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We have a dedicated mortgage team here at FrenchEntrée and would love to help you realise your dream of purchasing a property in France!

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  • Rosie Johnson
    2022-10-20 12:03:00
    Rosie Johnson
    Hi, We are looking at buying in France and have seen a property that we love. We would like to discuss our options if possible. Many thanks

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    • Zoë Smith
      2022-10-20 15:51:29
      Zoë Smith
      Hi Rosie, Please use the mortgage form above and one of our mortgage advisors will get back to you. Best regards, Zoe

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  •  Jacob Hanger
    2022-10-17 04:06:46
    Jacob Hanger
    Hi there, I'm an American (residing in the USA) who is interested in a french mortgage for a property in Paris. Is this something you are able to help with?

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    • Zoë Smith
      2022-10-17 11:38:34
      Zoë Smith
      Hi Jacob, Please do fill in the form and our mortgage advisors will get back to you about your specific situation. Thanks! Zoe

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  •  Laurie Peters
    2022-09-24 09:52:29
    Laurie Peters
    Hello: I hope this finds you well. I was told, due to FACTA, it was very difficult, if possible a all, to get a mortgage in France if you are an American citizen. Do you know of any banks or financial institutions that will lend to American citizens for properties in France? Than you, Laurie

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    • Zoë Smith
      2022-09-27 12:35:48
      Zoë Smith
      Hi Laurie, Some banks do still lend to American citizens, but they are becoming fewer and fewer in the current market. I suggest contacting our partners at International Private Finance (do let them know that FrenchEntrée recommended them to you!) for advice on your individual situation. I can tell you that it's an extremely tight market with very limited options for Americans, so having their expert advice will be invaluable. Most importantly, they will be able to tell you straight away (based on your situation) whether or not it is an avenue worth pursuing for you. Best of luck! Zoe

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  • Neil Dowker
    2022-07-08 10:36:27
    Neil Dowker
    hello I own a property in France , is it possible to release some equity from the property? I do not have any mortgage on the property

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    • Zoë Smith
      2022-07-12 17:15:33
      Zoë Smith
      Hi Neil, Releasing equity from a French property isn't as easy as it is in some other countries, however, it is sometimes possible. This article would be a good place to start. Hope that helps! Zoe

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  • kane oates
    2022-06-29 06:15:53
    kane oates
    I wonder if you can help I have lived in France, since I was seven years old age ,I am now 27 years of age I have a perminanent residence card. I applied for a morgage and was waiting for the papers to sign and have now been told by the bank that they require a visa, I understand that this was not applicable to myself as I have lived here since 2003, and is not part of the withdrawel agreement, could you please inform myself exactly what is the correct information. Thank you MR Kane Oates

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    • Zoë Smith
      2022-06-30 09:39:14
      Zoë Smith
      Hi Kane, If you live in France with a permanent resident card, it is normal that evidence of this would be required when taking out a mortgage. The resident card IS, in effect, your visa, so I imagine your bank are simply asking for proof of this. Best regards, Zoe

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  •  Rachael Pearce
    2022-02-09 12:12:57
    Rachael Pearce
    Hello, We are looking to purchase a property in France as our main residence and may require a mortgage. The property we are looking at has a lake and a house and we are planning to run a Fishery. I have questions about how we get a mortgage if we plan to be self employed once we arrive and what is involved in the process of getting a mortgage. Would it be possible for us to set up a call to discuss please? Many thanks, Rachael

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  • Eleanor Reid
    2022-02-09 10:31:45
    Eleanor Reid
    Hello, I have some questions about French mortgages, the benefits and drawbacks and how to get one

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  •  Gloria Callihan
    2021-11-09 02:42:40
    Gloria Callihan
    Hello, I have been traveling in France the past two weeks visiting properties and believe I have selected one on which to put an offer. I am in Paris for the next few days and would like to meet with a bank while I’m here to discuss mortgage possibilities vs a cash offer. Would you have any recommendations for a contact or bank to start with? Many thanks, -Elisabeth

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  • Alice Jutsum
    2021-10-05 01:47:05
    Alice Jutsum
    I have just bought a new house in Nice, France. I own it outright. Due to personal circumstances, I need to release equity on it. I would like to discuss the possibility of doing this.

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