The profession of property hunter in Paris has been in vogue for some time. It meets the needs of people with a property project whose lack of time and/or distance prevents them from searching for properties themselves. As flat hunters, we defend the interests of buyers vis-à-vis sellers. We are highly specialised in property searches in the highly sought-after Paris market and its suburbs.
Buying a home is a difficult and time-consuming process, involving research, negotiation, financing and so on. To successfully complete this property project, you need to know a minimum amount about the sector, but above all you need to know the area you are targeting. To save you time and the tedious details of the process, a property hunter works entirely on your behalf. These estate agents specialise in property searches and use their expertise in the field to find you the rare pearl (flats, detached houses, office premises, business premises, etc.).
They know their area like the back of their hand and can find you the house that meets your exact criteria in a very short space of time. He'll be with you from start to finish of your property project, and will keep in close touch with you to optimise every stage. In fact, we go to great lengths to get to know each and every one of your criteria and wishes (type of property, location, number of rooms, surface area, price, etc.). What's more, DES MURS À PARIS provides you with modern tools, including a dedicated mobile application.
A Paris property hunter is an agent. As such, they are subject to the Hoguet law of 2 January 1970, which regulates the conditions under which the profession is carried out. To carry out our business and make the most of our expertise, each of our property hunters holds a "carte T" or property and business transactions card issued by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry. This allows us to operate as a traditional estate agent, but you can also contact us to give us a search mandate, as we specialise in finding properties to buy on your behalf.
Please note that a property hunter only asks for payment when the sale is successful. They are paid a commission based on the value of the property to be purchased. It is therefore in the hunter's interest to carry out his mission to the complete satisfaction of his customers. In fact, property hunters are subject to the provisions of the Hoguet Act of 2 January 1970, which prohibits them from demanding administration fees or any other payment from their clients before the sale is completed.