Our report on real estate prices in 2023
In Île-de-France, the market slowdown will intensify
Paris below 10,000 euros per square meter
In Paris, buyers are watching for the passage below the threshold of 10,000 euros
In Hauts-de-Seine, downward pressure on prices is increasing
In Seine-Saint-Denis, houses are still popular
Val-de-Marne hopes to do well
· Around L'Isle-Adam, where can you find cheaper houses?
· In the Yvelines, millstone houses remain “rare and very popular”
In Essonne, why Juvisy-sur-Orge is more popular than Vigneux-sur-Seine
The Seine-et-Marnaise countryside, El Dorado for first-time buyers
In the Oise, housing construction is accelerating to attract residents
Paris, Bordeaux and Lyon, the club of cities where prices have fallen the most
Ah, that's still popular.
For this real estate agent from Houilles (Yvelines), if there is one type of property that defies the current slowdown in the real estate market, it is this one.
These bourgeois houses in old stone, with moldings, parquet and Art Deco tiling, which are mainly found near train stations and city centers in the Paris region, seem to resist both time and crises.
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