The election of President Macron changes ground rules for International property buyers in France. After Brexit and Trump, we think that the Macron victory signals a changing context for politics. The victory will have some very specific effects on both the French property market and the French mortgage market. Though the consequences are direct, they […]
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Our French Mortgage Financing Guides are written especially for an expat and non resident audience. We have written the guides to explain the range of French mortgage options in a French context. Remember, the French context may be very different to back home.
French property equity release mortgages can be a key element in the long term asset management strategy for financially astute investors. Owners of French property who are not tax domiciled in France can use a French Equity Release Mortgage to increase the yield on their investments. At the same time as reducing their tax bill. […]
Understanding Financing a French Property Purchase Financing a French property purchase is somewhat different to the process for financing a UK property purchase. This article explains some of the differences. As in the UK, purchasers must lodge an application. This will include their personal details and a list of assets. The bank uses this information […]
French business startup finance is available for projects in France or elsewhere in the Eurozone. We provide the specialist expertise to help clients systematically evaluate business potential. This includes the development of a viable 3-year business plan and the evaluation of financing options. We have a unique blend of expertise spanning start-up planning to state-of-the-art […]
Expat clients often ask us whether French mortgages for expats are difficult to get, so here are the facts you need to know. French Mortgages for Expats – The Facts Overall, most applicants find the French approach to mortgage lending slow and strange. Firstly, French underwriters normally take around 14 weeks to process an application. […]