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Investing abroad

Investing in property abroad can be interesting provided that administrative, tax and inheritance rules are taken into account.

The freedom of movement of capital allows savers to invest all or part of their assets outside France while complying with regulations against money laundering.
Investing abroad remains an opportunity, but it is advisable to obtain information beforehand in order to avoid the pitfalls. For example, buying a property abroad can offer good prospects for profitability and capital gains.

Indeed, who hasn't dreamed of owning a property in a sunny country like Tunisia!

However, investing abroad can be a real headache.
In order to avoid all complications, we intervene for you on the whole Tunisian territory to help you in the purchase of a real estate or the acquisition of a ground, we assist you from the opening of the bank account until the obtaining of the title of property.


Although it can be very tempting to invest abroad, a number of factors can make it very difficult:

Indeed, when you buy a property, you will have to read and sign a lot of documents. An official document (such as a provisional sale agreement, a property deed, etc.) is not always easy to understand, so imagine it in Tunisian! Moreover, the laws and clauses are different from one country to another. It is therefore important to be accompanied by an expert.

Secondly, the tax system. Indeed, it is very important to find out about the country's tax system. And yes, taxation differs from one country to another.

Thirdly, if after a few years you decide to sell your home bought abroad, be aware that it may be very difficult to repatriate the funds to France if you have failed to request certain documents from the Tunisian authorities since the purchase.

In Tunisia, 8 out of 10 properties sold were not in order in 2021.

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