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France property market “still popular” with expats

Expat Medical Insurance News: France & Spain ‘still popular’

Property markets in France and Spain will grow in the months ahead, supported by the continued interest from expats and second-home buyers, according to Property Frontiers.

Christopher Chadd, the company’s head of research, said the ease of travelling to and from both countries makes them ideal for those buying a holiday home.

However, he added that expats and other property investors will need to research foreign exchange fluctuations carefully in order to make the most of their money.

“As investors become ever more sophisticated and currency fluctuations more and more volatile, we are seeing a large number of investors looking for advice on currency play,” Mr Chadd said.

His comments followed research from Primelocation earlier this month which revealed that Spain overtook France as the most popular property market in November, ending the latter’s year-long reign as the most searched-for market on the site.

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  1. December 30th, 2009 at 20:03 | #1

    If I moved abroad, I would move with Medicare and Tri-care For Life.
    Are many expat Americans living in France? Is there a summary somewhere?

  2. December 30th, 2009 at 20:08 | #2

    Also, there is a program that appears frequently on cable in the US,…. what’s it called… Home Search International… or something to that effect. The wife and I record all the programs and watch them at our convenience. The program is about people moving from one country to another, and their search for homes. They narrow the search to 3 homes, then show the audience the 3 homes. Then they choose one, and buy it.
    It is very educational to anyone interested in living abroad.

  3. December 30th, 2009 at 20:08 | #3

    That program is ‘House Hunters International’… finally remembered it….

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