Welcome to the latest issue of the French Property Newsletter.
Inside you will find practical information and advice on French property ownership, visiting France and living in France.
We are always interested in hearing from you, as your experiences and queries make a significant contribution to our own knowledge and understanding.
A universal system of healthcare has been introduced in France, so what are the implications for expatriates?
We shall be hosting our popular ‘French Village’ at A Place in the Sun Live exhibition at Manchester Central, 11th to 13th March.
A summary of the procedures for the transfer and registration of car ownership in France.
The duration of the validity of a planning consent has been increased from two to three years, with an option to increase to five years.
The level of the fixed rate social security contribution payable by some micro-entrepreneurs has been slightly increased for 2016.
The 11 public holidays in France in 2016 to put in your diary.
The income thresholds for exemption or reduction in social charges on pension income have been increased for 2016.
January proved to be another disappointing month for euro buyers as sterling continued its recent losses against the euro, writes Ben Scott.
Transavia, the low-cost subsidiary of Air France, has reported a €40 million loss for 2015, double those of 2014, with more bad news forecast for this year.
Rural gîte owners now need to have their property inspected and rated if they are to retain preferential tax treatment.
The income thresholds to obtain legal aid in France have been increased by 6% for 2016.
Advertise your property for sale in our French Village at A Place in the Sun Live, Manchester Central, and get six months advertising on our main property portal.
A selection of properties for sale from private owners, currently being advertised on French-Property.com.
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