I see a continuation of property prices strengthening nationally. Markets have been quiet and there have been good buying opportunities. Interest rates are still low and those needing or wishing to sell have created deals for buyers.
This will continue but become rarer as the market stabilises and solidifies. Already in certain towns prices have been recovering. It’s a good time to buy while you can still negotiate but this will depend on location and price bracket, with less room for manoeuvre at the lower levels.
Clearly UK investors are an important part of the French property market, and areas with higher concentrations of British people, for example, Brittany, are likely to be more affected by Brexit. However, the market has also been affected by the reduction of Russian investors in certain luxury locations.