Many British buyers have restarted their French property hunt, and our recent Your Overseas Home webinars have attracted questions on everything from fees to house prices and residency. Here are the experts’ answers to your top questions.
Canada is slowly emerging from lockdown, as shops and restaurants reopen their doors. The property market is also restarting and, while travel is still restricted, the country is planning ahead and continuing to issue thousands of invitations for immigration applications.
We’re basking in a heatwave here in Spain and enjoying the reopening of restaurants, bars and beaches – and soon you should be able to as well, with plans underway for international travel to resume in July.
As the Spanish property markets reopen and policymakers turn to hammering out plans for flights to restart over summer, now’s the time to start planning your move. And with the Brexit transition period ticking down, there’s no time to waste! But how can you do it safely? We’ve gathered together some of our top tips.
It’s been one week since France began lifting its lockdown measures and normality is slowly, cautiously returning. France and the UK are still in talks over quarantine measures, but there is a sense of a real willingness to make travel as easy as possible.