Your essential guide to emigrating to France

  • A step-by-step guide to hassle-free relocation to France
  • Gain insight into living and working in France
  • Top tips on moving to France to retire
  • Written by property experts and real-life expats

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  • A step-by-step guide to hassle-free relocation to France
  • Gain insight into living and working in France
  • Top tips on moving to France to retire
  • Ensure your emigration to France is easy and smooth

What’s included in the guide?

  • Checklist to a perfect emigrationA handy list to follow when moving to the home of your dreams in France.
  • Tips on financeHow to save money on currency exchange, advice on tax, pension, banking and more
  • Moving to France after BrexitRules of residency, obtaining Visas, 90 day rule explained and more
  • Helpful InformationHow to access French healthcare, move with a pet or work in France
  • Cost of buying a propertyPlan your budget and avoid hidden costs you might not be aware of
  • Settle in with childrenUseful tips for education and childcare

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Everything you need to make your emigration a success

1. Find a property

Search on our property portal, read the latest news and see the hottest properties

2. Speak to the experts

Get your questions answered by our friendly UK property consultants and trusted experts

3. Get your finances in place

Avoid losing money on your property purchase

“We used the excellent France Property Guide to research exactly how to buy a property in France and to reassure ourselves that we were on the right track. We looked to the website and to the advice that the Resource Centre gave to move ahead – the help of reliable local professionals was imperative to move things forward”

Bernard and Doris Corcoran

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