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Inside you will find practical information and advice on French property ownership, visiting France and living in France.
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Sales of property in France to British buyers increased by 33% last year, as buyers cashed in on a strong exchange rate and falling prices.
After a record breaking attendance in London in May, our ‘French Village’ at A Place in the Sun Live property exhibition moves on to Birmingham in September.
Non-Residents living outside of the EEA who sold property in France in 2014 are entitled to apply for a refund of overpaid capital gains taxes.
Eurotunnel has disposed of the MyFerryLink passenger ferries to the Danish operator DFDS, but there remains defiant action on the French side to try and secure control...
The French rural land agency SAFER have published their review of the property market for 2014, reporting that prices fell by an average of 2.3% to €158,000.
The French government are to introduce an official telephone preference service to protect telephone users from unwanted direct marketing calls.
Where are the best beaches in France this year for the discerning holidaymaker?
Most costs of a chronic illness in France are covered by the State, but patients remain liable for some charges, with more likely to be on the way in the future.
The French government gets a reality check from its advisors that the nation needs to improve on the quality of hospitality it offers visitors.
The coastal village of Ploumanac'h, in the department of Côtes d'Armor, Brittany, has been chosen by the French as their favourite village in 2015.
The practice of car sharing that was once the preserve of youth has now become very à la mode in France, attracting a substantial number of users from all generations ...
A distinct set of rules exists concerning the imposition of capital gains tax on business owners in France, although not all businesses are eligible.
A disappointing end to May continued into June for sterling with economic data from the UK remaining rather mixed, says Ben Scott.
Vineyard prices in France rose by an average of 3.6% last year, with the average price for an AOP vineyard reaching €136,400 a hectare.
Buyers who refused to honour a payment ‘under the table’ have had their case upheld in the French courts.
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