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The Brexit Guide to Buying French Property

For many Brits, owning a property in France is a dream come true.

However, since the UK voted to leave the EU many people have been left wondering what it means for them and whether it is still a good time to buy French property.

Inside this Free Guide we look at how Brexit impacts Brits buying and living in France.

Brexit Guide to Buying French Property

Included inside:

  • Can Brits still buy property in France?
  • What are the rights of UK citizens living in the EU?
  • What’s happening with healthcare & pensions?
  • Are French Property prices going up or down?
  • The reason Brits are buying again
  • Why Brexit has created a window of opportunity

If you're thinking of buying a property in France, then I strongly recommend you take a look at this plain English guide.

Ultimately, it could save you time, money and worry.

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We do update this Policy from time to time so please review this Policy regularly.

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If you have previously enquired about goods or services from us we may provide to you details of similar goods or services, or other goods and services, that you may be interested in.

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We will keep your information only for as long as necessary depending on the purpose for which it was provided. Details of retention periods for different aspects of your personal information are available on request. We cannot guarantee the security of data that you choose to send us electronically before it gets to us, sending such information is entirely at your own risk.

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We will not disclose your personal information to any other party other than in accordance with this Privacy Policy and in the circumstances detailed below:

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The CRM software ‘Joomla’ is used for holding your information. We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we hold.


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Currency News - How will Amber Rudd's resignation affect the Markets

GBP: Rudderless Pound takes a beating

The Pound had a shocker on Friday after GDP figures (economic growth) were the worst since 2012. The dip in the UK economy has caused a real stir in the City, with many analysts now believing the May rate hike is all but cancelled. 

The pain could continue today after Home Secretary Amber Rudd has resigned. That’s Teresa May’s 4th Cabinet member to quit in the last 6 months. 

EUR: Volatility returns

The Euro has been a bastion of stability for the last 6 months or so, but in recent weeks volatility has returned. 

Against Sterling, the Euro has been whipsawing up and down. It’s not been without reason. 

Both the UK and the EU have had a raft of poor data in recent weeks. The Bank of England and European Central Bank look to be retreating back to the shadows after threatening to change policy. 

If the Euro is to bring back buyers the data needs to improve, but tomorrow there’s a forecast fall in EU and Italian GDP, which won’t help the situation.  

USD: A potential spanner in the works

Unlike the UK, the US delivered a solid GDP reading on Friday. At 2.3% annualised, growth in the US is almost double that of the UK. 

The main event this week is the US Federal Reserve’s May meeting, which runs over Tuesday and Wednesday. No rate change is expected, but it should offer up clues on future rate rises. 

One potential spanner in the works is that four of President Trump’s top advisors head to China later this week for trade negotiations. Trade with China remains a volatile issue. 

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Thanks For Reading, What Next?

To discuss current exchange rates and currency purchasing strategies, please contact your trader today on 01872 487 500.

If you don't yet have an account please request a free quote and we’ll look after you from there.

Have a great day,

Geoff Lambourne - Direct Dial me on 0044 (0)1872 487 470.

Current rates: 

Monday 30th April 2018 at 14:50

£1.00 GBP = 1.1385 EURO

£1.00 GBP = 1.3745 USD

£1.00 GBP = 1.8229 AUD

£1.00 GBP = 1.9523 NZD

£1.00 GBP = 1.7654 CAD

£1.00 GBP = 17.0767 ZAR

Need to Send Money Abroad?

At Clé France, many of our customers have a need for currency exchange.

We are pleased to have partnered with Key Currency to offer our customers favourable exchange rates on international currency transfers.

Key Currency is an award-winning currency exchange specialist, Key Currency Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as an Authorised Payment Institution (Financial Services Register No. 753989) and experienced in executing high-volume transactions.

As a Clé France website visitor, you qualify for preferential exchange rates when you transact through Key Currency.

Save money on your foreign currency transfers

Key Currency can save you money by offering more competitive rates of exchange than retail banks.

Clients can typically save you 3-4% of the total transaction value, which can result in significant cost savings.

All client funds are held in segregated accounts with top-tier banks keeping your money safe and secure.

Download our "Buying A Property in France" Guide PDF document now.

For everything you need to know about French property visit www.clefrance.co.uk 

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A Place in the Sun Live

A Place in the Sun Live at Manchester Central this weekend!

As you may know Cle France and A Place in the Sun have been partners for many years, we feature around 3000 of our properties for sale in France on the APITS website and the 'Live' event this weekend is one of the highlights of the international property calendar.

So if you can make it to Manchester Central tomorrow then you will be in for a treat.

Here is some words of wisdom from the A Place in the Sun team... 

Please make sure you have your ticket printed or on your phone ready to be scanned at the box office - there will be one queue for mobile tickets and another for printed tickets so make sure you join the right queue when you arrive.

Jasmine and Ryan kick off the weekend’s activities at The Hub at 10:45am, followed by plenty more seminars and opportunities to hear from Jonnie, Amanda and Laura over the weekend too.

Remember to arrive early to secure a seat as The Hub gets very busy.

And watch the video below as Jasmine takes us through how you can make the most of your time at the show.

A Place in the Sun Live!

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Blog submitted by: Alex at The French Property Network - Cle France.

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Who Was Saint Valentine?

Qui était saint Valentin? (Who was Saint Valentine?)

Today is a day that is both loved (and possibly loathed) around the world. However, in France, a Saint-Valentin is particularly a holiday for lovers and only means one thing, Love.

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Valentines Day has its origins in the life of the real Saint Valentine, who lived in the third-century. According to some Catholic tradition, Saint Valentine was martyred on a road to Rome in 269 AD. However, very little is known about him and stories about his life–and death–diverge. According to the French Catholic website Nominis...  

“Il était, dit-on, évêque de Terni en Italie et jouissait du renom de thaumaturge. Un miracle le fit connaître comme chrétien et le préfet de Rome fit mettre à mort celui qui avait mis ses pouvoirs de prêtre et ses talents de médecin au service des chrétiens prisonniers pour leur foi.”

(He was, it is said, the bishop of Terni in Italy who was renowned as a miracle worker. One miracle in particular made him known as a Christian and the Roman government put him to death because he had used his powers as a priest and his medical knowledge to help Christian prisoners for their faith.)

According to another story, the Roman emperor Claudius admired Saint Valentine for his talents. Claudius told his fellow Romans, “Romains… écoutez comme cet homme parle avec sagesse et droiture.” (Romans, listen to how this man speaks with wisdom and righteousness.) However, despite his earlier admiration, Claudius felt threatened by Saint Valentine after he healed one of Claudius’ soldier’s daughters, who was blind, and decapitated him in 280 AD.

Whatever the circumstances of his life and death, why is Saint Valentine commemorated on February 14 around the world? In 495, Pope Gelasius decreed that February 14 would be consecrated to Saint Valentine. We don’t know exactly why, however. According to some traditions, it’s because mid-February was believed to be the time of year, in the Middle Ages, when birds paired off.

It, thus, became associated with romantic love. How did Saint Valentine become associated with romantic love? That’s more difficult to trace. However, English author Chaucer is typically credited with popularising the holiday in the fourteenth century–over one thousand years after the real Saint Valentine lived.

Joyeuse Saint-Valentin!

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Blog submitted by: Alex at The French Property Network - Cle France.

This blog was originally posted on The French Language Blog pages.

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