Expert Insight, Breaking News, and Insider Stories on Real Estate in Paris
A yearly ranking of office property markets in 100 European cities puts Paris in second place behind London, in keeping with results for 2014. Eight other French cities also make the cut. Published last month, the results are part of an annual research report undertaken by investment management company LaSalle. The E-REGI (European Regional Economic […]
A new study surveying prime real estate in 15 major international cities reveals that Paris offers one of the most attractive tax regimes for foreign investors. British estate agent Knight Frank recently published their Global Tax Report in partnership with Ernst & Young (EY), assessing the impact of tax and property costs for foreign investors […]
Bright 2 bedroom / 1 bath 83 m2 apartment in Paris, located between in the heart of the 6th arrondissement, with the Seine river and all the charming streets of Saint Germain des Pres at its doorstep. Offered at 1,200,000 agency fees included.
With buyers returning to the market — thanks, in part, to interest rates on property loans reaching record lows — real estate professionals report being more optimistic about the future of the property sector. A report published on 21st September quantifies this renewed optimism. The survey, commissioned by the Crédit Foncier and the CSA, reveals […]
Located on the Place des Vosges and perched high atop the historic royal compound, this fully renovated, two bedroom, one bath duplex apartment occupies the top two floors and offers lovely views over a quiet, private courtyard garden to one side and on the other side overlooks a gorgeous private mansion Colbert de Villacerf on […]
The time frame to decide whether to go forward with buying a property in France after signing a promesse de vente, or preliminary contract, has been extended from 7 to 10 days under the Loi Macron. As of August 8th, residential real estate buyers in France will have 10 days after signing the initial purchase agreement to […]
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 […]
With new rent control laws in effect in the capital since August 1st, Paris property owners contest the regulation while landlords in the North of France fight hard against similar legislation passing in Lille. While 8 out of 10 people in France approve of the rent caps according to a poll led by opinion and market […]
Routinely included in real estate deals in the United States, title insurance has only recently emerged in France, and only under limited circumstances.
Sales volumes are up, but prices have continued their gradual decline. Prices should stabilize in the near term due to the strong market typical in Paris during the summer months. Figures provided by the Paris Notaires reveal that the Parisian real estate market has been slightly more active in recent months, especially in the Grand Couronne, which […]