Buying Property and living in France after Brexit

Brexit is a time of enormous change, both for the UK and the EU. France Property Guide keeps you updated on the latest news and developments, whether you’re buying property in France after Brexit or taking advantage of completing the process before. You’ll find information below about moving before Brexit, living in France after Brexit and the key dates you’ll need to know.

If you’ve already bought in France, it’s still crucial to keep up-to-date with how Brexit unfolds. This could affect your right to residency or any other statuses you hold living in the country. You’ll also find out how the transition period affects any rights – what will and what won’t be carried over.

Moving before Brexit

Can I still move to France after Brexit
The Brexit extension offers a breathing space to British people. If a deal is passed by 31 October the transition period should also be extended, to December 2022, according to the EU’s chief negotiator

Living after Brexit

Buying property in France after Brexit
The After Brexit Guide will help you plot your way through a possible “hard” Brexit world. You can still fulfil that dream of buying property in France after Brexit in any circumstances.

After Brexit Guide

Can I still move to France after Brexit?
The After Brexit Guide will help you plot your way through a possible post-Brexit scenario, to ensure you can fulfil that dream of a wonderful lifestyle combining the best of our two cultures.

Brexit Snapshot

Can I still move to France after Brexit
Your 90 second guide. We have divided it into three main concerns: the right to buy property, to have access to healthcare, and to residence.

Visas

French Visas after Brexit
British people will automatically become ‘Third Country’ nationals in France. Find information for working, retiring or visiting France.

Properties

Can I still move to France after Brexit
Make a start by viewing our wide selection of beautiful French homes. All come from our carefully chosen agents based in-country.

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