Bordeaux Property For Sale – Gironde, South West France
March 13, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsThe wonderful city of Bordeaux sits at the head of Aquitaine; a region of South West France famous for its vineyards, its chateaux and gastronomy. It has been a city popular with British and Americans for many years. Of course this popularity has only increased as the city begun a process of rejuvenation a few years back – many make comparisons with the redevelopment of Manchester in England for example. However, those seeking property for sale in Bordeaux will still find an attractive range available to them at relatively low prices as compared to other major European cities. It is still possible to buy wonderful townhouses and apartments in the historic central areas of Bordeaux at less than 250k pounds sterling.
As a provider of marketing services to estate agents with property for sale in Bordeaux and South West France, David Seymour of Adept Marketing comments: "We are focussed on providing marketing services to property agents in Bordeaux and South West France in general. We deliver those services in both in English and in French. We use our specialist web site www.seymour-james.com/ to promote properties for sale in Bordeaux on their behalf. We also undertake press release distribution as another effective means of communication. Several well-known estate agents in Bordeaux have engaged us in just the last two months to promote their business and exploit the power of press releases.
He continues, “property for sale in Bordeaux is a segment of the market which has become increasingly of interest, not only with the investment community but with those seeking the charm of this city as a place to live in. Most property for sale in Bordeaux represents good value for money but for how long remains a question. Where else could one find such fine town houses and apartments in an historic centre of a major European city which has the beauty of Bordeaux, often starting at around 250k pounds.”
For details in French, please consult www.seymour-james.com/france/accueil.htm