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Request a free introduction to a French mortgage broker

If you are looking to buy a property in France and need to secure a French mortgage, we can introduce you to a French mortgage broker who will have access to exclusive French mortgages.

Simply fill in the short form below to give us a better understanding of your circumstances and the help you may need. We’ll use this information to connect you to the most suitable French mortgage broker in our network.

Helping you find the best French mortgage.

  • Your situation
  • Mortgage details
  • Contact details
  • Request completed

Enter details about the property you are seeking a mortgage for

Request a free introduction to a French mortgage broker - specialist advice

Perfect for anybody that is

  • Buying a home in France
  • Purchasing a French holiday home
  • Investing in French property
  • Remortgaging an existing French property
Request a free introduction to a French mortgage broker - what you get

Our hand-picked mortgage brokers are

  • Regulated by the required authorities
  • Independent, not tied to any single provider
  • Access to many mortgage providers in France
  • Are experts in French property market
Request a free introduction to a French mortgage broker - trusted advice

The selected broker will

  • Conduct a free introductory consultation
  • Provide a fact-find questionnaire
  • Present the most suitable mortgage options
  • Offer support during the mortgage application

Additional services following the initial discussion.

Once your introduction has been made, the selected partner will contact you to arrange an initial discussion and may ask additional questions to establish your situation. The discussion will last around 15 minutes and be conducted via phone or email and will provide you with general guidance and answer basic questions relating to your situation.

Following your initial discussion, if you feel you need formal advice or services the specialist will explain all potential charges and services so that you can decide whether to proceed based on what works for you.

There is no sales push and you are under no obligation to follow up with any paid services if you feel they are not required.

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Testimonials

What expats say about our experts

The service was excellent. The work I needed done was complicated and beyond me. It was completed over the weekend before Christmas, and I received the first rebate from HMRC on Jan 2nd. I cannot recommend the consultant too highly!

Peter B.

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A very knowledgeable consultant gave me a thorough explanation of the issues involved, which was extremely helpful.

Warren B.

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Excellent service from start to finish. Would definitely recommend.

Nick S.

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I would just like to thank you very much for putting me in touch with a specialist in your network. He was an enormous help to me and seemed to have a good understanding of my situation and was able to address my questions very adeptly and very quickly. I spoke with him last week and it was really helpful, as was his follow-up email.

Patricia M.

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