Don’t miss the informative seminars running daily
Posted on 13th May 2019
The daily seminar programme at The French Property Exhibition covers a range of topical issues and offers visitors the chance to get free and up-to date advice from our experts on all aspects of the buying process. The timetable is below – and is the same for both Saturday and Sunday.
These are free to attend, but space is limited so remember to pick up your tickets on arrival.
11:00 A New Beginning – What might change for UK expats moving to France? – Blevins Franks
If you plan to move to France, then you need to understand the tax, legal and financial aspects of doing this when the UK is no longer a member of the EU. Brad Warden of Blevins Franks will take you on a whistle-stop tour of what you need to know.
12:00 Buying in France – The legal aspects – Heslop & Platt
This seminar will provide invaluable guidance on the buying process generally and will give practical tips on how to approach a purchase and how to avoid pitfalls which can occur when buying a property in France. It will cover the various stages of a typical purchase, advice on the contract & the various diagnostic surveys, financial aspects & planning issues. It will also feature an explanation of French estate planning and inheritance issues including the EU Succession Regulation often known as Brussels IV.
13:00 Generating an income in France; make your French dream pay for itself – Prestige Property Network
This is an opportunity to find out more about moving full time to France and generating sufficient income to support your new lifestyle, buying a holiday home and making a profit from letting this out commercially or maybe just covering your cost of ownership.
14:00 Taxation and investment in France post Brexit – Kentingtons
An overview of the French personal tax system, how it will affect you, your pensions and investments, on moving to France, post Brexit.
15:00 Where to live in France – Leggett Immobilier
An overview of the French property market throughout the regions, including average house prices and some of the ‘hotspots’ to look out for. French property is seen as a safe haven by investors throughout the world. Find out why and what buyers are currently looking for.