Essential guide to moving to and living in France
Once you have purchased your property in France, there are a number of other important costs and considerations that must be planned for: removals, ongoing maintenance of your property, getting connected to utilities and other essential services, residency status, healthcare, and the legalities of life in France. We have gathered this critical information from expats already living in France, so they can share their first-hand experience and knowledge to help you.
There’s so much to think about when moving to France. We’ve learned – and continue to learn – so much since we moved here, which is why I feel the need to share our knowledge with other people trying to buy property in France, or move here permanently. It’s crucial to ensure you have taken all the different costs into account and researched each part of the process of your move carefully. The areas we are asked about most often are how to move all your belongings to France safely, how to get connected to utilities in France, and where British expats stand in terms of healthcare.Alexis Stratfold
The France Buying Guide walks you step-by-step through each stage of the property buying process in France, with practical recommendations from our experts who have been through the process themselves. The guide will help you to: