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Real Estate Tips and More on Moving to Aix-en-Provence

By Sophia Mose:

Aix-en-Provence Relocation

Newcomers to Aix-en-Provence as well as people considering a move to this popular town just inland from Marseille tend to have a lot of questions about moving to Aix-en-Provence or living there – which neighbourhoods are the nicest or closest or greenest, the property market in and around Aix, social events, information about the public schools and international schools, how to find a babysitter, dog sitter, or recommendations for an English speaking doctor, dentist, gardener or plumber. The list goes on.

Ask a Local

To support the local community with their questions and to facilitate the organization of social events and meetups, health and wellness coach Sophia Mose started a Facebook support group in May 2018, where questions and answers about moving to Aix en Provence, properties for sale and rent, tips and recommendations, meet-ups and get-togethers are shared with all members. Events organized include a weekly coffee meetup for women, a bi-weekly apéro (drinks), yoga in the park and several impromptu meetups such as a girl’s night out in town. As of early 2020, the group has almost 3000 members. It is called Moving to Aix-en-Provence (registered trademark). This group page is filled with useful tips and questions that other expats have asked about schools, doctors, parking and much more.

Read about the benefits of engaging a buyer’s agent, if you are considering a real estate purchase in Provence.

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Sophia van Woensel-Mose

Sophia van Woensel-Mose

Health Coach Sophia Mose left behind a career as a corporate lawyer in 2005 when she moved from London to France with her family. After a seven-year adventure creating and running a child-friendly holiday retreat in the southwest of France, they moved to the beautiful town of Aix-en-Provence. Here, Sophia was a property consultant and journalist. But Sophia’s true passion since many years has been holistic health and ancestral nutrition. She has a practice as a health and wellness coach (ADAPT certification pending) and supports clients anywhere in the world (on Zoom or Skype) to reach their optimal health and wellbeing.

Learn more about Sophia’s services on her Facebook page here.

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