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The Avenue des Champs-Elysées is the most expensive location in Europe for retail rental values, and the 6th most expensive world-wide, according to a new report.
This week, the US dollar rose to a nine year high against the Euro. One euro is currently worth about $1.19, compared to a low of around $1.58 in April 2008. This time last year, the rate was $1.36 to the euro.
According to a new property price index, real estate prices in Paris increased by almost 1% over the three months to September 2014.
Mortgage interest rates that French banks offered to individual property buyers continued to fall during September, according to a new study.
French weekly l’Express recently published its annual run-down of property prices in Paris, having questioned realtors in each arrondissement (district) to get their view of market trends. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th arrondissements – properties with flaws selling more slowly In the heart of Paris, foreigners are still seeking a pied-à-terre, but have become more […]
According to recent figures, real estate prices in Paris have continued to hold up and the number of transactions has increased during the 2nd quarter of 2014. The representative body of the officials who handle property transactions, Notaires de Paris-Ile-de-France, issues a quarterly roundup of property prices. These figures show that prices remained stable in […]
A new French residential property price index is to be launched in September 2014. Its creator is Michel Mouillart, a professor of economics at a Paris university and director of the Housing Credit Observatory. He claims that it will provide more up to date information than existing data.
The Notaires de France (officials who handle property transactions) indicate that French property prices were stable at the end of May. In advance of their quarterly analysis for the 2nd quarter of 2014, the notaires’ bulletin shows that prices in Paris saw a slight decline of 0.2% between February and May. As ever, these figures […]
This extraordinary property provides breathtaking views of the Eiffel Tower from the apartment itself as well as from its private rooftop terrace. It is located on the right bank, a short walk from the Seine and the Trocadero gardens.
Property pundits have noted that prices have started to increase again in certain regions of France, particularly in Paris, during the early summer.