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Despite a substantial drop in supply and demand, the cost of property, especially in almost all of the country’s major cities, continues to rise. In France, becoming a homeowner costs 5.4% more than a year ago and a drop in prices is seems unlikely to happen anytime soon.   An increase in real estate prices […]

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According to a study carried out by London-based property developer Essential Living, the French capital is the greenest city in Europe.   Ranking #1 on Essential Living’s Green City Index, Paris is the greenest city in Europe!  Using a weighted ranking system, the Green City Index studied the number of parks, gardens, nature and wildlife […]

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The number of existing housing stock sold in the Paris region has not recovered to its pre-confinement levels. The capital is also affected by a fall in real estate demand, according to Meilleurs Agents. However, this isn’t stopping prices from rising in the capital, and even more so in the inner and outer suburbs.   […]

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Property prices in Paris reached an average of €10,690 per square meter in the second quarter, according to notary data, and are expected to reach €10,860/m² in October.   After “six weeks of total quarantine and a collapse in sales,” when real estate activity in the capital decreased by 32% in comparison to the 2nd […]

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Although real estate sales volumes declined by 39% between March and May when compared to the same period in 2019, real estate activity in Ile-de-France quickly rebounded in the month of May.  It is even 4% higher than the average activity in May over the last 10 years.   After eight weeks of quarantine between […]

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It’s been years since the real estate market for chateaux has generated so much interest. Post-quarantine, this micro-market is fully benefiting from a renewed interest in both the countryside and in vacation homes where owners can work remotely while remaining in proximity to the big city.   It’s a pleasant post-quarantine surprise for luxury real […]

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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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As of March 6, there were 5,814 real estate listings in the capital.  On June 16, however, there were 8,099: an increase of 39%. In certain arrondissements, this jump is even higher.   The number of properties for sale in Paris is skyrocketing, surpassing even pre-lockdown volumes. Hosman, a start-up specializing in real estate sales, […]

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Prices continue to rise and business is up 35% compared to the same period last year, which was already exceptional in terms of sales volumes, notes MeilleursAgents.   What will the second half of 2020 look like for the real estate market in France?  In their latest study, MeilleursAgents has noted that the unprecedented increase […]

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According to real estate agencies throughout France, despite the boom in interest for homes with gardens post-quarantine, there has been no concrete surge in purchases.   A significant proportion of the French population had a hard time in their living space during the lockdown.  20% of the people questioned in a survey carried out by […]

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