The changing makeup of the expat in France

Our local market is the place where I am most likely to come across other expats and incomers who have made this region their home. It has only been recently however that it has struck me how much the makeup of not only the local population but also of the expat population . . . → Read More: The changing makeup of the expat in France

One small step forward for expats post Brexit

This is my last post of the year about Brexit (thank goodness) but, much as I try to switch off to it, there is no doubt that it impacts hugely on our lives and on the future lives of my clients and potential clients. All of us feel that life is currently . . . → Read More: One small step forward for expats post Brexit

Summer in the foothills of France

Summer in the foothills – I am not sure there is anywhere better at this time of year.

Sunshine, blue skies, cooling breezes, mountain walks, picnics by the river or mountain lakes, cycling to favourite cafés, markets teeming with local produce, restaurant terraces full to bursting and a holiday atmosphere everywhere.

In . . . → Read More: Summer in the foothills of France

What would leaving the EU mean for Britons with property in France?

Britain joined the European Union in 1973 and, since then, hundreds of thousands of Britons have chosen not merely to holiday in Europe but to buy property or make our homes here. Higher disposable incomes, more flexible working practices and cheaper travel have encouraged this trend but so indeed have successive European . . . → Read More: What would leaving the EU mean for Britons with property in France?