VINGT Paris featured in The Epoch Times, July 2015
VINGT Paris featured in The Sunday Times, June 2015
“French owners don’t do up their properties before they put them on the market,” says says Susie Hollands, CEO of the selling agent, Vingt Paris.
“There’s no point, as it will still sell fast. And no one invests in improving the common areas, which can be a surprise to foreign buyers.
VINGT Paris featured in Property Mall, June 2015
Susie Hollands, CEO & Founder of leading Paris Property Agents VINGT Paris, commented: “This is the time to invest in Paris, this is where international investors wish to live and invest because of the city’s fantastic lifestyle. Its culture, cuisine, reputation for intellectualism and abundance of beautiful homes make Paris a world-class city, plus it has excellent international schools, a solid infrastructure and excellent transport network.
VINGT Paris featured in OPP Today, June 2015
Susie Hollands, Chief Executive Officer of VINGT Paris says, “We have seen a big increase in Americans looking for a home in Paris. They are spending between €500,000 to €3 million on a property in the area’s best addresses such as the left bank in St Germain, The Marais and the Golden triangle..”
VINGT Paris featured in Financial Times Weekend, April 2015
On the market for €3.5m through Vingt Paris, this three-bedroom apartment comes with a contemporary art collection worth €1m, featuring works by Julian Opie and Catherine Yass, among others.
VINGT Paris featured on Luxurious Magazine – April 2015
Leading boutique estate agent VINGT Paris, is delighted to offer a specially curated three bedroom Art House at Etoile Parc Monceau, complete with unique contemporary art works worth €1 million.
VINGT Paris featured in Daily Mail Online – March 2015
Susie Hollands, CEO and founder of VINGT Paris, the boutique agency selling the home, described it as a ‘piece of art in itself’.
VINGT Paris featured in French Property News Magazine – Complete France March 2015
Ah, French village life. Trinkling bicycles and family-run boulangeries; chit-chat
over choosing veg at the weekly market; perhaps a deux-chevaux rambling unsteadily along a cobbled street. This picture of Gallic perfection is what many of us yearn for, on holiday or in retirement, as a peaceful retreat from the ubiquitous rat race that seems to consume our lives.