Get free bespoke advice at the French Property Exhibition at Olympia London
Where are the best places to invest in property in France? How can you beat Brexit? What’s the legal nitty gritty of the buying process and how can you maximise your exchange rate? All these questions and more will be answered by experts at our French Property Exhibition at Olympia, London, this month.
Held over the weekend of 16 and 17 September, this is an unmissable free event for anyone who is serious about buying a property in France, says Karen Tait, group editor of Archant’s France magazines.
“This show has been running for more than 25 years and is always very popular,” she says. “It’s a fantastic chance to get free, tailored, face-to-face advice from lawyers, currency specialists, removals companies, agents and property developers as well as to browse thousands of French homes on the market to suit every taste and budget.”
Among the key attractions of the event is the informative and free seminar programme. Currency specialists Cambridge Global Payments will reveal how to squeeze every last euro out of your property purchase so that you don’t waste thousands of pounds in commission, fees and poor exchange rates. Financial advisers Blevins Franks will explain how Brexit may impact the tax and financial matters important to UK citizens who own French property. Ashtons Legal will demystify the many legal factors such as inheritance issues, contracts, surveys and residency. Leggett Immobilier will give an overview of the current property market in different regions and Charente Immobilier will take you through five key steps to buying a house in France.
Among the English-speaking exhibitors are some new faces such as Vallat Immobilier (specialists in lake and mountain new-builds), property developers Promeo Partners, accountant Patrice Perrin and law firm Slatkin, both based in Perpignan.
For more information and to register for free fast-track entry, visit frenchpropertyexhibition.com/ show/london
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