Notaries are public officers appointed by the Minister of Justice in a particular geographical area, throughout the french territory, so that all citizens can easily access them. However, a notary can notarized deeds concerning property located all over France (overseas Departments as well).
For example, if you wish to sell a real estate property (house, apartment, …) located far from your place of residence (even a residence out of France), you may ask to a notary located near you or easily contactable by phone, visioconferencing or email. This way, exchanges with your notary will be easier and he will handle, in your behalf, all the terms of sale of your property. Naturally, it’s the same in case you wish to buy a french property located away from your home.
Because of his geographical location, your notary has a very precise knowledge of the territory in which he practices, as well as the market (including real estate market) and the contact persons you may need. Your notary’s expertise extends to the following zones: Paris 18 (75018), Paris 17 (75017), Paris 19 (75019), Paris 9 (75009), Paris 10 (75010) and the neighborhoods : Epinettes, Batignolles, Pont Cardinet, Porte de Clichy, Porte de Saint-Ouen, Grandes-Carrières, Clignancourt, Sacré Coeur, Montmartre, Goutte d’Or, Barbès, Rochechouart, Porte de la Chapelle, La Plaine Saint Denis, La Montjoie, Marcadet – Poissoniers, Max Dormoy, Guy Môquet, Jules Joffrin, Lamarck Caulaincourt, Pigalle, Simplon, Château Rouge, Blanche, Anvers, Abbesses, Saint-Georges, Trinité – d’Estiennes d’Orve, Poissonière, Cadet, Auber, Gare du Nord, Havre – Caumartin, Chaussée d’Antin – La Fayette, Opéra, Richelieu – Drouot, Le Peletier, Notre Dame de Lorette, Magenta, Maubeuge, Château-Landon, Louis Blanc, Lariboisière, Haussmann, Saint-Lazare, Rome, Brochant et La Fourche.