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This article is mainly aimed at British citizens who are looking to buy a property in France next year, either for use as a holiday home or permanent home.  
The Covid restrictions for travel to France from the UK and the US have changed earlier this week. 
If you’re considering a visit to France here’s the latest: 

The Pre-Brexit medical provision covered by EHIC cards has been continued into the post-Brexit era.  It has been maintained with the launch of the new GHIC (Global Health Insurance card).  Under the new agreement with the EU, the GHIC cards will offer equivalent healthcare protection as that provided by EHIC cards. 

Covid-19 regulations that restrict the movement of people between France and the UK remain in place.  Keep an eye on this blog for latest updates and news on when border restrictions will be eased, what measures you may need to take in order to travel and what COVID prevention measures are in place within France.

France is currently in a 4 week lock-down that started on the 3rd April.  Information on what measures will be in place at the end of that lock-down period have yet to be announced.

When done properly, properties for sale with a swimming pool will always see a good return on investment and a ‘statement’ pool can really help you achieve a premium.  If you are planning to rent out the property or offer B&B or gîte accommodation, installing a pool instantly makes it more attractive to potential clients, and can definitely give an edge in a crowded market.  Whether thinking about resale or rental, if you’ve got a great pool, just the photos alone will make your property stand out from the competition.



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