We’ve put together the answers to all your France property FAQs, covering the entire moving process – from choosing an area and financing your purchase through to enrolling kids in school and sorting out healthcare.

Don’t let worries about healthcare in France put you off your dream of moving abroad. Find out how to access medical care in our guide, Healthcare Abroad 2018

Make sure you haven’t exposed your budget to risk from volatile exchange rates. Learn how to lock in an exchange in our partner Smart Currency Exchange’s guide, The Property Buyer’s Guide to Currency.

Renting a home in France

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These are the most common France property FAQs we get, but we know that everyone’s situation is different – so if you do still have questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Simply call the Resource Centre to speak to one of your France property experts on 020 7898 0549 or send us an email at [email protected].

Get your free copy of our France Buying Guide below; you’ll find all the information you need about buying a home in France gathered together in one place. Just fill in the form below to start reading.

Buying a House in France Guide.

Buying a property in France is extremely exciting, but it can be nerve-wracking: in what ways is the process different to the UK, how do you cope with the language difference, what fees should you expect and just who is the notaire? That’s why we’ve put together our France Buying Guide, to help you through the process, step by step.

Written by experts, it covers every stage of buying, from viewing to contracts and fees. Get your copy of the French Property Guide by simply filling in the form below.

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  Ask the right questions
  Avoid losing money
  Avoid the legal pitfalls
  Move in successfully

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