Can we help? Yes, we can!
We timed a recent trip to the UK to meet up with some of our business partners involved in helping people move home to or from France.
We understand the concerns of many of our clients considering a property purchase in France in these somewhat uncertain times, and so either side of a nice lunch in civilised surroundings, with a polo match being hotly contested in the background, we discussed what more we can do to make it a properly considered decision.
You may contact any of these companies directly.
We'd be delighted if you mentioned Beaux Villages.
Smart Currency Exchange have been saving us and our clients money for over 10 years. Currency exchange is all about understanding and protecting your budget, whether you are buying or selling. Your bank probably wont do that.
Click here for for a call back at your convenience and a free, no pressure no obligation, quote.
France Buying Guide offers a wealth of practical advice for those researching life abroad. Good friends to many of our clients.
Responsible Life offer expertise in equity release - a good option for those considering a foothold in France but retaining property in the UK. It's always nice to have a 'quick chat' with a non-judgemental expert, rather than a meeting with a bank manager. Call 0800 652 29 55 for your chat with the experts.
Blevins Franks have long been advising their clients with regard to prudent financial decisions around tax and wealth management. Nice approachable people.
Dreamstones will give free costings for property projects before the purchase is committed to.
And, if you choose, a total managed planning and construction service from start to end. French experts, fluent English, customer focused.
See our website for other support and advice from partners who were not at Hurlingham Park. Go to the BVI Network page.
At the start of a game of polo, one player from each side charges head down at high speed directly at his opponent, who is doing the same thing from the other direction. If they don't actually collide, one of them come away with the ball, and the contest begins.
It seems a bit crazy, but it's only a game.
Thank heavens the politicians don't act like that!