Buy a House in Fez, with all confidence

If the idea of a relaxing life in a city listed World Heritage by the Unesco that has at the same time a medieval feeling and a modern city with all the amenities appeals to you, well, then, welcome to Gatsby's way of life.
Most people fall in love with Fez the very first time they set foot in the medina, others just need a couple of photographs in internet to send the money and buy they dreamhouse, and some decide to buy in Fez as an investment -the prices having gone steadily up since 2005, and is a perfect buy-to-let market-.
The city has undergone a lot of public works that have updated the city installations and embellished its streets, there are a bunch of really interesting hotel projects on its way -like the Barcelo Hotel- and a major mall soon to open with a Carrefour and a Virgin Megastore included.

The Medina is keeping all its ancient flavour and being polished, and all this because Mohammed VI has set his royal eyes in Fez, and is firmly decided to make it the new Moroccan wonder, like it was Marrakech long time ago, but with a soul.

The buying process has been a great deal simplified and is perfectly possible for foreigners to purchase even without speaking arabic or french; still, having a good advisor makes all the difference. Amongst all the real estate agencies that have flourhished in Fez the one we trust the most is MAROC IMMOBILIER CAPITAL, the man behind the plan, Cedric Elsener, really knows his way around. With years of experience and having sold an outstanding number of magical properties both in the Medina and in the New City, he is the man that can make it happen for you. With a well-chosen catalogue he will show you the most charming houses and the most interesting business opportunities but not only, he will also introduce you to key members of Fez that will make you feel at home straight away and who knows, if you're lucky, he might even introduce you to Gatsby.

Résidence SALAM - 32, Avenue Abdelali Benchekroun
6ème étage, Bureau N° 22
30 000 – FES VN

Tél : +212 (0) 5 35 94 08 08
Fax : +212 (0) 5 35 65 22 22

Book for Fez: Paul Bowles 'The Spider's House'

For the discerned traveller, there is nothing like organising the luggage for a dream destination. Gastby likes to use new socks in every trip, is his thing, amongst a lot more that may make him a maniac. One of the most important objects that you should take for an adventure is a good book, but not any book, a book that goes with the weather and the soul of the place.
For Fez it has never been easier, in 'The Spider's House' the French and their hated rule and maintenance of a false monarch on the throne, the pitiless Iztiqulal, the Islamic heritage of the true believers, and the narrow streets of Fez are the background for the story of young Amar, who has the gift of the baraka, and the point at which his life touches on those of John Stenham, an American writer, and Lee Veyron, also American and restlessly seeking she knows not what.
When violence erupts, they flee with Amar on a pilgrimage to a local celebration and escape the city's violence.
Pau Bowles (December 30, 1910 – November 18, 1999) lived in Morocco for the second half of his lifetime, and loved it, but had as well the critical eye to describe things in a way that today would be hardly described as politically correct. He wrote as well several articles about Fez and other moroccan cities, and remains one of the few writers that could see through topics and describe things the way Gatsby likes his steaks, raw.
So don't think twice if you're looking for a book to take you even further on your holidays, that's the perfect one.

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