Freddy Rueda's estate agency 'Real Estate Languedoc' has been helping clients find their dream property in the Languedoc region in the south of France since 1995.
Specialising in the Hérault and Aude departments of this beautiful wine-producing region, our agency's goal is to help our international and local clientele in their search for properties in all price ranges.
Our agency prides itself on having one of the most extensive portfolios of quality properties in the region, from land to build on to village houses, from villas with pools to small chateaux.
Our multi-lingual agents are all dedicated to providing top-level customer service, which helps make the process of re-locating, finding an investment property or choosing a holiday home a smooth and enjoyable experience.
If you are looking for professional, efficient service for buying or selling your home in France, you've come to the right place!
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Why buy property in Languedoc?
With one of the sunniest climates in France, the Languedoc region has become the place to buy in recent years.
Excellent transport links, vast stretches of sunny beaches, endless vineyards and a buoyant property market all combine to make this area an increasingly sought after destination, both for those looking to re-locate and for those who are looking for a holiday home in the sun.
Montpellier, one of the most dynamic cities in France is only an hour away, and the historic city of Carcassonne, the Roman ruins in Nimes and Arles, and the majestic landscape of the Pyrénées are all within easy reach.
The authenticity of the small villages that are scattered around the vineyards a half-hour’s drive from the coast give the Hérault and Aude regions the charm and character the world has come to associate with the south of France.
If you are in search of La Belle France, the ‘real’ France, then the Languedoc is the region for you!
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Real Estate Languedoc are expanding to cover the Aude department
The Aude offers buyers so much. Amongst a rich heritage, discover the medieval castles ; romanesque abbeys and cloisters; the Medieval city of Carcassonne; the Roman city of Narbonne; prehistoric caves; and many other unique locations all around the department.
The Aude offers a wide range of outdoor activities in spectacular landscapes : walks under the centenarian trees bordering the famous Canal du Midi, hiking, water sports, cycle touring, mountain bike tours, speleology, and many more.
Above all, Aude hosts the biggest and oldest vineyard of France : no need to say that gastronomy is an art in this region, where you'll be delighted by local recipes and grand wines.
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