Put Your Questions to the Experts: FrenchEntrée’s Destination France Webinars

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Put Your Questions to the Experts: FrenchEntrée’s Destination France Webinars
FrenchEntrée’s free live webinars have proved immensely popular over the last year and we’re excited to announce our new three-part series of webinars coming this fall.

Destination France: Buying in 2021 and Beyond

This three-part webinar series will cover everything you need to know about buying French property or moving to France in 2021 and beyond. Not only will you get the inside scoop from our property partners on the ground in France, you’ll get to hear from experts on topics including French Mortgages, Currency Exchange, Legal, Financial Planning, Moving to France, Healthcare, and more.

Best of all, our live webinars give you chance to pose your questions direct to the experts and get advice from the best in the business!

#1 Pre-Flight Checks: Looking to Buy in 2021?

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The first in our webinar series focuses on your pre-purchase questions. Find out what the French property market looks like post-pandemic and hear the latest on residency, healthcare, and moving to France. Whether you’re confused about your rights after Brexit or need advice on your 2021 property search – this is your chance to put your questions to the experts.

Our panel includes experts from:

  • Blevins Franks, specialists in French tax, financial planning, and wealth management.
  • Beaux Villages, French real estate agents with on-the-ground experience of buying and selling in the current market.
  • Agence AXA International, international health insurance specialists who have all the answers for those looking to move or retire to France now or in the future.

Register for this webinar.

#2 Take-off: Ready to Buy in France in 2021?

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The second in our webinar series focuses on your property buying journey. With the latest information and insider tips from the FrenchEntrée team and our partners, we’ll help you plan your property purchase, safeguard against economic changes and currency fluctuations, and protect your financial future when buying in France. Put your questions to our French mortgage, currency exchange, wealth management, and legal advisors from MoneyCorp, Stone King, and Blacktower.

Watch this space for more details or register for this webinar now.

#3 Landing: Moving to France in 2021?

November 10th, 2021

10am (UK time)

The final part of this webinar series focuses on those looking to move to France or enjoy their holiday home in France in 2021 and beyond. FrenchEntrée isn’t just part of your property buying journey – we’re here to help with all your questions as a new homeowner or expat too. Get advice from our experts on Removals to France, managing your Second Home, living and working in France, or renovating your French property.

Watch this space for more details or register for this webinar now.

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FrenchEntrée's Digital Editor, Zoë is also a freelance journalist who has written for the Telegraph, HuffPost, and CNN, and a guidebook updater for the Rough Guide to France and Rough Guide to Dordogne & Lot. She lives in the French countryside just outside of Nantes.

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  • Fiona Benson
    2021-09-18 12:35:01
    Fiona Benson
    Hi Zoe We live in Canada and are planning to move permanently to France to start our business there. I just watched your webinar, Buying in France and Beyond, which was so great. Thank you for creating this. I have 3 questions that I hoped to find the answers to: What is the percentage of luxury tax on properties over 1.3 million euros? Should we sign a contract with a realtor and if so, can we sign contracts with up to 3 realtors? If we only employ part-time employees, do we still provide benefits, and if so, what are the benefits?

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