Despite pessimism from many outlets the pound had a strong week In view of the last week’s economic news and data, it might come as a surprise to see how well sterling has done. Last Friday, Moody’s, a credit rating firm,…
Brexit: Impact on French Property Buyers, Owners and Expats in France
Britain's decision to leave the European Union sparked speculation and some valid concerns. This is particularly true for expats in France, and those looking to make the move. Should you be putting your plans on hold to let the dust settle?
As Britain prepares to leave the European Union, we take a look at how your home and life in France will be affected, and turn to experts in property, currency, tax, and law to help you plan ahead. It's still not certain whether Britain will leave the EU with or without a deal.
We are here to bring you expert advice from our team here at FrenchEntrée, and from our trusted partners. Whether you want to know more about healthcare, taxation, visas or more, we are on hand.
We’ll keep this page updated with the latest news, insights and guides to help you face the future with confidence.
The latest Brexit News that may affect those living in or wishing to move to France
Property in France
What does Britain leaving leaving the EU mean for UK property buyers in France?
What does this mean?
Information on the immediate effects of Britain's vote to leave the EU. What do we know already about the ramifications Brexit will have on Britons in France?
Living in France
How will Brexit effect life in France for UK expats? Here is what we know...
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In the run up to Brexit, national law firm Stone King has launched a service to support clients from start to finish in the sale or purchase of property in France. Usually people looking to buy or sell will…
While a British driving licence is recognised in France, there may be changes ahead for residents and visitors driving in France after Brexit.
The amount of tax a British expat living in France has to pay will not change as a result of Brexit negotiations as tax agreements are negotiated with individual countries not with the EU as a bloc. [Original posted in…
Euro experiences a loss against major currencies As Britain prepared for its third general election in four years, Spain was holding its fourth in the same period and the second this year alone. The result, yet again, was inconclusive but investors…
Retirees are the biggest group of expats living in France, and the back and forth on the terms of a Brexit deal, and even whether there will be a deal at all, makes it difficult to make financial planning…
If Britain does not stay within the single market, post-Brexit negotiations will start with individual countries.