Here comes the end of a summer that lasted so long that the passage to winter nearly occurs without autumn transition. And so, everyone is getting ready for the end of year celebrations in bright sunshine and warm temperature. Christmas trees, Santa Claus, nicely wrapped presents in shop windows and busy parents in toyshops almost look anachronistic…
The current winter Petit Immo issue presents an endearing person, Yannn Lejeune, some of Nice late lamented monuments, le Casino de la Jetée, the Rhul hotel and the Lenval Foundation. The calendar invites you to visit exhibitions of contemporary art at Galerie Depardieu and MAMAC, watch Shakespeare’s Henry V revisited in WWI at TNN and take part in a race on the mythical Promenade des Anglais.
As usual, in the tax column, specialists unveil the subtleties implied in the change of your creditor insurance. The real estate section gives a sneak preview of what Century 21 Lafage Transactions puts on the market either for business or for residence. It is an invitation to entering one of their seven agencies for more information, the agencies running from Nice Carré d’Or to Saint Jean Cap Ferrat via the hinterland. There, you will meet agents at your service, ready to make you visit the property you are interested in, make you compare it to others and define with you the parameters the real estate you wish to acquire has to oﬀer so as to sharpen the research and succeed in combining your needs and desires. With this aim in mind, they provide you with their expertise and ensure administrative follow-up by guiding you through the procedure that buying and selling property require.
Benjamin Mondou, managing director and all the teams of Century 21 Lafage Transactions, the Petit Immo editorial board wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.