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As property prices in the home-counties and along the south coast of the UK have soared, there has been a growing trend for people to look to buy property across the Channel in Northern France, particularly the Pas-de-Calais and Normandy regions.  Here property prices are generally around 50% cheaper than prices in the UK. 

 

Although specific details on the UK's future relationship with the EU are still being decided, the French President, Emmanuel Macron, has made his feelings towards British citizens in France quite clear in an open letter published after the UK formally left the EU.

 

 

 

If you've decided 2020 is the year to trade in the the office job and commute for a better lifestyle, we've cherry-picked a selection of income-generating properties for sale in France. 

  

If you're considering a move to France then winter is a great time to go out and do some viewing. Here are 5 reasons why: 

1. Travel and accommodation are cheaper
2. Agents have more time to spend with you
3. If you like a house on a blustery February day, you'll be sure to love it come the summer!
4. You beat the crowds
5. Vendors are more likely to be flexible on price at this time of year

....and on that last point here's a selection of properties, recently reduced in price: 

 

Unless you’ve been hibernating or hiding under a rock (and we couldn’t blame you if you had), you’ll know that the UK is due to leave the EU very shortly.

We appreciate that for most people considering buying a house in France, remaining in the EU would be preferable but let’s start 2020 with a decent dose of optimism and look at the positives.

5 reasons to be cheerful.....

 
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