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What does the French real estate acronym VEFA mean?

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The French real estate term VEFA means ‘vente à l’état future d’achèvement . It is the title for a special guideline under the French civil codes enabling a person to buy an apartment ‘off plan’ i.e. from plans provided certain legal requirements are met by the developer.

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