, just five kilometres from the fashionable resort of La Baule. Situated on the Domaine de Cramphore Estate, discover this inviting residence comprising 69 apartments among which 48 apartments and 45 underground car-parks will be commercialized.

A semi-circular 3-storey residence, fully renovated, comprising authentic bourgeois style houses from the turn of the century: Residence facilities include fully equipped separate kitchens, fitness room, sauna, bubble bath, 2-hectare estate with flowered gardens, hundred year-old pine tree forest, swimming pool with paddling pool and underground parking garage.

* Renovated apartments and common areas
* Renewed and repainted façades
* Stone façades and slate roofs
* Bright and spacious interiors
* Terrace or loggias

This is a property with stays allowing owners the opportunity to vacation within their property for up to 8 weeks per year for a reduced rental return. Owners may also exchange their weeks to be used in other residences serviced by the same management company. In addition, when taking additional vacation weeks (those weeks not specified within the commercial lease) investor’s will benefit from a 15-20% discount off the public rate within the residence concerned or any other residence serviced by the same management company! This affords investors the freedom of vacationing where and when they want.



When you make a purchase as important as a piece of real estate in a foreign country, you want to know that you can trust the people you are dealing with. Adrian Leeds has developed a network of professionals that meet only the highest of standards. With the expertise and experience of Adrian and her team, you can depend on getting the best advice and support to feel completely confident that you are making an informed investment decision.

Let us help you secure a mortgage in France at a competitive interest rate. Visit for more information or contact [email protected]


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Le Déco
One-Bedroom, Sleeps up to 4

From the quiet, residential rue Saint-Sébastien, walk up a mere dozen steps into this beautiful, newly renovated one-bedroom apartment. No effort has been spared to create a sophisticated, comfortable environment that provides you with all the modern conveniences, and the opportunity to experience romantic Paris to the fullest, whether as first time tourists, or as seasoned visitors who prefer to live like Parisians. Le Déco’s stylish interior combines contemporary design with Art Deco flourishes, while retaining elements of its 19th-century French heritage in its original wood beamed ceiling and marble fireplace. Its three large French windows with wrought iron railings provide a pleasant view of the rue Saint-Sébastien neighborhood.

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