The difference of prices in Paris property market, particularly in prestige range, is increasing compared to London. This phenomenon encourages the buying process in the French capital, where the offer is growing too, according to a study made by the Colwell Banker network.
According to professionals, this year’s old dwelling prices in France should continue to slowly reduce, after three consecutive years of decrease.
Do you have the dream to buy a stone house in the French countryside or a modern villa on the French Riviera? This is the right time to buy in French property: prices having fallen everywhere in France. We have updated our property price guides on Sextant’s website using the latest data from the French […]
Interest rates have fallen by 38 basis points from the beginning of the year, for the new-build housing market (2.67 % now compared to 3.08 % in December 2013), the existing housing market (2.69 % now and 3.08 % in December) and also the renovation work market (2.73 % and 3.12 % in December). This […]
Only a month after the increase in transfer duties(taxes collected by a notary on behalf of the French State during the registration of a property sale)in some departments, a new reform to reduce the notary fees is being considered by the French Council of Ministers. The government’s aim is to reduce property acquisition costs in […]
It has been the tendency for the last six months; properties’ prices in Paris has known a continuous decrease. For anyone who has always wishes to have a nice property in the French Capital City, today is the day to seize the opportunity and to invest in Paris as prices are at their lower levels […]
2014: A healthy year for the French property industry The property industry has known rough days over the last seven years; the International financial and economic crises have damaged the worldwide property market. The year 2014 is currently foreseen as an opportune year within the property industry, especially for the French market if we compare […]
The second home market experienced turmoil earlier, but it now seems to have regained footing as a drop in prices offers real opportunities for buyers.
Standard & Poor’s saw it coming ; in the beginning of the year 2013,
Since January 2012, rents in France have increased on average by 2.4%, which is higher than inflation!