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Le Figaro's letter of January 4, 2023


Falling real estate prices, cities turning off lights at night, and a debate over lawsuits against Houellebecq.

Dear readers,

The real estate market had been following a pretty upward trajectory for ten years.

Well, it looks like things are changing.

For the first time in a decade, prices are falling under the weight of rising interest rates, tighter access to credit and pressure on our poor purchasing power.

Le Figaro

of the day - as always of course -, is rich: it tells you about these cities which plunge their inhabitants into darkness after dark and the not necessarily profitable strategy of Élisabeth Borne in terms of pension reform in the face of to unions.

And then, he opens his columns to the debate which agitates France after the complaint lodged by the Great Mosque of Paris against Michel Houellebecq for what he said about Islam and Muslims.

Have a good day!

Louise Darbon

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Real estate prices start to fall

The value of housing in France could fall "by 5% to 7%" in 2023. PHILIPPE HALLE / PackShot -

All good things come to an end.

Thus, after a pretty decade of boiling, the real estate market…

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Source: lefigaro

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