Estate Agent Sud Périgord Villereal - Romain Léo Cheyrou -


Immobilier Sud Périgord was created on October 11, 2005 by Romain Cheyrou, native of the region, son of Jacques Cheyrou and grandson of Léo Cheyrou.

Léo Cheyrou was the proud owner of "Le grand Café National", on the main square « Place de la Halle » in Villeréal, business leader in petroleum products and an emblematic figure of the region and Villeréal rugby team (hence the name of the rugby stadium).

Leo was then, by filiation of Jacques, the father, great 3rd line and captain adulated of the team of Fumel. Then as a worthy heir, Romain Cheyrou illustrated himself, rugby ball in hand, and was able to build his company through simple values; professionalism, trust, local notoriety & human value.

With the help of his maternal grandfather Michel Çabalet and his uncle Jean-pierre Çabalet, both specialists experienced in real estate for many years, Romain Cheyrou developed Immobilier Sud Périgord, specialized in the field of the transaction of real estate .

His precious collaboration with the two agencies of his uncle: Çabalet International and Lot-et-Garonne Immobilier, covers a wide area: Lot-et-Garonne and Dordogne.

So, now, do not hesitate. If you want a good estimate, put your house up for sale or make a real estate acquisition, contact the real estate agency Immobilier Sud Périgord!


Our Team

Romain Cheyrou

Founder of the company Immobilier Sud Perigord, he created the agency in 2006 in partnership with his uncle Jean Pierre Cabalet and his grandfather Michel Cabalet responsible for recognized real estate agency in the Villeneuve Sur Lot area. Born in Villereal and still working there in real estate, knowing the market price better than anyone, he will accompany you in your project with trust and professionalism.

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Ava Marsden

Bilingual real estate negotiator, Ava will accompany you in your project with professionalism and care. Originally from the UK, she has been living here for more than 15 years and knows Villeréal and its surroundings perfectly. In addition, with 7 years of experience in tourism, she will guide you on the history of the region and share with you the best places to discover.

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Mark Jansen

Mark arrived in France in his early twenties. Previously owning a business in Holland, he now takes care of all property maintenance with his wife Sandra and a team of professionals here in the south of France. He can help you maintain a second home, present you to the right professionals if ever work is needed, and also company you through the selling process.

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Jemimah HUNT

Originally from the UK; but has been happily living in the Lot-et-Garonne and Dordogne region for over 16 years. Jemimah started her own translation company in 2013, when she witnessed many English speaking residents struggling to navigate through the French administration system. Since then she expertly guides buyers though a smooth relocation to this beautiful area; as well as advising and assisting sellers through the selling process.

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