It is a buyer’s market in France right now, with prices still low. Come and discuss your plans with us, whatever your budget.
-- Charles Smallwood, Agence L'Union
(PRWEB UK) 8 April 2013
France remains the number one choice for British people buying property abroad, according to the recent overseas property hotspots report collated by overseas mortgage specialist, Conti. It is hard not to see why the British appetite for French Living is still going strong - with the great climate, the wonderful food and wine and relaxed pace of life that it has to offer.
The French Property Exhibition on 17th and 18th May at Wetherby Racecourse and Conference Centre is a one-stop shop for anyone considering buying a property across the Channel. It is the perfect place to go for information and inspiration, and visitors will be surprised at how affordable it can be.
The event is organised by Archant Lifestyle, leading publisher of magazines about France – French Property News, Living France and France Magazine and the website France Property Shop. They have a wealth of experience in the property sector, having run property exhibitions for over 20 years in the UK.
The free seminar programme runs all day giving visitors invaluable information on all aspects of the buying process; from health and pensions to tax and mortgages. Visitors have the chance to browse from an extensive range of properties for sale and meet property experts, as well as legal and financial advisors.
Anyone who’s ever dreamt of a French pied-à-terre will want to make the most of this opportunity to meet face-to-face with the experts. Charles Smallwood, who runs Agence L’Union estate agency in the Midi-Pyrénées, will be exhibiting at the show. “It is a buyer’s market in France right now, with prices still low. Come and discuss your plans with us, whatever your budget,” he says.
To find out more about the current bargains available in France and how to make the dream a reality, visiting the French property Exhibition in Wetherby is a must. For more information and to register for free tickets, click here.