Expert Insight, Breaking News, and Insider Stories on Real Estate in Paris
To buy or not to buy? A new study offers a detailed response to a common deliberation by calculating the number of years required to recover the cost of acquiring one’s home. The study focuses on 37 of the largest cities in France. A new study published on 14th September by mortgage broker Meilleurtaux.com has […]
After several months of decline, prices are becoming stable in some sectors of real estate in Normandy. Professionals note the combined effect of favorable borrowing conditions for buyers and sellers becoming more reasonable in setting their prices. The Norman property market is back in business, with prices stabilizing slowly but steadily. In recent years, the […]
After a summer rich in reforms, important laws have come into force affecting property transactions in France. From rent caps and lease contracts to furniture lists and codes of ethics, here are the seven major changes to be aware of in French real estate for Fall 2015.
Housing Ministry passes a decree amending the Loi Alur, aimed at reducing the paperwork and cost of selling an apartment in Paris. On August 26th, Minister of Housing Sylvia Pinel presented a new measure to the Council of Ministers to amend certain provisions of the Loi Alur and thus facilitate real estate transactions on Parisian apartments. Garnering […]
Property in Saint-Tropez has become even pricier than Paris. Wealthy buyers are once again purchasing houses in the chic seaside resort, paying up to 30,000 euros per square meter for a villa by the sea. With its crisis years behind it, Saint-Tropez can now boast of being the most expensive town in France. Real estate […]