Expert Insight, Breaking News, and Insider Stories on Real Estate in Paris
Recently the Wall Street Journal published an article about the storm of perfect conditions leading American buyers to scoop up that pied-a-terre they’ve been dreaming of for years. Mortgage interest rates in France are below 2%, allowing excellent opportunities to leverage funds; the dollar is at close to a historic high against the euro; and […]
It’s not news that property prices in Paris are on the rise, with the average price per square meter in more than half of Paris’ 20 arrondissements exceeding €10,000. It is interesting to note, however, that price disparities exist between the small boroughs located within each arrondissement. In this article, we zoom in on the […]
In the current issue of International Banker magazine: Paris Property Group’s Miranda Bothe gives her insights into the eternal draw of Paris and why savvy investors view it as an affordable luxury that provides lasting value. Affordable luxury in the City of Lights Paris is the perfect location for a European pied-à-terre: centrally located as a […]
The measure discussed earlier in the year will enter into force on December 1. Anyone wishing to rent their Paris apartment on short-term rental site Airbnb will have to register with local authorities to do so.
The French know that there is something special about the 16th arrondissement. Elegant and leafy, with abundant park space, the 16th is home to wealthy and aristocratic Parisians. Ideally located near Place des États-Unis, this sensitively renovated 204 m2 (2196 sq ft.) 4th floor property (with elevator) offers classic French charm with a modern twist. […]
A rainy spring and labor strikes are not expected to have a lasting negative impact on Paris’ property market as the country’s economy continues to grow and foreign buyers are drawn by favorable currency exchange rates. The French capital suffered a fairly turbulent month in May. Not only did strikes, blockades and fuel shortages cause […]
Since 2012, property prices in Dijon and its periphery have fallen slowly but steadily. However, houses and apartments in the historic city center remain expensive and sought after. For the past three years, prices have fallen slightly but steadily in Dijon and its periphery. Between 2014 and 2015, apartment prices decreased by 4.5% to stand […]
The high-end real estate market in France may profit from the uncertainty of Britain remaining in the European Union, predicts real estate network Coldwell Banker. The political and economic uncertainties linked to Britain’s potential exit (Brexit) from the European Union may benefit French luxury property, according to luxury real estate agency Coldwell Banker.