After years of euphoria, the decline in real estate prices is settling in the French landscape. Over one year, they fell by more than 2% in Paris, but also in Lyon, Nantes and Toulouse, according to the National Real Estate Federation. On the other hand, the Mediterranean, Brittany, the Centre-West or some departments around the Loire are doing better than resisting, with price increases of more than 6% over one year! This is where demand is highest and goods are often scarce. It is in La Rochelle (+9.2%), Bourges (+8.7%) and Niort (+7.5%) that prices have increased the most in a year, according to the Guy Hoquet network, which has screened fifty cities. "It is the houses (+8.1%) and the South and South-West regions that are driving the market upwards," says Stéphane Fritz, president of Guy Hoquet L'Immobilier. "Resorts and ski resorts, which had seen their prices rise in dancer in 2021 and 2022, resist but see their prices ...
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