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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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When investing in new rental property, choosing the right location is key. A recent study reveals the top locations to buy freshly built real estate in 2016 in France. As is shown by the steady recovery of the new build sector, the Pinel law has proven to be a success. The legislation, which came into […]

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Lille’s city center continues to fare well thanks to Parisians and rental investors, while falling property prices everywhere else allow buyers to dictate the rules. The Lillois real estate market has generally suffered from the housing slump, with the number of transactions stagnating in the metropolis. The capital of the Nord-Pas de Calais region has […]

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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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As the International Climate Summit ends in Paris, chair country France’s efforts to green its property sector in order to fight climate change pay off. The country scores highly in a new ranking on real estate sustainability. France recently chaired the latest edition of the United Nations Climate Conference. With sustainability now a main requirement […]

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I’m planning to sell my Paris apartment, which I bought in mid-2007. The deed of sale had a number of diagnostic reports attached. Which of these do I have to have redone, what paperwork do I need to supply and who pays for it all – me or the buyer?

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