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.
The notaires have recently published their review of the French property market in 2014 for each department of France.
There are a confusing range of terms to explain the tax breaks to which taxpayers in France may be eligible.
We shall be hosting our popular ‘French Village’ at A Place in the Sun Live exhibition at London Olympia, 8th to 10th May.
Elderly and disabled persons on a modest income in France benefit from an enhanced personal income tax allowance.
A new European wide succession law comes into effect in August, so what are the implications for owners of French property?
The uncertainty over the future of the cross-channel ferry service MyFerryLink continues, with Eurotunnel finding it difficult to dispose of the company.
Complementary health insurance policies and private health insurance policies are not the same, says Johanna Matthews of Exclusive Healthcare.
We have made a selection of sunny Languedoc properties for sales currently advertised on French-Property.com.
Taking out an assurance vie policy is a potentially attractive investment product in France, but you need to be careful about how you select your provider, says Duncan...
A couple who purchased a property in France in which they later discovered dry rot have successfully sued the seller for compensation.
A major public inquiry into two proposed high-speed train lines in the South West of France has come out against the plans.
Sterling gained against the euro throughout the majority of April despite sharp drops at both the beginning and end of the month, says Ben Scott.
Second home owners liable for the taxe d'habitation surcharge can gain exemption if they are unable to let or sell the property, although only in limited circumstances.
There are several types of gift procedure in France that can be used for inheritance planning, but their use needs careful consideration.
A couple who brought a legal action against a farmer about noise nuisance from a cow bell have lost their case in the French courts.
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