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.
With passage of the first half of the year a number of analysts have published their own assessment of the housing market in France.
A French court confirms that the imposition of social charges on those not in the French social security system is illegal, opening the way for thousands of tax refund...
There are nearly 5,000 kilometres of designated public coastal paths in France, offering walkers a fabulous resource for exploring the varied French coastline.
What are the rules and procedures on the use of the European Health Insurance Card for visitors to France?
The price of agricultural land increased by an average of 3% in 2014, to reach €5,910/hectare, according to recent figures published by SAFER, the French rural la...
The French government have strengthened the law to permit property owners to remove squatters without the need for court proceedings.
Mobile phone roaming charges will end in the EU in 2017, although for many who live in Europe it may only make a marginal difference to running costs.
The welter of controls on landlords in France continues, with the publication last month of new regulations governing the content of tenancy agreements.
The British may well be the largest group of international buyers in France, but it is the Americans who are the high-rollers when it comes to the average spend.
One in ten homes in France is a second home, concentrated in particular areas of the country, and overwhelmingly owned by French nationals.
July was another solid month for Sterling as we watched it confidently capitalise on the strife in Greece, trading at a monthly average of €1.4132, says Ben Scott.
Outdoor advertising in small towns is now banned in France, but the removal of existing billboards is one that is likely to take many years.
A French building surveyor has been found negligent in the performance of a termites survey and obliged to compensate the buyer for remedial works.
There are signs mortgage interest rates are starting to rise in France, despite a recent fall in average rates.
Cash payments for goods and services in France have been limited to a maximum of €1,000, but the rule does not apply to everyone.
We shall be hosting our popular ‘French Village’ at A Place in the Sun Live exhibition at Birmingham 25th to 27th September.
A selection of properties for sale, currently advertised privately on French-Property.com.
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