Brexit: Changes and Advice for French Property Buyers, Owners and Expats in France


It’s been a long and often bumpy road from the Brexit referendum to Britain’s official departure from the EU. Now, with the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement in effect, we finally have the answers to all your post-Brexit queries and questions.

Whether you’re a British expat in France, a French property buyer, or own a second home in France, FrenchEntrée’s team of experts and trusted partners are on hand to bring you the latest information and advice on everything Brexit related.

Will you still be able to buy that dream French property in 2021? Need advice on managing currency exchange or getting a French mortgage after Brexit? Or perhaps you’re a British expat in France and could benefit from our handy 2021 checklist?

Watch this space for the latest news, updates, and guides on French property and living in France after Brexit.

We’ll keep this page updated with the latest news, insights, and guides to help you face the future with confidence.

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