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Vente a Terme [house deposit]

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Re: Vente a Terme

10% is the norm, very much in line with the UK system. At the same time you may have to pay a 'deposit' to the Notaire for his work, but that will not be big. Overall the Notaire will charge around 10% of the purchase price plus TVA. That's been my experience on three purchases over the last 15 years.
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