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The Paris real estate market has quickly recovered after an uncertain first half due to coronavirus.    Sales numbers The first few months of 2020 heralded an exceptional year for Paris real estate, especially after the momentum of 2019 with a record 1.07 million sales.  At the end of April, however, with the coronavirus, the […]

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No need to go to Brittany or the Basque Coast to feel like you’re on holiday this summer.Head instead of the banks of the Seine or the Bassin the la Villette, and climb aboard one of Paris’s floating péniches.  These docked barges are a summer staple in the capital, each offering their own unique brand […]

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While the 18th is still one of the most affordable arrondissements in the capital, real estate prices have risen by more than 34% in just five years.   Eclectic.  This is the word most often used to describe the 18th arrondissement, both in terms of its population and its real estate prices. “It’s hard to […]

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Although Paris luxury real estate transactions were at a standstill during quarantine, the market is picking up right where it left off, with both buyers and sellers now back in full force. Only a few days after quarantine is lifted, and already buyers and sellers are back at it, at least in the luxury real […]

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Will coronavirus have an impact on real estate prices and mortgage rates in France? Several real estate experts from some of France’s most well-known agencies shed light on the current situation.   While 2019 ended with a bang for the real estate industry, with transaction volumes exceeding one million, and 2020 started off with an […]

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If we can’t visit museums, why not take advantage of the opportunity to (re)discover Paris art galleries that have reopened their doors?  From art to design and photography, AD magazine has narrowed down 10 temporary gallery exhibits that are worth a visit in the capital.   Foule sentimentale This exhibit devoted to crowds, the world, […]

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After a slow two months during quarantine, the real estate sector is starting to show signs of recovery.  But is this merely the catch-up effect or is it lasting recovery?  The Paris Chamber of Notaries reports…   For Thierry Delesalle, spokesperson of the Paris Chamber of Notaries, it is still too early to comment on […]

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Old-world charm, narrow cobblestoned streets, large flowered gardens, artists’ villages… With May 11th fast approaching, set off to discover the lush greenery and unparalleled charm of these idyllic French villages, less than 100 km from Paris. 1) Le village de Moret sur Loing  Welcome to the medieval village of Moret sur Loing in Seine et […]

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Henry Buzy-Cazaux, President of the Institute of Real Estate Services Management, comments on the large-scale adoption of digital tools by real estate professionals in France, especially considering how reluctant many were to make the leap just a couple of months ago…   Covid-19, by forcing us into lockdown, has deprived us of social interaction. It […]

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Candidates in this year’s municipal elections aren’t only running for mayor, they’re also racing to find the best ways to free the capital from the congestion and pollution of its vehicles.  Anne Hidalgo has even presented a plan to make Paris a “100% bikeable city,” much like Amsterdam or Copenhagen. But is the capital built […]

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