Expert Insight, Breaking News, and Insider Stories on Real Estate in Paris
One hot topic following the election of President François Hollande is his plan to impose rent controls on French apartments.
The last ten years have seen tremendous market growth in Paris, both in commercial and residential real estate. At the nadir of the market turmoil in 2008-2009, the greatest impact on Paris real estate
Located on the first floor (American 2nd) of a charming 18th century building in Marais style, this 807 square foot 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartment features a private terrace on a secluded courtyard. Nestled in the heart of the historic Marais, just a stone’s throw from the magnificent Place de Vosges, the apartment at rue Malher is […]
Paris is the sixth-most-favoured market overall, and its retail, office, and hotel sectors are highly rated by investors looking for acquisitions. Investors reported that Paris and London offered the best opportunities in 2012. “The market has scale, liquidity, a reasonably protected legal framework, and a diverse range of tenants.”
Purchase taxes on Paris apartments often give buyers pause; but how does Paris really stack up to other major real estate markets?
A residential development on the banks of the Seine offers Marais lovers a change from historical apartments.
With François Hollande as President, the first Socialist President elected since Mitterand, many are wondering how this will affect property values and taxes, as well as what other changes might be in store.
Take a look at these interesting numbers that break down from which countries international buyers are coming:
The higher rate of capital gains tax imposed on those who live outside of Europe’s borders is coming under important legal scrutiny. Non-resident owners of French property are liable for capital gains tax in France upon sale. They may also be liable in their home country, but in most cases bilateral tax treaties will France […]