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Issue 178: 04 October 2016

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Welcome to the latest issue of the French Property Newsletter.

Inside you will find practical information and advice on French property ownership, visiting France and living in France.

We are always interested in hearing from you, as your experiences and queries make a significant contribution to our own knowledge and understanding.

David Yeates

House Prices in France Second Quarter 2016
The notaires report that house prices outside of Paris fell by an average of 0.4% in the second quarter of the year, although sales reached their highest level since 2012. read full article...
Business Accounting for Micro-Entrepreneurs
Business owners in France who adopt micro-entrepreneur tax status benefit from minimal statutory accounting obligations. read full article...
French Income Tax Reductions for 2016/17
With a presidential election due next year, the French government have raided the larder to announce some income tax reductions for 2017. read full article...
Right to Challenge Planning Consents
In recent years the right to challenge a planning consent in France has been substantially reduced by the need to demonstrate that a clear prejudice would be suffered by the development. read full article...
Notaire Fees and Taxes Explained
Most notaire fees are regulated on the basis of a fixed percentage rate or sum, but in other cases they are freely negotiable. read full article...
French Property Sales by Candlelight
The 'ventes à la bougie' are auction sales organised by the notaires, open to all, and potentially offering a substantial discount on the open market value of properties offered for sale. read full article...
Guide to School Education in France
We have recently updated our popular guide to the French school education system. read full article...
Sterling Exceeds Expectations in September
The UK may have voted to leave the EU, but official figures for September did not reflect the immediate and significant economic impact that was predicted, writes Ben Scott. read full article...
S1 Health Cover or French Pension?
Retiring expatriate business owners in France may have to make the choice of either taking S1 health cover from their country of origin or their French pension. read full article...
Buyer Cannot Alter Mortgage Demand
A buyer seeking to rely on a mortgage rate lower than that stated in the sale and purchase contract risks losing their deposit. read full article...
Local Property Rates in France 2016
Local rates bills have remained broadly stable again this year compared to 2015, with the average amount payable by each household around €2,000. read full article...

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