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  The key questions for many people thinking about buying property in France are, "Will I still be able to buy property in France after Brexit?" and "What are the likely implications for living in France after Brexit?"

 

Emmanuel Macron, with his newly renamed La Republique En Marche party, undoubtedly has a very outward-looking approach, pro-EU and in favour of open borders and tolerance. He has pledged to step up efforts to bring stability to the housing market and the election of President Macron is being viewed in a very positive light by the property industry.  The good news for french home-owners is he is committed to reducing some of the taxes for property owners.........

 

If you’ve ever dreamt of a property with a sea view, a home with a lake or a bolt-hole by the river to watch the world go by, here is a selection of french properties for sale that will offer some food for thought.

 

A budget of £150,000 might not stretch that far when looking for property in the UK, but it can go a long way in France.  Here is a shortlist of properties that we think are fantastic value for money.  

 

In the lead up to the general election and the start of formal Brexit negotiations in June, the EU Council of Ministers has outlined part of its negotiating position.  Their announcement this week relates particularly to the rights of UK nationals living in EU countries.  Their opening stance is that if you are living in France (or any other EU country) before the UK formally leaves the EU in March 2019, then your right to live there permanently will be protected. 

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