Who would've believed that?
The Covid-19 pandemic has paralyzed the country and disrupted the lives of millions of French people, but it has also given a huge boost to the sales of houses and apartments.
In 2021, we should reach 1.2 million sales at the end of December, according to projections from the real estate appraisal site Meilleuragents.com.
An absolute record.
Real estate prices continue to rise, but no longer for the same properties
How to explain it?
The desire for a garden, terrace, or additional square meters resulting from confinements has boosted the real estate market like never before
“We experienced a cataclysm two years ago with the arrival of the Covid.
It changed the way the French looked at their home, ”
underlines Christine Fumagalli, patron of the Orpi network.
These new desires have boosted the market for houses and apartments with terraces.
It's a flea market phenomenon.
A household sells a 90m2 and buys 5 kilometers further, with 20 m2 more, a terrace or a garden ”,
explains Laurent Vimont, at the head of Century 21. And this phenomenon
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