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Brexit

How many British citizens live in France, where do they live and what do they do? The latest report from the ONS reveals all

France’s property market seems to be enjoying a spirit of confidence and optimism but what about British buyers?

After living in France for 30 years, Charles Timoney decided to apply to become a French citizen. Find out why and his experience of the application process

While the vote in favour of Brexit has made some British property buyers in France put their plans on pause, for others, like the Lunsford family, it has persuaded them to go ahead with their move to France

Americans, Australians and other non-EU residents need a visa or permit in order to visit or live in France – here’s our guide to the different visas and permits and how to apply for them

One year after the EU referendum, currency broker TorFX asked their customers how Brexit and the subsequent currency exchange movements have affected them

British buyers remain the top foreign buyers of French property and Brexit seems to have had limited impact on their plans to buy in France, according to a recent survey

Plenty of Americans, Australians and other non-EU residents own a property in France so there is no reason why you can’t. Here is all the information you need on buying a property in France

It seems unlikely that, after Brexit, British expats living in France will enjoy the same healthcare rights as they currently do, so what will change?

British buyers are a significant part of the French property market so what effect has Brexit had on them?

Many British citizens living in France are eligible to vote in the next UK general election on 8 June 2017 - find out if you are eligible and how to register to vote

We want to know what you think! Take part in one or more of our surveys to let us know your thoughts on Brexit and how it will affect you

When Britain leaves the EU will Brits living in France need to apply for residency and work visas, be able to access healthcare and vote in local elections? Will Brits still be able to retire in France? As Article 50 is triggered, we try and answer these questions

Currency fluctuations can have a huge effect on property buyers and their budgets, so how could Brexit negotiations affect the pound and euro exchange rate in 2017 and what can you do to protect yourself?

Don’t be put off by tales of difficult bureaucracy and years waiting! Mark Sampson shares his tips on applying for French citizenship having just completed the process himself

December was a fairly stable month for the GBP/EUR exchange rate but how will the upcoming Brexit negotiations and elections in various European countries affect exchange rates?

Ad Feature: How best to approach your Euro purchase as we near 2017

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November was a very volatile period for the GBP/EUR exchange rate but what will happen in 2017 as Trump becomes president of the USA and Brexit negotiations begin?

Non-EU citizens could soon have to fill out an online form and pay €5 in order to enter the EU Schengen zone

A recent survey has revealed that British buyers are still keen to buy a French property despite Brexit concerns and some are even bringing their plans forward

Despite the sudden flash crash earlier in October, GBP/EUR has only shifted 3.8% over the past 4 weeks which will reassure many property buyers in France but will this trend continue?

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