Rent out your property in France with HB Property

Do you own a apartment or villa in the South of France? Searching for additional income?

Renting out your house or holiday home is a great way to generate passive income and with Harrison Brook Property, we make it an easy and stress-free process.

France is the most popular tourist destination in the world visited by 85.7m foreign tourists in 2013 and with more people choosing to rent private accommodation as opposed to traditional hotels, there’s a real demand.

  • Isn’t renting out a property time consuming and stressful?

Not with Harrison Brook Property! With us you don’t need to worry about advertising the property, welcoming guests or property management. We’ll take care of all that for you and simply charge a fixed commission of 25%, there are no hidden charges.

  • What do you need to do to rent out your property in France?

Before we can put your home or apartment available to rent there must be no outstanding issues or maintenance required with the property.

The better the condition of the property, the more interest the property will attract. If you’re unsure about your property or would like some advice, our experienced team are available to help you get started.

How Harrison Brook will make renting out your property simple and stress-free?

HB Property has been created to support the many property owners who need to know that their investment is in good hands when they are not able to look after it personally.

We have carefully selected our team based on their experience and for their proven customer service and organisational skills.

If you are a property owner, who is looking to rent out your holiday home for short-term rentals, we can offer and provide the full range of property management services. We want you to enjoy your home when you visit, and relax in the knowledge that it is being professionally cared for when you are not there.

  • The Harrison Brook Way

We understand that quality is the key to success. We constantly check, monitor and seek feedback to ensure that we provide, deliver and exceed expectations.

We provide open and honest communication and easy to understand fees are important to us all. It is our goal to be transparent in all our communication whether it be spoken or written.

You can view our full contract and terms & conditions here.

  • Customer Service

All our staff and customers are important to us. Whether you are a property owner, a trades person or a holiday customer you can expect to be treated with respect and receive excellent customer service. Our team understand the value in listening to customers, supporting them with their requests and helping to resolve their issues, we want people to be delighted with the service they receive and return to us in the future.

If you’re disappointed your current property manager in Nice or looking for a property management company to work together with, please get in contact with our team to discuss our range of packages and solutions.

  • How much does it cost to rent out my property with HB Property?

We simply charge a flat commission fee of 25%, that’s it. There are no hidden fees and the commission includes full management of the property and rentals.

What else should you be considering for your holiday rental in France?

1. How much money can you make from renting your property?

How much you can make depends on the location, size, condition and availability of your property.

The French Riviera benefits from a long tourist season starting from the beginning of March to end of October. However there are also events during peak season which sees a large increase in visitors such as the Monaco Grand Prix and Cannes Film Festival.

A typical 2 bedroom property in Nice could be rented for around €900-€1200 for 7 nights depending on location and amenities.

2. What are the tax implications of renting out a property in France?

When renting out your property in France, you are liable to French income tax on rental earnings whether you’re living in France or not.

France has double taxation agreements with many countries, so you are unlikely to face being taxed twice on the same income.

If you have any questions regarding the tax implications of renting your property Harrison Brook’s financial advisers are on hand to answer any questions.

3. Buying a Property in a France

Buying a property in France is an attractive proposition to both property investors and lovers of French culture.

If you’re interesting in buying a property in France, at Harrison Brook our financial advisers can provide independent mortgage advice.

4. Talk to your Harrison Brook financial adviser or your mortgage adviser

Some mortgage lenders will need to know of your intentions to rent out your property.

Failure to tell your mortgage lender you are renting out your house may mean you are breaking the legal terms and conditions of your mortgage contract.

Harrison Brook Property is a sister company of Harrison Brook, the leading international broker of expatriate financial services, products and financial advice with offices in the UK and France. If you have any questions with the status of your mortgage an adviser would be delighted to help you.