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French real estate sector recovery to intensify ➤ Paris Property Group

The French real estate sector’s renewed activity is set to continue into this year. Olivier Eluère, economist at the Crédit Agricole explains its recovery’s positive influence on the country’s economy. After a lengthy housing slump the property sector is doing well again while the construction industry has also recovered, stabilizing in 2015 after seven years […]

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Historic French villa to be sold in business sell

Spirits company acquisition could see luxury villa worth 300 million euros also change hands. The sale of the famed Grand Marnier liquor to Gruppo Campari would include the historic Les Cèdres villa in Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat. Family business Grand Marnier may soon be bought by Italian spirits company Gruppo Campari. If the transaction goes ahead, […]

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2015 property prices in France fell - with exceptions • Paris Property Group

The year 2015 saw French real estate recover, with sales volumes reaching those of the boom years. While prices dropped steadily across most of the country, they soared in Paris, Lyon and Bordeaux, among a few others. Last Spring, the real estate market in France began a steady recovery, which it sustained throughout 2015. The […]

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Sales are increasing slightly in Nancy, while property prices continue their fall. The real estate sector had been declining since 2008 despite some geographical exceptions. Smaller property in the city center remains pricey and sought after. Nancy’s real estate sector has not yet recovered its pre-economic crisis performance, but the number of transactions in the […]

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After four slow years, Nîmes real estate is steadily recovering. The city center is attracting first time buyers and rental investors once again, however, villas on the outskirts of town are still struggling to find buyers. The property market in Nîmes is slowly returning to form after suffering from low sales volumes since 2011. In […]

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Strasbourg’s real estate is recovering this year after sales volumes hitting record lows in 2014. Stable prices and low interest rates are attracting property buyers once again. Sales have picked up since the beginning of 2015 in the capital of the Alsace region, with property purchases increasing especially in the city center and close periphery, where […]

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World's most expensive private residence near Paris sold for 275 million Euros • Paris Property Group

A lavish château located in the Yvelines department in the Parisian suburbs has just sold for 275 million euros, making it the most expensive private residence in the world. An extravagant private manor completed in 2011 in a 17th century style recently sold for the outstanding amount of 275 million euros, the equivalent of 300 […]

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Sales volumes are increasing and prices are stabilizing in Nantes and its immediate periphery. The city center remains attractive to investors and houses in the near suburbs enjoy renewed interest from buyers searching for first or second homes. After a relatively bleak performance in 2014, Nantes property market is currently imbued with cautious optimism once again. […]

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Falling real estate prices in La Rochelle have led to a slight swell in sales volumes in the center and around the city’s parks. Nonetheless, the Rochelais market has still not recovered its high performance of 2012. Suffering from a drop in real estate transactions the past three years, La Rochelle’s property sector has been […]

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The difference between the price a property is advertised for and the final transaction amount remains at an all time low of 4.5% since October, new study finds. The Orpi real estate network recently published a price gap barometer in conjunction with Le Figaro and Explorimmo. It revealed that after months of continuous decline, the […]

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