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Bricks abroad

Bricks abroad

House prices may have reached pre-crash levels in some parts of the UK, but that is definitely not the case in France or Spain. In fact, house prices in France fell by an average of 1.5 per cent in 2014, and only one ‘hotspot’ – Languedoc – recorded an increase in values last year, by a meagre 1 per cent. So, is now the time for UK residents to take advantage, whether by buying somewhere to live or to rent out?

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